They want him to protect the village
They don't think he will be of any use
They want him to attack the soldiers from behind
In a week
In a month
The Navahos call the soldiers "Long Knives" because of the type of horses they use.
The Navahos call the soldiers "Long Knives" because they carry swords.
The Navahos call the soldiers "Long Knives" because they carry many weapons.
They plan on giving up, so no more Indians will die.
They plan to stay and fight the white soldiers for their village.
They plan to leave the area instead of fighting the white men.
He needs strong young men to carry the weak elders to the high country.
He needs strong young men to help everyone get to the high country safely and quickly.
He is afraid if they stay they will be shot by the white soldiers.
The Navahos drive their sheep and goats into a secret canyon where they can graze.
The Navahos slaughter their sheep and goats so that the white soldiers can't have them.
The Navahos keep their sheep and goats in their pens, hoping that the soldiers will leave them alone.
They use the branches to build shelter.
They pick the peaches.
They chop off the branches and strip away the bark.
He misses because he cannot use his right hand.
He misses because the lance is too heavy for him.
He misses because a bear scared him while he was throwing it.
Starve the Navahos out
Build a village of their own
Start a war with the Navahos
What life is like in the winter and the summer
Where the Long Knives came from and where they would return to
What life would be like before and after the coming of the Long Knives
A traditional Navaho house
A steep canyon wall
A winding riverbed
Are no longer free
Do not have to hide
Are welcome to leave
Is full of life
Is hard to find
Tired from work
Thankful for a gift
Safe from harm