This is a small, bound notebook containing handwritten Navajo words arranged alphabetically with English equivalents, recorded
by L. R. Paxton, possibly in the early 1880s. L. R. Paxton was a trader in northern Arizona in the early 1880s. His daughter
is Mrs. E. J. (Laura Paxton) Davies.
L. R. Paxton was a trader in northern Arizona in the early 1880s. His daughter is Mrs. E. J. (Laura Paxton) Davies.
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