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I purchased a book written about Navajo Code-talkers when I was visiting Albuquerque N.M. Outside the bookstore 13 of these dedicated men sat at a row of tables, they were signing the book written about them and using all donated monies+book profits to send needy Navajo children to school. Younger Navajo women were attending to them as if they were royalty.

These men were very unassuming and quiet, however they made a profound and lasting impression on me. I can read about and see pictures of them in the book, and I can still visualize them sitting in a row signing books and briefly speaking with the books owner.

May their memory live forever!

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