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Choosing a good topic for the historical research of any period causes a lot of headaches for students and this is nor because they lack creativity. For the most part, they are struggling with coming up with the topic that will be both relevant to what one studies plus be interesting enough to work on. A lot of interesting historical topics one can write about usually revolve around very controversial issues that can be logically explained by representatives of both sides of the argument. Your task here is to explain the conditions under which they are now perceived controversial, what helped them to take place, and the causative-consecutive relations of this event to many others.
A Century of Federal Indifference Left Generations of Navajo Homes Without Running Water
We have reported in the past the objections by Navajo officials to a proposal going through the Colorado Legislature that would force Indian students to start paying tuition when they attend Fort Lewis College. This got a lot of coverage in the Navajo Times back in The paper ran more than a dozen articles on the subject, most of them making the front page.
When Julie Badonie was growing up in the small Navajo community of Tohatchi in the s, her father drove a horse-drawn wagon early each morning to a nearby spring. There, he filled wooden barrels with water the family would use that day to drink, cook, and wash. Badonie, the youngest of seven children, including brothers who fought in World War II and the Korean War, or one of her siblings would go along.