The Navajo tribe's forced march from their homeland to Fort Sumner
by white soldiers and settlers is dramatically and courageously
told by young Bright Morning.
The Spanish Slavers were an ever-present threat to the Navaho way
of life. One lovely spring day, fourteen-year-old Bright Morning
and her friend Running Bird took their sheep to pasture. The sky
was clear blue against the red buttes of the Canyon de Chelly, and
the fields and orchards of the Navahos promised a rich harvest.
Bright Morning was happy as she gazed across the beautiful valley
that was the home of her tribe. She turned when Black Dog barked,
and it was then that she saw the Spanish slavers riding straight
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