4 edition of Navajo Army Depot found in the catalog.
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office in Washington
Written in English
|LC Classifications||KF27 .I5365 1992o|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 190 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||94131210|
"Westerlund, in his highly readable and though-provoking new book, makes the case for the coming of the Navajo Ordnance Depot as the turning point in modern Flagstaff's history For anyone seeking to understand Flagstaff since World War II, it is a must read—and, thankfully, a highly enjoyable one."—Arizona Daily SunBrand: University of Arizona Press. Frank McNitt, Navajo Wars, Military Campaigns, Slave Raids and Reprisals, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, –The Indian Traders, University of Oklahoma Press, George Wharton James, Indian Blankets and Their Makers -The Navaho, Rio Grande Classic Reprint, Glorieta, New Mexico,
Service office was temporarily located in the army barracks, while a new office was constructed. On J , the office officially moved to its current location on the Camp Navajo Army Depot. An automated weather station (ASOS) remains at the Flagstaff Municipal Airport recording the official observations for Flagstaff. The Fort Wingate Army Depot, located 7 miles east of Gallup, sits among the red rocks along U.S. Interst next to the reservations of the Navajo Nation and the Zuni Pueblo Tribe in New Mexico.
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John Westerlund served for 26 years as a U.S. Army field artillery officer. His book, "Arizona's War Town: Flagstaff, Navajo Ordnance Depot and World War II" details the drastic changes the war Author: Roger Naylor.
Camp Navajo was originally opened in in Bellemont, was originally designated Navajo Ordnance Depot, and its primary use was the storage of ammunition used in the Pacific Theater of World War II.
It was renamed Navajo Army Depot inchanged to Navajo Depot Activity inand then changed in to its current name. In the Department of Defense transferred all. "Westerlund, in his highly readable and though-provoking new book, makes the case for the coming of the Navajo Ordnance Depot as the turning point in modern Flagstaff's history For anyone seeking to understand Flagstaff since World War II, it is a must read—and, thankfully, a Navajo Army Depot book enjoyable one."—.
Camp Navajo was originally established as Navajo Ordnance Depot in Total construction of the facility was completed in less than one year and included, ammunition storage igloos, 50 administrative buildings, miles of road, 38 miles of railroad track and completed utility distribution and collection systems.
Books shelved as navajo: Dance Hall of the Dead by Tony Hillerman, The Ghostway by Tony Hillerman, Skinwalkers by Tony Hillerman, The Shape Shifter by To. The Navajo Depot Activity (NADA), designated Camp Navajo as of Septemberis located in Bellemont, in north-central Arizona.
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He also spotlights the cultural change for the thousands of Navajo and Hopi employees, who had to adjust to life off the reservation.
The book gives an important insight into that special time in American history. And it notes the depot continues to this day, now used as a training facility by the Arizona Army National Guard.
Few American towns went untouched by World War II, even those in remote corners of the country. During that era, the federal government forever changed the lives of many northern Arizona citizens with the construction of the U.S.
Army ordnance depot at Bellemont, ten miles west of Flagstaff. John Westerlund now tells how this linchpin in the war effort marked a turning point in Flagstaff's. Long Description: Camp Navajo Website Global Security Website ROCKETS TO RECORDS, CP NAVAJO CAN STORE IT () Established in by the War Department, Camp Navajo was born during World War II as Navajo Ordnance Depot, a Federal munitions supply depot providing for the receipt, handling, storage, maintenance, issue and disposal of assigned commodities, primarily of.
Census records for the Navajo Tribe, according to an obituary printed in the Navajo Times on Jan. 10,show that King enlisted as an Indian scout on Jat Fort Wingate, N.M. The village was named Bellemont.
The post office opened in and adopted the name of the station. Route 66 was aligned along the National Old Trail in this area in and was paved by During World War II, the U.S. Army established the Navajo Ordnance Depot to stockpile ammunition for the war in the Pacific against Japan.
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The acre ( square miles) site sits directly southeast of the Capital City Airport and south of the Riverview Golf. Depot, Army honor Native American Indians Col. Nathele Anderson is among the Army's first members from the Navajo tribe.
so well that he was listed in the Guinness Book of World. Own a piece of history. "Apo" our hardcover book about the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, has been released. Order for $ The story of the place is well-captured in the book “Arizona’s War Town Flagstaff, Navajo Ordnance Depot, and World War II,” written by Flagstaff historian John Westerlund.
The army rushed the $17 million project to completion, and several thousand Navajo and Hopi construction workers stayed to run the struggling new depot, the key storage facility for the Port of.He was a career Army officer serving four overseas tours.
He was a seasonal National Park Service ranger for 11 summers with the Flagstaff Area National Monuments. His book Arizona’s War Town: Flagstaff, Navajo Ordnance Depot, and World War II won several awards for preservation of.
This is the setting for Dr. John Westerlunds book, Arizonas War Town: Flagstaff, Navajo Ordnance Depot, and World War II. The book has won numerous awards for its role in preserving Just ten miles west of Flagstaff in the small town of Bellemont thre is an old World War II era ordnance depot that is now run by the Arizona National Guard/5.