Indian Lament Old Hosteen Yazzie

Indian Lament Old Hosteen Yazzie Native Americana Poems


Stock #: 42623
Type: Postcard
Era: Linen
Publisher: Lollesgard Specialty Co.
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)
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Wife he die, I so sad. My o' hoss Done gone bad. Buy ol' Ford No good too - Ride and push No can do. White man banker No can trust, Take it monies - Bank go bust. Republican, Stock-market hogs, Run it country To the dogs. Democrat, He big money man, Big money man Republican. No more money man By damn - I done vote For Uncle Sam. Old Hosteen Yazzie - Age 110 yrs. Old Hosteen Yazzie was one of the last Navajo Indians to surrender to the Army Scout, Kit Carso, and the U. S. Soldiers. He has been a familiar figure throughout the Southwest. His "Lament" gives an idea how one difficult it is for him to understand "White Man's Ways". He is past 110 years of age.
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