Manataka American Indian Council
20th Century Warriors: Introduction
Navajo Code Talker Fact Sheet
Navajo Code Talker Dictionary
Indian Medal of Honor Winners
Navajo Code Talkers in World War II: A Bibliography
Navajo Code Talker Dictionary
American Indians and World War II: Toward a New Era in Indian Affairs
By Alison R. Bernstein
Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1991. Paperback
Winds of Freedom: The Story of the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II
By Margaret T. Bixler
Darien, CT: Two Bytes Pub. Co., 1992 Paperback
Crossing the Pond: The Native American Effort in World War II
by Jere Bishop Franco
Denton TX: University of North Texas Press, 1999 Hardcover
The Native American Almanac: A Portrait of Native America Today
Arlene Hirschfelder & Martha Kreipe de Montano New York: Prentice Hall, 1993 Paperback
New York: Macmillan, 1967 Hardcover
Warriors: Navajo Code Talkers
Historical and contemporary photos from cover to cover including the first-hand testaments of the 75 surviving Navajo code talkers. 107pp, photos throughout. Paper
Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Pub. Co., 1990 Paperback $19.95 + s/h
The Navajo Code Talkers
Paul, Doris Atkinson
Philadelphia: Dorance, 1973 Paperback
"Comanches Again Called for Army Code Service." New York Times
(13 Dec. 1940): 16.
Davis, Goode, Jr. "Proud Tradition of the Marines' Navajo Code Talkers: They Fought With Words-Words No Japanese Could Fathom." Marine Corps League 46, no.1 (Spring 1990): 16-26.
"DOD Hails Indian Code Talkers." Sea Services Weekly (27 Nov. 1992): 9-10.
Donovan, Bill. "Navajo Code Talkers Made History Without Knowing It." Arizona Republic (14 Aug. 1992): B6.
Hafford, William E. "The Navajo Code Talkers." Arizona Highways 65, no.2 (Feb. 1989): 36-45.
King, Jodi A. "DOD Dedicates Code Talkers Display" Pentagram
(24 Sep. 1992): 3.
Langille, Vernon. "Indian War Call." Leatherneck 31, No.3 (Mar.1948): 37-40.
Marder, Murrey. "Navajo Code Talkers." Marine Corps Gazette (Sep. 1945): 10-11.
Marine Corps University Libraries. Navajo
Code Talkers FAQ
McCoy, Ron. "Navajo Code Talkers of World War II: Indian Marines Befuddled the Enemy." American West 18, no.6 (Nov./Dec. 1981): 67-73, 75.
National Archives, People at War, New Roles: The Codetalkers. [Letter from Philip Johnson which convinced the Commandant of the Marine Corps to employ Navajo Indians as radiomen to provide secure communications.]
"Pentagon Ceremony Praises American Indians." Crosswind (13
"Pentagon Honors Navajos, Code Nobody Could Break." Arizona Republic (18 Sep. 1992): A9.
Thomas, Robert McG. Jr. "Carl Gorman, Code Talker in World War II, Dies
at 90," New York Times (1 Feb. 1998): 27.
USMC. Navajo Dictionary. 15 June 1945. (Code word dictionary).
Watson, Bruce. "Navajo Code Talkers: A Few Good Men." Smithsonian 24, no.5 (Aug. 1993): 34-40, 42-43.
Reference Section, History and Museums Division, HQMC. "Navajo Code Talkers in World War II." 14 May 1982. 2 pp.
Marine Corps Historical Center, Washington Navy Yard, Washington DC. 20374-0580. Tel.(202)433-3841.
Oral interviews with former Navajo code talkers during the first reunion of
Navajo Code Talkers of World War II at Window Rock AZ, 9-10 July 1971.
Marine Corps Oral History Program:
John Benally, 32 pp; Judge W. Dean Wilson (William Dean Yazzie), 20 pp; Paul Blatchford, 27 pp; Sidney Bedoni, 13 pp; Alex Williams, Sr., 21 pp; Carl Gorman, 3 pp; Wilfred Billey, 13 pp, Jimmy King, Sr.,36 pp.
Textual Reference Branch, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740.
RG 127. Entry 18. Office of the Commandant-General Correspondence (Jan.
File #1535-75, folders: 13-14, 17-20.
File #2185-20, folder 4.
RG 457. Utilization of American Indians as Communications Linguists. Special Research History (SRH) #120, 107 pp.
Credits: Prepared for the United States Department of Defense by CEHIP Incorporated, Washington, DC, in partnership with Native American advisors, Rodger Bucholz, William Fields, Ursula P. Roach. Washington: Department of Defense, 1996.) http://www.history.navy.mil/faqs/faq61-1.htm Department of the Navy, Naval Historical Center, 805 Kidder Beese SE, Washington, Navy Yard, Washington, D.C. 20374-5060.
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