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---- Wednesday - August 27, 2014 - 8:51:50 AM - Navajo Nation Time ----

Hastiin Tee Yazzie
or
Hashke Yazhe
Profile

Dad
?
Mom
?
Daughter
Martha Hosteen Lapahie

On the back of the post card, the following is told of Hosteen Yazzie. "Old Hosteen Yazzie, was one of the last Navajo Indians to surrender to the Army Scout, Kit Carson, and the U. S. Soldiers. He has been a familiar figure throughout the Southwest. His "LAMENT" gives an idea how difficult it is for him to understand "White Man's Ways". He is past 110 years of age."

Also Known As : Hosteen Tee Yazzie, Hashke Yazhe
Navajo Meaning : Hosteen (Mister, Sir, a very Respected Elderly Man)
Tee (pronounced "Tsh E") (Little)
Yazzie (Tree)
Old Mr. Little Tree (in respect)
Clan : ?
Birth Date : ?
Born Where : ?
Marriage : ?
Died : ?
Died Where : ?
Burial Place : ?
Children : Dec. or Dod
? Howell
Tom Puggie
Hosteen Tee Yazzie Jr.
Martha Hosteen Lapahie

I was told that more photos of Hosteen Tee Yazzie are being displayed at a hotel or restaurant in Chinle. I will someday look for them. On January 8, 2012, I received a photograph showing that the Navajos standing in front of a building was the dedicated of El Navajo Hotel, in Gallup, New Mexico. From that photograph, I've learned that the Navajos below, are standing in front of the El Navajo Hotel, in Gallup, New Mexico, during its dedication in 1923.


Hastiin Tee Yazzie, also known as, Hosteen Tee Yazzie, Hashke Yazhe.


Hastiin Tee Yazzie in front of some unknown building. I do not know the location or date the photo was taken, and am trying to find this information.


Hastiin Tee Yazzie with an unknown white man. I am trying to find out who the white man is.


Hastiin Tee Yazzie with an unknown Navajo man. I am trying to find out who the Navajo man is.


Hastiin Tee Yazzie with a group of unknown Navajo men. I am trying to find out who the group of Navajo men are.


Hastiin Tee Yazzie with a group of Navajos.


A near identical photo of the one above that I received from Corey Smallcanyon who said that the photo was taken by Edward Kemp in 1923. The photo is taken in front of El Navajo Hotel, in Gallup, New Mexico, during its dedication.


Hastiin Tee Yazzie with an unknown child and man, probably at the same gathering.

Hosteen Tee Yazzie's Children
Children Relation
*Dec. or Dod.
**? Howell
***Tom Puggie
****Hosteen Tee Yazzie Jr.
Martha Hosteen Lapahie
?
Son
Son
Son
Daughter

*I was unable to read Harrison Lapahie's writing. It looks like Dod., Dad., Doc., or Dac..
**? Howell is the father of Everet Howell, who lived a couple of miles from Bruce Bernard.
***Tom Puggie was a Sheepherder and Farmer all his life. He died approximately around 1984, and buried at the Farmington cementery in town. Tom Puggie is the father of Louise (Puggie) Johnson. Louise (Puggie) Johnson husband is Roy Johnson. They are the parents of Jonah Johnson, Wilbur Johnson, Herman Johnson, and Anna Mae (Johnson) Yellowman (deceased 1971). Jonah Johnson is married to Annie Bilie. They are the parents of Laverne (Johnson) Begay.
****Hosteen Tee Yazzie Jr. was named the same as the father. Harrison Lapahie wrote "Fort Lewis" by his name. That either means he went to Fort Lewis College, or he use to live in Fort Lewis.

Dad
?
Mom
?
Daughter
Martha Hosteen Lapahie

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