Hogan: The Traditional Navajo Home
For centuries, the hogan has existed as a shelter for Navajo families. The hexagonal- or octagonal-shaped structure continues to mean much to the people. Explore the significance of the hogan, from traditional home to a place of meditation and ceremony to an architectural symbol represented in new and different ways every day. Learn what the hogan means through this brief but focused book. Color photos enhance your understanding. 13 pages.
- By Scott Thybony
- Paper (saddle-stitched)
- Trim size: 4.5" x 6.25"
- ISBN: 978-1877856938