Franc Johnson Newcomb lived for twenty-five years on the Navajo Reservation at her husband's trading post, where Klah was their neighbor and friend. She wrote and lectured extensively on Navajo religion and symbolism and collected more than four hundred sand-painting sketches.
..".an interesting book to read and definitely a contribution to Navajo history."--New Mexico Magazine ..".well-written and fascinating study of a powerful, wise and gifted artist-priest. Beautifully presented...this book is highly recommended."--Nation