Navajo Code Talker Exhibit

During World War II, Navajo Code Talkers used their native language as the basis for communication too difficult to the Germans and Japanese to decipherer.  A collection of memorabilia showcasing the sacrifices of Native Americans to further the cause of freedom is exhibited in The Navajo Code Talkers Museum in the Gallup, McKinley County Chamber of Commerce. This exhibit is housed inside the Gallup McKinley County Chamber of Commerce, located at 106 W Hwy 66 in downtown Gallup.