Ceremony honors Code Talkers
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The Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, this weekend honored the Navajo Code Talkers and the contributions they made to winning World War II.

On Saturday and Sunday, hundreds of of people turned out to meet some of the Code Talkers, who took pictures and signed copies of a book called "Warrior: Navajo Code Talkers" by Kenji Kawano. The event was part of the museum's Indian Market.

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