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The First Miss Navajo Nation Birth year 1952 -1953 Dr. Beulah Melvin Allen from Kinlichee, AZ
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Miss Navajo 1954 - 1955 - Charlotte Lawrence Greenstone
Miss Navajo 1955 - 1956 - Charlotte Lawrence Greenstone
Miss Navajo 1956 - 1957 - Charlotte Lawrence Greenstone
Charlotte Lawrence Greenstone was the only Miss Navajo to hold the title 3 times. Currently, there is now a rule set in place that an individual can not hold the Miss Navajo title more than once.
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Miss Navajo 1958 - 1959. Miss Modern Navajo: Vivian Linda Arviso
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Miss Navajo Nation 1976-1977 Rosita Tsosie Holiday was born in Ganado, Arizona on September 11 to Joe and Bonnie Tsosie. Born to Bit’ahnii and for To’baaha. The second clans are Tsi’naajinii and ashii. She is the second oldest in her family.
To her family and friends, she is known as Rosie. Rosie attended schools in Utah, AZ, and NM. She graduated from Mesa High School in Mesa, Arizona. She also attended Brigham Young University and BYU-Laie and studied education.
Rosie was chosen as “Miss Western Navajo” in 1976 and represented the Tuba City agency. She competed for “Miss Navajo Nation” that same year and won. She represented the Navajo Nation for one year.
Rosie is married to Kee H. Holiday and they are parents to 4 children. They have 9 grandchildren.
Rosie loves to read, sew and cook.
Rosie has been employed with Kayenta Health Center for 23 years.
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Miss Navajo Nation 1964-1965 Sally Ann Zah Joe
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Miss Navajo Nation 1974-1975 Gilene Begay
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Miss Navajo Nation 1975-1976 Angela Barney Nez
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Miss Navajo Nation 1968-1969 Rose McCabe Wauneka
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Miss Navajo Nation 1963-1964 Anna Mae Begay Fowler
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