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(KSL News) -- A new exhibit in Utah brings to life the culture and experiences of Navajo.
The unique collection features thousands of photographs and recorded conversations that follow children through adulthood.
Utah photographer Bruce Hucko captured images of native customs, while University of Utah professor Donna Dehykle interviewed the youths about experiences growing up on a reservation.
The exhibit opens Saturday and runs through mid-Janaury at the Natural History Museum on the University of Utah campus.