In 1935, Robert Young began to study Navajo as a graduate student at UNM, where he met “a protégé of Gladys Reichard”, Adolph Dodge Bitanny (aka ’Adee Dodge), a grandson of Henry Chee Dodge. Bitanny assisted in making sense out of the Navajo verb (Dinwoodie and Morgan 2003). It’s uncertain whether Young met Bitanny through Reichard but he was a student of hers at the Hogan School, a school for Navajo interpreters to learn their language. (Lyon 1989)