2 edition of Tourism in the Navajo country found in the catalog.
Tourism in the Navajo country
Stephen C. Jett
Bibliography: p. 171-184.
|Statement||by Stephen C. Jett.|
|Series||Navajoland publications,, ser. A|
|LC Classifications||G155.U6 J4 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||74014358|
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The Navajo Nation, which encompasses parts of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah, has a wealth of historical and natural significances that will ignite the senses and your curiosity.
From the grand sandstone masterpieces of monument valley to the ancient pueblo ruins of Canyon de Chelly there’s plenty to see, do, and learn from on the Arizona side. Tsaile is home to Dine College, the oldest of 36 tribal colleges across the country and formerly known as Navajo Community College.
Besides, Dine College, there is a small health clinic, a K-8th grade school with students, and a single store/gas station to serve the entire area.
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1. You’ll have to drive 70 miles for a beer. The Navajo reservation is dry and no alcohol can be bought or transported on to it. Because Navajoland is the largest piece of indigenous land in the world — with o square miles stretching across Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona — you may be driving some time before you can get yourself a beer Author: Les Dietz.
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Currently, according to the Navajo Nation Visitors Survey published by Northern Arizona University in Februarya total of $ million of direct spending by out-of-region visitors contributed to a total economic impact of $ million annually for tourism on the Navajo Size: 1MB.
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