Navajo Reservation - Map

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Members of the Navajo Nation refer to the Anasazi people as “The Ancient Ones.”  This map depicts where the Anasazi lived. 

Today, the Navajo Nation extends into Utah, Arizona and New Mexico.  Of the 27,000 square miles which comprises the Navajo Reservation, there are lakes, ponds, historic sites and many national monuments.  Lake Powell, for example, has about 186 miles of Navajo shoreline.

Historical sites which still exist give people today an opportunity to see how the Anasazi people lived thousands of years ago.

Click on the map image for a better view.

Media Credits

Image online, courtesy Northern Arizona University.



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