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110 Navajo chapters documented in two-book series

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Chapter Series: Hemmed in by history

Wide Ruins’ future is threatened by its past (Editor’s note: In an effort to chronicle the beauty and diversity of the Navajo Nation, as well as its issues, the Navajo

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Whiterock: Small but independent

White Rock Chapter President Ramona Begay has spent most of her year-and-a-half in office explaining the new council form of government to chapter members É including the previous administration who instituted it.

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Going with the flow

Some chapters have big aspirations. Dennehotso wants to be the world’s best farm town; LeChee likes big boats and it cannot lie.

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Return to the Range

In Navajo tradition, holy things come in groups of four: the four directions, four sacred mountains, four sacred colors, four sacred stones — But four has not been a lucky number for this tiny chapter flanked on two sides by the Hopi Reservation — at least not years ending in four.

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Becoming a hub

On your way from Chinle to Pinon on the recently repaved N4, you will come across a broad, flat valley surrounded by low, rocky mesas, bisected by a big wash.

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Chapter Series: Corn, Craps and Cryptids

Everything’s larger-than-life in Upper Fruitland (Editor’s note: In an effort to chronicle the beauty and diversity of the Navajo Nation, as well as its issues, the Navajo Times has committed

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The Gathering Spot

Twin Lakes/Bahastl’ah has hosted summits since prehistoric times (Editor’s note: In an effort to chronicle the beauty and diversity of the Navajo Nation, as well as its issues, the Navajo