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List of communities on the Navajo Nation

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List of communities on the Navajo Nation

This is a list of communities on the Navajo Nation, including the checkerboard, arranged alphabetically. Places whose names are an anglicized or misspelled version of the Navajo name have been marked with *. Places whose names are a literal translation of the Navajo name are marked with . Names which appear Navajo but are actually different in Navajo have been marked with x.

References

  • Linford, Laurance D. Navajo places: history, legend, landscape. University of Utah Press. Salt Lake City, UT: 2000.

External links

  • "Navajo Nation Division of Community Development"
  • "Map of Navajo Country" with list of settlements, landmarks, water features, parks and forests, by Harrison Lapahie Jr.
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