The Navajo Nation First Hand

This past August fourteen students traveled to the Navajo Nation as part of a travel course on the History and Law of the Navajo People.  Students had a chance to meet representatives from all three branches of the Navajo tribal government, experienced the culinary joys of fry bread, visited Anasazi ruins, and hiked both Canyon DeShelly and the Grand Canyon.

Students outside the office of the President of the Navajo Nation

Window Rock, the namesake of the Navajo capital city.

Royal pride at Canyon DeShelly

The “White House” Anasazi Ruins

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