Canyon de Chelly National Monument in eastern Arizona features well-preserved Anasazi ruins and 1000 foot shear cliffs. It is located within the Navajo Nation. It has been occupied by the Navajo since the 1700s and served as a redoubt in conflicts with Spanish and American invaders. These 35 mm images were recorded in the mid-1980s when there was strong water flow in the canyon.
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