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Window Rock and The Hubbell Trading Post
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Window Rock, Arizona, was named after the natural rock formation in town and is the seat of the Navajo Nation government. Matt stands in front of the Navajo Museum in Window Rock A Navajo hogan, or house, shivers in the snow Seems the Navajo Tribal Council Chambers architecture was influenced by both southwest culture and the native landscape The Hubbell Trading Post located on Navajo land near Canyon de Chelly, dates to 1878 and is maintained in a condition similar to that of its heyday Woven baskets still hang from the rafters Matt found genuine 100-year old Navajo watermelon licorice at the candy counter. I had my suspicions, seeing as how it wasn't petrified.

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