The Lands of Navajo Nation
The Navajo tribe of Native Americans lives in the southwestern lands of the modern-day United States, in the Four Corners region of Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico. Believed to have initially settled there around the year 1400, the Navajo were primarily hunters and gatherers and transitioned to become farmers and herders as they were influenced by Spanish Colonists in the 1600s. Read more on ArcGIS Story Maps.
The GLO web site provides live access to Federal land conveyance records for the Public Land States, including image access to more than 12 million Federal land title records issued between 1788 and the present.
The site also hosts images of survey plats and field notes, land status records, and control document index records, and is the most visited website in the Department of the Interior. Visit glorecords.blm.gov for more information.
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