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Navajo Springs is an unincorporated community located on the Navajo Nation, near Holbrook, Arizona. The community is almost exclusively Native American, and a permit is required from the Navajo Nation for off-road travel in that area. During the time of the Old West, this area was frequented by notable western characters, such as Commodore Perry Owens. Navajo Springs was a stopping place for travelers to water their horses and themselves. The Beale Wagon Road, a precursor of the transcontinental railroad built through the area in 1882 as well as the "mother road", U.S. Route 66, (now Interstate 40) ran through Navajo Springs. The Arizona territorial government was organized here, and later a monument at the springs was erected to commemorate the event. At the insistence of the Santa Fe Rai

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  • Navajo Springs is an unincorporated community located on the Navajo Nation, near Holbrook, Arizona. The community is almost exclusively Native American, and a permit is required from the Navajo Nation for off-road travel in that area. During the time of the Old West, this area was frequented by notable western characters, such as Commodore Perry Owens. Navajo Springs was a stopping place for travelers to water their horses and themselves. The Beale Wagon Road, a precursor of the transcontinental railroad built through the area in 1882 as well as the "mother road", U.S. Route 66, (now Interstate 40) ran through Navajo Springs. The Arizona territorial government was organized here, and later a monument at the springs was erected to commemorate the event. At the insistence of the Santa Fe Railway company, all Navajos were forcibly moved away from the Navajo Springs area, and by the 1930s, all allotted lands within the area were extinguished and the lands forcibly vacated. But by the late 1980s, the lands were once again occupied by Navajos, this time by Navajo "refugees" from the Navajo-Hopi land dispute. (en)
  • Navajo Springs est un secteur non constitué en municipalité près de Holbrook, le siège du comté de Navajo, dans l'Arizona, aux États-Unis, sur l'historique Route 66. Ce secteur est rattaché à la Nation navajo, (Navajo Nation en anglais et Naabeehó en navajo), aussi appelée Nation diné (Diné bikéyah en navajo) et anciennement réserve indienne de Navajo Nation, un territoire semi-autonome amérindien de 71 000 km2, occupant le nord-est de l'Arizona, le sud de l'Utah et le nord-ouest du Nouveau-Mexique. C'est la plus grande réserve amérindienne aux États-Unis par superficie. (fr)
  • 納瓦霍泉(英語:Navajo Springs)是位於美國亞利桑那州阿帕契縣的一個非建制地區。該地的面積和人口皆未知。 (zh)
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  • Navajo Springs est un secteur non constitué en municipalité près de Holbrook, le siège du comté de Navajo, dans l'Arizona, aux États-Unis, sur l'historique Route 66. Ce secteur est rattaché à la Nation navajo, (Navajo Nation en anglais et Naabeehó en navajo), aussi appelée Nation diné (Diné bikéyah en navajo) et anciennement réserve indienne de Navajo Nation, un territoire semi-autonome amérindien de 71 000 km2, occupant le nord-est de l'Arizona, le sud de l'Utah et le nord-ouest du Nouveau-Mexique. C'est la plus grande réserve amérindienne aux États-Unis par superficie. (fr)
  • 納瓦霍泉(英語:Navajo Springs)是位於美國亞利桑那州阿帕契縣的一個非建制地區。該地的面積和人口皆未知。 (zh)
  • Navajo Springs is an unincorporated community located on the Navajo Nation, near Holbrook, Arizona. The community is almost exclusively Native American, and a permit is required from the Navajo Nation for off-road travel in that area. During the time of the Old West, this area was frequented by notable western characters, such as Commodore Perry Owens. Navajo Springs was a stopping place for travelers to water their horses and themselves. The Beale Wagon Road, a precursor of the transcontinental railroad built through the area in 1882 as well as the "mother road", U.S. Route 66, (now Interstate 40) ran through Navajo Springs. The Arizona territorial government was organized here, and later a monument at the springs was erected to commemorate the event. At the insistence of the Santa Fe Rai (en)
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  • Navajo Springs, Arizona (fr)
  • Navajo Springs, Arizona (en)
  • 納瓦霍泉 (亞利桑那州) (zh)
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