Wupatki National Monument
Throughout the Navajo owned land, commercialised places are present. Fast food restaurants seem to be everywhere and Tuba City advertised these areas more than any cultural areas for people passing through. However historical areas such as the Wupatki National Monument and Moenkopi Dinosaur Tracks are present and are unique experiences to see what the area was like before introducing new roads and buildings. However, the dinosaur tracks were discovered as the Highway was being built. This area is important for the Navajo community as it is a source of income, albeit not a substantial amount to live off.
11 David R. Lewis, Native American Environmental Issues, Native America in the Twentieth Century: An Encyclopedia, (Mary B. Davis, New York: Garland Publishers, 1994)