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A touch of winter in Monument Valley, Arizona. The colorful Navajo Indian on his shaggy pony is part of the spectacular desertscape that erupts in great red rock formations, his tribal home for hundreds of years. (photographer's caption)
Cloud Effects in Monument Valley. Clouds play tag among the sandstone figures which rise as skyline decorations along the Arizona-Utah border in a lovely late summer scene. (photographer's caption)
Desert Figures in Monument Valley, Arizona. The slender Totem Pole is 1006 ft. tall and together with other sandstone formations makes up the Yebechai Group, known in Navajo legend and revered by these Indians on whose desert reservation they stand. (Phot
El Capitan (also called Agathla Peak) Monument Valley, Arizona. A striking volcanic plug, rising 1500 feet above its mesa domain and was intruded into rock layers which have since been eroded away.
Flashflood, Monument Valley, Arizona. A cloudburst, perhaps miles away, sends a brown flood of water through the sandy desert floor for its brief but vigorous life. (Photographer's caption)
Happy Cly grinding corn. At a summer shelter in Monument Valley on the Navajo Indian Reservation, an Indian woman shows how corn from her own little patch is still ground on the age-old metate. Arizona. (Photographer's caption)
Hidden Bridge in Monument Valley, Arizona. The beautifully symmetrical form of this sandstone arch and its position in a cliff wall hide it until the surprised visitor comes full upon it. (Photographer's caption)
In Monument Valley on the Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona. Huge formations of red sandstone stand out against the clear sky with the Mitten Butte close by. Desert growth of yuccas & sagebrush cover the sand. (Photographer's caption)
In the Trading Post in Monument Valley, Arizona and Utah. Harry Goulding, the trader takes a handmade Indian belt in pawn for groceries from a Navajo woman. She will redeem it at the next wool season. (Photographer's caption)
Loom in the Desert. With mighty rock formations in Monument Valley, Arizona as a background, three Navajo Indian women stand near their loom. They are famous for their rugs, a native craft which still persists as a means of life on their Reservation. (Pho
Moccasin Arch in Monument Valley, Arizona. As colorful as the red sandstone, a Navajo Indian sits astride his pony in the desert lands of his tribe where erosion has shaped the rock into this striking window. (Photographer's caption)
Environmental Assessment of Ground Water Compliance at the Monument Valley, Arizona, Uranium Mill Tailings Site: Final
Phytoremediation of the Nitrogen Contaminated Subpile Soil at the Former Uranium Mill Tailings Site in Monument Valley, Arizona: 2004 Status Report
Public Involvement Plan for the Environmental Assessment of Ground Water Compliance at the Monument Valley, Arizona, Uranium Mill Tailings Site
Selections from Report on Archaeological Reconnsaissance in the Rainbow Plateau Area of Northern Arizona and Southern Utah