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About this collection

The goal of the Navajo Nation Museum archives is to collect, organize, preserve, document, educate, and provide access, information, and resources by and about Diné people. The Navajo Nation Museum archival collection is unique in the Navajo richness of cultural life and the development of Navajo land. The archive collection consists of approximately 50,000+ historical photographs, audio/video recordings, and paper documents and manuscripts which depict Dine' culture and history, ranging primarily from the early 1900s to the 1960's. To learn more visit: Navajo Nation Museum website or call 928-810-8539.