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Historical Markers in Chinle, Arizona

 
Clickable Map of Apache County, Arizona and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Apache County, AZ (48) Graham County, AZ (16) Greenlee County, AZ (9) Navajo County, AZ (119) Montezuma County, CO (61) Catron County, NM (11) Cibola County, NM (32) McKinley County, NM (24) San Juan County, NM (28) San Juan County, UT (47)  ApacheCounty(48) Apache County (48)  GrahamCounty(16) Graham County (16)  GreenleeCounty(9) Greenlee County (9)  NavajoCounty(119) Navajo County (119)  MontezumaCountyColorado(61) Montezuma County (61)  CatronCountyNew Mexico(11) Catron County (11)  CibolaCounty(32) Cibola County (32)  McKinleyCounty(24) McKinley County (24)  SanJuanCounty(28) San Juan County (28)  SanJuanCountyUtah(47) San Juan County (47)
St. Johns is the county seat for Apache County
Chinle is in Apache County
      Apache County (48)  
ADJACENT TO APACHE COUNTY
      Graham County (16)  
      Greenlee County (9)  
      Navajo County (119)  
      Montezuma County, Colorado (61)  
      Catron County, New Mexico (11)  
      Cibola County, New Mexico (32)  
      McKinley County, New Mexico (24)  
      San Juan County, New Mexico (28)  
      San Juan County, Utah (47)  
 
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1Arizona (Apache County), Chinle — House Under Rock
Discovery of two well-preserved mummies led members of an 1880 archeological expedition to call this site Mummy Cave. The traditional Navajo name for this impressive setting is Tséyaa Kini — House Under Rock. Anasazi lived here for nearly a . . . Map (db m170537) HM
2Arizona (Apache County), Chinle — Sliding House Ruins
The Navajo know this prehistoric Anasazi village site as Kináázhoozhí, which means Sliding House. It is an apt description. The dwellings were constructed upon a steeply sloping ledge, and even the ingenious Anasazi builders were unable to keep many . . . Map (db m170548) HM
3Arizona (Apache County), Chinle — The Place Where Two Fell Off
Spanish soldiers may have fired from this very site during the infamous “massacre” of 1805. Their Navajo targets were huddled in the alcove below and to the left. Spanish accounts describe a day-long battle against Indians . . . Map (db m170547) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Oct. 5, 2022