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Coconino Citizens Association documentation and correspondence [constructed title], 1974-1976.

Northern Arizona University. Cline Library.
  • Real Estate Development--Environmental Aspects--Arizona
  • Citizens' Associations--Arizona--Flagstaff
  • Hopi Indians--Religion
  • Navajo Indians--Religion
  • Correspondence
  • Summit Properties (Firm)
  • Coconino Citizens Association (Flagstaff
  • Ariz.)
  • Post Company (Firm)
  • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region
  • Coconino County (Ariz.). Board Of Supervisors
  • Coconino National Forest (Ariz.)
  • San Francisco Peaks (Ariz.)
  • Hart Prairie (Ariz.)


Record level- Correpondence and memos written by Martha Blue and Ben Hufford concerning the sale or transfer of land on Hart Prairie. Also includes correspondence from the Hopi Tribe and the Navajo Tribal Council to the Forest Service, emphasizing the religious significance of the land to the tribes. Also includes a draft petition to the Coconino County Board of Supervisors requesting that all development on the San Francisco Peaks be prohibited, that the land be made a national landmark and that lands held privately be transferred to public ownership.

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