Navajo National Monument Postcard - Betatakin Photo
This postcard commemorates Betatakin Ruin where Ancestral Pueblo people lived in cavernous sandstone alcoves until 1300 CE. Navajo National Monument was created in 1909 to protect Betakin, a Navajo word meaning "ledge house," and two other large Pueblo villages. Let this postcard be a reminder of your adventures or inspire you to visit these ancient canyons and cliffs that Navajo, Hopi, San Juan Southern Paiute, and Zuni tribes inhabited for centuries.
- Official postcard approved by the National Park Service for Navajo National Monument
- Size: 5 3/4" x 4 1/8"
- Made in the United States