Corn is an important staple and somewhat of a backbone for the Navajo People. It’s considered to play an important role to the creation of humanity and is apart of the origin of the Navajo people who call themselves the Dineh people. This corn was photographed in a traditional Navajo Home (hogan) with permission.
Picture taken at the Cameron Trading Post in Northern Arizona on the Navajo Reservation. If you love good frybread, I would suggest you stop here on your way to Flagstaff. They’ve got the best frybread in the Four-Corners area.