The largest Native American reservation in the United States is the Navajo Nation in Arizona.
(Not So) Fun Fact: The Long Walk of the Navajo
1864 was one of the worst years by far for the Navajo people as they experienced the Long Walk. American soldiers forced them to walk from what is now Arizona to New Mexico. In which many of the travelers died due to poor planning and intentionally horrible conditions.
Fun Fact: Navajo Blankets
The Navajo people are very well known for woven blankets which at times can be very expensive. They originally made these blankets out of cotton but eventually switched to wool.
Fun Fact: The Most Important Chief in Navajo History
Manuelito was a Navajo Chieftain famous for resisting the Long Walk. He was critical in the success of signing a treaty that gave the Navajo a reservation in Arizona.
Fun Fact: Most Populated State Capital
Out of the 50 state capitals in the United States, Phoenix, Arizona is actually the most populous.