Along Route 66, telling Native American’s story

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Along Route 66, telling Native American’s story

Project to illuminate tribes’ history, heritage
A car travels down historic Route 66 toward Albuquerque. American Indian tribes have joined with a tourism group and the National Park Service to highlight the histories and cultures of the more than two dozen tribes along the famous byway.
A two-lane stretch of historic Route 66 runs along Interstate 40 near Laguna Pueblo’s Route 66 Casino Hotel west of Albuquerque. Laguna and other American Indian tribes are working with a tourism group and the National Park Service to highlight the histories and cultures of the more than two dozen tribes along the famous byway.
The Rio Puerco Bridge is one of the many decommissioned fixtures along historic Route 66, as the road runs through Laguna Pueblo land west of Albuquerque.

Along Route 66, telling Native American’s story

A car travels down historic Route 66 toward Albuquerque. American Indian tribes have joined with a tourism group and the National Park Service to highlight the histories and cultures of the more than two dozen tribes along the famous byway.
A two-lane stretch of historic Route 66 runs along Interstate 40 near Laguna Pueblo’s Route 66 Casino Hotel west of Albuquerque. Laguna and other American Indian tribes are working with a tourism group and the National Park Service to highlight the histories and cultures of the more than two dozen tribes along the famous byway.
The Rio Puerco Bridge is one of the many decommissioned fixtures along historic Route 66, as the road runs through Laguna Pueblo land west of Albuquerque.
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