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The executive system manages a large law enforcement and social services apparatus, health services, Diné College, and other local educational trusts.
The sites include the remains of several cultures, including the Ancestral Puebloans (also known as the Anasazi), the Navajo, and early Hispanic settlers.
The naturally dry conditions of the region have contributed to a generally good state of preservation for a variety of site types, which include structures of stone and wood, as well as pictograph and petroglyph sites.
The difference between the two phases has been based on the recovery of Gobernador Polychrome ceramic sherds from reliably dated sites, and the presence of pueblitos.
In response to pressures from the Spanish and Utes, the Navajo population began moving toward the south and west around 1750.
The Navajo regard Dinétah as their ancestral homeland.