Yá'át'ééh, dii eí Tsé Dildo'i bahane'
Hardrock at a Glance
Name - Hardrock, or Tsé Dildo'i in Navajo, refers to the stony outcrops quarried for thousands of years as building material. Even today, people haul rock from the ridges to build foundations for their homes.
Population - 1,161
Land area - 78,100 acres. Hardrock lost nearly two-thirds of its land area when the Navajo-Hopi land dispute was settled.
Major clans - Naakaii Dine'é, Chishi, Tábaahá, 'Ashiihi, Tł’ááshchí’í
Assets - resilient people, exceptional petroglyphs, building stone, a school and trading post
Problems - treacherous dirt roads, feral horses, overgrazing, how to provide for chapter residents residing on Hopi Partitioned Land, shared jurisdiction of roads
(source: Navajo Times, April 25, 2013)