Arizona Tribal Tourism: Respecting Differences

Cecilia Garland - Nov 26, 2007
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American Indian reservations are unique communities—each unto themselves and among the larger American population. Yet, challenges and issues concerning how much tourism they want in their communities and how much of themselves they want to share with the traveling public hold relevance for tourism planners nationwide. Some tribes have aggressively sought tourism while others have moved slowly and with caution into that economic development arena. Both methods are meeting with success...

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