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in northeast Arizona between Kayenta and Mexican Water.
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Some Navajo farmers moved from Kayenta to the Baby Rocks area around 1912, but a flood along Laguna Creek that year wiped them out and they moved to what is now Dennehotso.

Dennehotso means "upper ending of the meadow." Some have wrongly spelled the name Dinnehotso, which completely changes the meaning of the name.
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