Nature provides a breathtaking backdrop for a Navajo woman who sells American Indian jewelry at the side of the road about 30 miles north of Monticello, Utah. Booths selling Navajo Indian arts and crafts have long been a common sight in southern Utah's scenic Monument Valley and have made sporadic appearances along U.S. 191, north of reservation boundaries in San Juan County. The 1990 U.S. Census counted 5,500 Indians living in Utah's part of the Navajo reservation, which also lies inside Arizona and New Mexico. Because of the large Indian population, San Juan County is the state's most racially diverse area, with 56.4 percent of its residents non-white.