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Native American Vintage Photography – Frank Rinehart

One of the most famous photographers of Native Americans at the turn of the twentieth century was Frank Rinehart. He was renowned for capturing the personality and culture of the Native Americans of the USA, from their dress to their Native American jewelry to their lifestyle, and particularly for his photographs of delegates and leaders at the 1898 Indian Congress in Omaha. Continue reading

Native American Photography – Edward Curtis

Native American culture is reflected in so many art forms, including Native American jewelry, Pendleton blankets, stories, dance, legends, and photographic images.

Some of the most captivating images of these magnificent peoples are the early photographs of Native Americans taken in the late 1800s and early 1900s across the USA. Perhaps the most famous of these photographers was Edward S. Curtis. Continue reading

Shop for Christmas at Indian Traders!

While some people are on top of their Christmas shopping months before, many of us are “last-minute” shoppers. Are you still pondering the perfect gift? Indian Traders has fantastic gift ideas for those you love! From Native American Turquoise Jewelry to Bronze Statues, Pendleton Blankets, and Apparel, and much more, we have the perfect gift in our store, ready for purchase to be shipped to you! Continue reading

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Caring for your Pendleton Blanket

Your beautiful Pendleton wool blanket is a sound investment – not only is it stunningly beautiful and warm; when you look after it, it will last a lifetime. No matter whether you have a Pendleton throw for your sofa, Native American blankets for your bed or wall decor, or even a saddle blanket for your horse, there is no finer product on the market than an authentic blanket created by Pendleton. Continue reading

Who Are the Navajo? Part Two

The Navajo continue to live a lifestyle that is predominantly traditional. Many live in the area their ancestors settled in the past, despite the arid and barren landscape. A large number of Navajo have also settled in Los Angeles, Kansas City, MO, and along the irrigated lands on the lower Colorado River. Many speak native Navajo language, practice Navajo religion, and continue the tradition of the past century and longer of volunteering for the US armed forces at a higher rate than for most US citizens. This may be an expression of the Navajo ethic of community and service to others. Continue reading

The Pendleton Blanket at Indian Traders

Here at Indian Traders, we are renowned for our beautiful and extensive range of Pendleton Throws and Blankets. These durable, warm, top-quality wool blankets are not only a fantastic souvenir of a visit to the US southwest, but a Pendleton throw blanket is also a stunning addition to any bedroom, living room, or another area of your home. Continue reading