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The Navajo Weaving Tradition 1650 to Present

Navajo blankets and rugs have been avidly sought after and collected for more than two hundred years. The first collectors were other Indians during the nineteenth century Navajo blankets were important status symbols, not only amoung Navajos but also among many Native Americans, especially the Plains Indians. The definitive Reference, THE NAVAJO WEAVING TRADITION presents the stunning artistry and history of Navajo weaving. Over 200 beautiful color plates and rare archival photos.

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