H.L. James's rugs and posts: the story of Navajo weaving and Indian trading
Tracing the history of the Navajo rug as well as the Navajo people and their art, this volume studies the Navajo rug and the trading posts associated with each style.
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20-Year Comparative Costs 6x9 Large Area Map 20-Year area weavers Arizona bayeta Begay Bird Rug bordered rug Bosque Redondo Bruce Burnham Burnham Trading Post Burntwater Canyon de Chelly Chinle Coal Mine Mesa color commercial yarn Comparative Costs Weavers Construction craft Crystal Defiance designs diamonds early fabric Foutz Fred Harvey Company Gallup Ganado Gray Hills handspun hogan Hubbell Trading Post Keams Canyon Klagetoh Late Classic Period located loom Lukachukai Mahogany root bark Map 20-Year Comparative Mary Mexico miles Moore Mountain Mahogany root natural carded gray natural white Navajo mythology Navajo rug Navajo weaving Nazlini Plate processed white processed wool Pueblo raised outline regional style rug Sanders Sandpainting Santa Fe shed rod sheep Shiprock Shonto Spanish Storm Pattern stripes and bands Teec Nos Pos textile Trading Posts Traders twill Unknown Source usually vegetal dyes vegetal-dyed warp Weavers Year 3x5 weft Wide Ruins Trading woven Yazzie yellow