“EYE-DAZZLER”

Navajo Weaving

330px-NAVAJO_WOMEN_WEAVE_A_RUG_AT_THE_HUBBEL_TRADING_POST,_FIRST_TRADING_POST_ON_THE_NAVAJO_RESERVATION_-_NARA_-_544416 Navajo Weavers at Hubbell Trading Post, 1972

The production of Navajo weaving flourished in the mid-1880s to provide everyday use of clothing, blankets, etc. for the Navajo Tribe.  To this day they continue to create articles mainly for tourism.

AMERICAN INDIAN QUOTE

“When the white man discovered this country, Indians were running it.  No taxes, no debt, women did all the work.  White man thought he could improve on a system like this.”