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Grandpa Lolo's Navajo saddle blanket = La tilma de Abuelito Lolo / Nasario García ; photographs by Richard Moeller. p. cm. Summary: Junie López tells, in English and Spanish, of the long friendship between his Mexican American ...

Author: Nasario García

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 9780826350800

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 72

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Grandpa Lolo lives on a ranch in northern New Mexico. When he buys a black-and-white horse named Zorrillo (skunk) from Manuelito Yazzie, a Navajo who lives in a hogan in Torreón, Manuelito throws a tilma, a beautiful Navajo saddle blanket, into the deal. And so begins a beautiful friendship. This authentic slice of life in the multicultural West will warm the hearts of readers of all ages. “This is a lovely story, told simply and with great charm, a tale for children of all ages, including me. Its message? Somos todos amigos. We’re all friends.”--John Nichols, author of The Milagro Beanfield War “An endearing and educational children’s book about friendship. Told in a simple and gentle and entertaining way, this story is also about the rich customs and mores of both the Navajo Indian and Hispanic traditions in New Mexico.”--Francisco Jiménez, author of The Circuit
2012-02-15 By Nasario García

10 use . few objects that were made by Navajos for Navajo among the Navajos ” ( Matthews 1884 : 371 ) . The best However , not all Anglo - Americans found dia- transitional saddle blankets , whether woven of handmond twills pleasing ...

Author: Lane Coulter

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ISBN: UCSC:32106016877679

Category: Art

Page: 152

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Navajo saddle blankets are among the most underappreciated art forms in the American Southwest, the Cinderella of Navajo textiles. Saddle blankets have played a key role in Navajo life both as utilitarian objects and as a force in the economic sustainability of modern Navajo life. They represent a material link between Navajo weavers and traders. This modest textile has found a context in the cattle industry, inside rural cabins, on the floors of eastern bungalows, on the walls of art museums, and even on horseback. It has served countless cultural and utilitarian demands placed on it over the last century and a half, with no sunset in sight.
2002 By Lane Coulter

Author: Joshua Don Hinson

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ISBN: OCLC:48764500

Category: Blankets

Page: 62

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... "handwoven Navajos" in their catalog. They were listed as "fine for floor rugs and wonderful for saddle blankets. ... American Indian Art and Arizona Highways magazines also helped spur interest with feature stories on Navajo rugs.

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Published for devotees of the cowboy and the West, American Cowboy covers all aspects of the Western lifestyle, delivering the best in entertainment, personalities, travel, rodeo action, human interest, art, poetry, fashion, food, horsemanship, history, and every other facet of Western culture. With stunning photography and you-are-there reportage, American Cowboy immerses readers in the cowboy life and the magic that is the great American West.
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The popular Navajo saddle blanket which is doubled and made of wool in a combination of different colors and designs . This type of blanket is perhaps used more than any other as it is good protection for the horse's back , will absorb ...

Author: Fay E. Ward

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486426998

Category: History

Page: 308

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Want to know how to throw a half-diamond hitch and wield a branding iron? Interested in the recipe for S. B. stew? This authoritative manual by an old-time cowboy explains it all. 600 black-and-white illustrations.
2003-06-09 By Fay E. Ward

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ISBN: OCLC:47671428

Category: Blankets

Page: 10

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Saddle blankets are often old bedding, but many people, particularly on festive occasions, use Navajo saddle blankets. This is the only domestic use of Navajo weaving. A few old men still cherish buffalo-hide saddle blankets, and, ...

Author: James F. Downs

Publisher: Waveland Press

ISBN: 9781478631743

Category: Social Science

Page: 136

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With a blend of description and theory, this classic case study by James F. Downs (1923–1999) focuses on the pastoral aspects of Nez Ch’ii society and culture. The tribe still holds to a pastoral herding ecology that has characterized some of the Navajo for at least 250 years. Downs outlines the important themes of the culture (including the importance of females, the inviolability of the individual, the prestige of age, and the reciprocity principle), and discusses, in detail, the relationships between the Nez Ch’ii families and their sheep herds as well as their relationship to the dominant culture surrounding them.
1984-01-01 By James F. Downs

The saddle blanket has been , in fact , one of the “ traditional ” weavings of the Shonto / Inscription House area , but few dealers appreciate them . Navajo saddle blankets , often quickly woven , thick and soft ( the word diyog means ...

Author: Willow Roberts Powers

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 0826323227

Category: History

Page: 296

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This overview is the first to examine trading in the last quarter of the twentieth century, when changes in both Navajo and white cultures led to the investigation of trading practices by the Federal Trade Commission, resulting in the demise of most traditional trading posts.

Sacking Out THE SADDLE BLANKET I use Navajo-type blankets, made of soft wool or cotton, for saddle cloths on my horses. These are not the real thing, handwoven by the Navajo Indians, but rather that type of blanket.

Author: John Lyons

Publisher: Doubleday

ISBN: 9780307754899

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 240

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Every year, some 10,000 people attend Lyons's clinics to learn the secrets contained in this complete training program for horses and trainers of all skill levels, by one of America's most popular and trusted trainer-instructors.
2010-04-21 By John Lyons

COMMON NAVAJO SADDLE BLANKETS . Large size , about 66 x 54 inches . Weight , 5 to 7 pounds . Folded , make fine saddle blankets , and in case of emergency can be used at night by rider to sleep in . Price , 35 cents per pound .

Author: Lester L. Williams

Publisher: Avanyu Publishing

ISBN: STANFORD:36105038614108

Category: Gallup (N.M.)

Page: 124

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Tells of the Ohio-born trader C.N. Cotton, who went to Arizona and New Mexico to trade with the Indians in the late 19th century, eventually settling in Gallup, New Mexico, where his trading post played a leading role in promoting the sale of Navajo blankets. Includes facsimilies of three early catalogs of Navajo blankets and rugs.