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Visiting Tribal Lands

Visiting Tribal Lands

Is it possible to visit an Indian Reservation? Whether you’re a non-Native resident or visiting from another country, exploring the continental USA is incomplete for a lot of people without experiencing Indigenous Tribal Culture firsthand. There are 573 federally recognized Native American (inclu...
Native American Symbolism – Turtle

Native American Symbolism – Turtle

A lot of Native American jewelry, especially Hopi silver jewelry, features the Turtle motif. The turtle is an important symbol across different American Indian tribes in folklore, and it is associated with diverse topics from creation to fertility. Across Native American nations and tribes, the t...
Hopi Prophecy – Five Worlds and the Blue Star Kachina

Hopi Prophecy – Five Worlds and the Blue Star Kachina

The Hopi are traditionally known as “The Peaceful Ones”. For more than one thousand years, they have lived without warfare and thrived in their seemingly inhospitable desert lands on the Hopi Mesas in Arizona. They have done so with a sincere sense of freedom, living isolated, non-nomadic lives a...
Supporting the American Indian College Fund

Supporting the American Indian College Fund

Within our stunning range of Pendleton blankets here at Indian Traders, we are very proud to offer several College Fund Blankets. A percentage of every sale of these exclusively designed and produced Native American blankets is donated to the American Indian College Fund. The American Indian Coll...
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Native American Symbolism: Dragonfly

Native American jewelry is renowned for featuring symbols and motifs that carry deep meaning to the American Indian people. From Bear to Turtle, Wolf to Raven, Eagle to Clouds, and Feathers to Buffalo; each motif drawn from Nature connects the people to both the Earth and the Creator. One of thes...
The Evolution of American Western Style

The Evolution of American Western Style

Are you a fan of Western handbags and the cowboy/cowgirl aesthetic? When you hear the word “cowboy”, a distinctive picture probably forms in your mind. Most likely informed by old Hollywood movies, the iconic style you imagine is not so far off the mark in terms of historical accuracy. This is wh...
What Were American Indian Trade Blankets?

What Were American Indian Trade Blankets?

Pendleton blankets are renowned across the USA and internationally for their exceptional quality and unique, vibrant designs. Every woolen blanket tells a unique story and, cared for correctly, will endure for generations to come. These blankets are synonymous with Native Americans, and they orig...
A Short History of Zuni Jewelry

A Short History of Zuni Jewelry

The Zuni reservation extends across almost half a million acres of scenic high desert in New Mexico, to the west of Alberquerque and south of Gallup. Among our large and diverse catalog of Native American jewelry we offer here at Indian Traders, we have a stunning selection of genuine pieces hand...
Indian Traders: Native American Jewelry - Artist Spotlight

Indian Traders: Native American Jewelry - Artist Spotlight

We are incredibly proud of our collection of genuine Native American jewelry at Indian Traders. Our diverse range of pieces has been handcrafted by authentic Native silversmiths and artisans, including Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi men and women. These talented artists use traditional practices, motifs,...