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eBook Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site ePub

by David M. Brugge

  • ISBN: 1877856185
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: David M. Brugge
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Western Natl Parks Assoc; First Edition edition (December 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 80
  • ePub book: 1352 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1749 kb
  • Other: lrf doc rtf lrf
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 180

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Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site. Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site is a historic site on Highway 191, north of Chambers, with an exhibit center in Ganado, Arizona. It is considered a meeting ground of two cultures between the Navajo and the settlers who came to the area to trade. In 1878, John Lorenzo Hubbell purchased this trading post, ten years after Navajos were allowed to return to the Ganado region from their .

Six boxes of children books were donated to Hubbell Trading Post Little Library! Come over and bring your old book .

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National Park Service. Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site. The population was 176 at the 2010 census. David Martin Brugge was a cultural anthropologist, ethnohistorian, linguist, archaeologist and noted for his knowledge about the Navajo. United States historic place. Hubbell Trading Post. National Register of Historic Places. National Historic Landmark. Brugge publish many papers and is often cited in works about the Navajo, Athapaskan or early Southwestern history. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781877856181 (978-1-877856-18-1) Softcover, Western Natl Parks Assoc, 1992. Find signed collectible books: 'Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site'.

His devotion to the trading post and it's renouned profile within the Navajo Arts and Crafts world were priceless. What happened to him was wrong. not only wrong, but criminal.

Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site John Lorenzo Hubbell Early Days John Lorenzo Hubbell was born on.Our Mission - Friends of Hubbell Trading Post NHS is a 501(c)(3) organization established in 1990

Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site John Lorenzo Hubbell Early Days John Lorenzo Hubbell was born on November 27, 1853 in Pajarito, New Mexico, a small. Our Mission - Friends of Hubbell Trading Post NHS is a 501(c)(3) organization established in 1990. Our aim is to aid and promote the management of programs and objectives of the Historic Site. Other goals include supporting Native American arts and crafts through our biannual Native American Art Auction, providing scholarships to Navajo and Hopi college students, and to increase the awareness of the trading post heritage in the Southwest.

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Traders played a key role in the revitalization of the Navajo economy in the late nineteenth century, and Don Lorenzo Hubbell was among the most respected and influential. The post he established still serves visitors and the Navajo community.

Comments

Katishi Katishi
From the 1880's to the 1940's, non-Navajo individuals entered a world seldom seen by outsiders and became esteemed residents on the Navajo reservation. They were the Navajo traders, and they played a significant role in Navajo life during this time period. They ran the general store and pawn shop. They pushed for higher levels of craftmanship in Navajo arts and crafts and then marketed those products to the rest of the United States. The trading post was a central meeting place and a communication center, and the traders were the social service providers.
Lorenzo Hubbell was one of the earliest Navajo traders and is perhaps the most well known. Hubbell and his family ran the trading post at Ganado, Arizona. It is now the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site. The book is a small coffee table style book designed to be interesting to look at and quick to read. The text is primarily about Hubbell and his family and how he was involved in the issues of his time. It includes a summarized history of the Navajo people and well appointed color and black and white photographs.
Since this book is only about Hubbell and the Ganado trading post, this book is an excellent historical resource if you are planning on visiting that site or would like a souvenier book. I purchased it as a supplemental text to learn more about Hubbell after I had learned about other trading posts and the Navajo culture. If you are interested in learning more comprehensive information about the Navajo culture and the role of the traders, I would recommend "Wide Ruins" by Sallie Wagner and "Navajo Trader" by Cladwell Richardson. Out of the two books, "Wide Ruins" is my favorite, but both books contain personal stories of Navajo people and their culture. I learned more about the role the traders played in the Navajo world from "Wide Ruins" and "Navajo Trader" then from "Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site", but it achieves its purpose with style.
Adoraris Adoraris
I visited this trading post during a motorcycle trip in June, 2005. After reading Elizabeth Hedgemann's "Navajo Trading Days", I did some more research and purchased this book. Good photographs and historical data on the surrounding area. I plan to return to the Navajo Nation in 2006 and revisit this trading post and others.
Yojin Yojin
The Hubbell Trading Post played an important part of Southwest Indian history. I wanted to learn more about it.