From 1880-1930, rugs, blankets, saddle blankets, throw pillows, and wall hangings made their way to Maine as souvenirs of vacations and honeymoons to the Southwest [United States]. Others were brought back by railroad employees or purchases through catalogs sent to the Northeast by reservation traders.
Maine Perspective, "Forgotten Connections: Maine's Role in the Navajo Textile Trade, 1880-1930" (1990). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 703.
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