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The photographer Edward S. Curtis created an invaluable photographic and written record of every major Native America tribe west of the Mississippi around the turn of the century in striking, sepia-toned images. Based on one of his photos, this USA-made wool blanket was inspired by classic Navajo elements we've interpreted in an eye-dazzling pattern. The central dragonfly, an emblem of water, symbolizes life.
Created exclusively for the American Indian College Fund, a nonprofit organization that helps fund scholarships for Native American students and tribal colleges. Your purchase helps support their honorable mission.
- 64" x 80"
- Unnapped; fabric is uncombed for sharper pattern definition
- Felt binding
- Pure virgin wool/cotton
- Dry clean
- Made in USA
About the video: Indigenous people are not just a part of history, they are the future. Right now, 42% of American Indians are 24 years old or younger. With your support, we can help the next generation of indigenous leaders forge their own unique paths to a brighter future and stronger communities. Music by A Tribe Called Red.
Pendleton was proud to participate in this message with a 290 yard-long "Water" blanket, to illustrate the varied paths of Native scholars.