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ON HOLD: Single Navajo Saddle Blanket : Historic : PC 290

Produktbeschreibung

This Single Saddle Blanket was woven at Bosque Redondo.  It was woven with Saxony wool dyed with Indigo and other natural and aniline dyes.  The green dyed wool is a highly unusual color.  Historic textile relic from the 1860's

Saxony wool was provided as an annuity to weavers by the United States Government while interned at Bosque Redondo.  For weavers to create beautiful pieces of art under the harsh and inhumane conditions at Bosque Redondo is a testament to the resilient nature of the Navajo people. 

The colors of this piece could lead us to believe it was commissioned by or at least woven with the intent to sell to a soldier at Bosque.  It is a bit of a miracle that it has survived over 150 years.  Super finely woven by an expert weaver. One to cherish.

In 1863, some 10,000 Navajos were forced to make the “Long Walk,” 450 miles across New Mexico from Ft. Defiance (Grants) New Mexico to the Bosque Redondo reservation, or H’weeldi, meaning place of suffering. Hundreds of Mescalero Apaches were also interned there. The Navajos lost 20 percent of the tribe due to the insufferable conditions.  Determined a failure in 1868, the reservation closed. It was here that the Navajo Treaty was signed on June 1 of 1868, creating a sovereign Navajo Nation.

Style Saddle Blankets
Weaver Unknown Navajo
Date circa 1860-1870
Size 26" x 31"
Item # PC 290
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