Category Archives: Indian Tools & Material Culture

Santa Fe Indian Market

There is nothing quite like Santa Fe Indian Market. See my video here. We had a great time making some new friends and seeing old ones. We sold a lot of books. This year we got there a day early … Continue reading

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Land of the Mountain Men

Debbie keeps telling people at shows – we’ll be at the Santa Fe Indian Market in the Eldorado Hotel at a show called Native Treasures the third week of August – that our travels are posted on the website. Actually, … Continue reading

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Home Again from Santa Fe with photos and a book by Ben Traywick

We’re home again and safe after a profitable and pleasant trip to Indian Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I may be wanted by the Santa Fe police (Dead or Alive) for double parking while a loaded my gear into … Continue reading

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On the Road, Selling books at Santa Fe Indian Market at the Native Treasures Show in the Eldorado Hotel

Yesterday we were at the Kit Carson House and Museum in Taos selling books. If you’ve never been there it’s worth a visit.

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Harvey Abeyta, Projectile points

Arrows, projectile points and atlatls. Matt and I ran into Harvey Abeyta of Santo Domingo Pueblo at the Amerind Museum making projectile points while his wife, Priscilla was inside the museum demonstrating how to make jewelry in the old way, … Continue reading

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