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N
avajo weavers originally learned the weaving art from
the
neighboring Pueblo People.
The Nava
jo Reservation abounded with Indian Trading
Posts, where
people would trade weavings, and other
items for food, a
nd other essentials.
The Indian traders fou
nd a market for Navajo weavings
among rich white folks fr
om the East, and these traders
became very strong influenc
es in the designs of the
weavings that weavers brough
t to their individual
trading posts, as you will see shor
tly.