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Our concept was a simple one.

We wanted to offer a great collection of Native American

art and artifacts, old and new, in a great environment...at

prices that real people can afford.

And to keep our place well supplied with Arbuckles’

Cowboy Coffee for the enjoyment of our guests.

A simple concept that collectors appreciate.

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Our Beginnings

An old building dating to 1855 and a sleepy little village in the

Midwest — a pretty unlikely recipe for an “Indian Store.” But add in

a passion for Indian art and culture, and a dedication to sharing

original works of Indian art, the recipe for River Trading Post be-

came complete.

The rustic old place is on the Fox River, so naturally we called our

new Indian Store

River Trading Post

.

We opened our doors, and our website,

rivertradingpost.com,

with

little fanfare on November 11, 2000.

Ten years later, this place was named one of the Midwest’s Great

Finds by

Midwest Living Magazine

.

This is the tale of River Trading Post over our 10-year journey.

Volume 7, Issue 4

October:December 2010

SPECIAL POINTS OF INTEREST:

Paint Out Canyon Road. River

Trading Post—Santa Fe. Satur-

day, October 16.

10th Annual Birthday Celebra-

tion. River Trading Post—

Dundee, Santa Fe, Scottsdale,

RTP website.

30% savings on

all items Friday, November 12,

2010. 6pm ‘til 9pm only.

R i v e r T r a d i n g P o s t

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

Westward Ho

2

Builders and Teachers

2

A Place for Artists and

Collectors

3

If It Ain’t Fun Don’t Do It 3

Happy Endings, Sad

Endings, Funny Endings

4