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A spectacular pow wow, with

over $37,000 in prize money,

fireworks, six stages of music,

and demonstrations by nearly a

dozen different tribal groups is

a great summer event for the

entire family.

The Indian Summer Festival is

the largest American Indian

music festival in the world, and

everyone attending is welcome

to take part in intertribal

dancing.

The event will be held in the

Henry Maier Festival Park in

Milwaukee, September 9

through 11.

You can find more information

about the festival on its website,

www.indiansummer.org.

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Historic Santa Fe, with a popu-

lation a bit more than 65,000

will grow by another 100,000

during the 84th annual Indian

Market on August 20 and 21.

The largest Indian Market in

the world will feature over 1200

artists who set the standard of

quality for American Indian art

everywhere.

River Trading Post, Santa Fe,

will be one of the most festive

places in town during Indian

Market week, and you will be

able to meet an all-star cast of

artists featured at Indian Mar-

ket, and participate in seminars

and discussion groups led by

the artists.

Festivities begin at 6pm with

the artist’s reception on

Thursday, August 18, with

great food and the live music of

popular Indian band,

Moiety

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As you explore five wonderful

rooms, you will have the oppor-

tunity to meet and chat with

many of the Market’s top art-

ists, including Cliff Fragua, Joe

Cajero, Caroline Carpio, Jacob

Koopee, Ronald Chee, Michael

Dukepoo, and others.

Live demonstrations and dis-

cussion groups will be ongoing

throughout Thursday and Fri-

day.

Be sure to visit with us on your

Indian Market trip.

One of five gallery rooms at RTP Santa Fe

Volume 2, Issue 3

July:September 2005

SPECIAL POINTS OF INTEREST:

Traditional Pueblo Arts. Ongoing at

River Trading Post, Scottsdale

www.puebloarts.com

Artists Reception, River Trading Post,

Santa Fe, New Mexico. Thursday

August 18. 6pm— 9pm

Ramson Lometawama Discussion.

River Trading Post, Santa Fe. Friday,

August 19, 3pm.

Santa Fe Indian Market, Santa Fe, New

Mexico. August 20 and 21.

Indian Summer Festival, Milwaukee,

Wisc. September 9 through 11

59th Annual Navajo Nation Fair, Win-

dow Rock, Arizona. September 7

through 11.

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

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

Art Of A Vanished People 2

Navajo Nation Holds

59th Annual Fair

2

Favorite Places: Canyon

de Chelly

3

Session With A Hopi

Carver

3

Cajero To Unveil New

Work at River Trading

3

Profile of Jacob

Koopee, Hopi Potter

4

Our courtyard welcomes

all visitors