Norman: University Of Oklahoma Press, . Illustrated. First Edition. Signed presentation from McNitt on the front endpaper, dated May 1, 1972. Also, with a signed inscription from Dorothy Hubbell of Ganado Trading Post ("Hubbell's"): Sept. 29, 1962. I believe you will find this of interest. Dorothy S. Hubbell. Ganada, Arizona,” Also includes 1962 original purchase receipt for the book from J.L. Hubbell Trading Post; four related newspaper clippings; and a small four-page pamphlet about Trader Tokens issued by the Southwest Parks & Monuments Association. One focus in the book is on Lorenzo Hubbell of the Ganado Trading Post- an important pioneer business in the country’s Western expansion. McNittt wrote several books on Native American culture and the pioneer traders. Located in Ganado, Arizona, on the Navajo Reservation, the Hubbell Trading Post was established by John Lorenzo Hubbell in 1878. It is one of the oldest operating trading posts in the American Southwest, where the differing cultures of the Indians, Spanish, and Anglo-Americans have come together for mutual benefit. A nice copy of an interesting book. Tall 8vo., red cloth in dust jacket; 393 pages. Item #57413
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