Monday, July 6, 2015

J. L. Hubbell Trading Post

 As we were traveling to see a National Monument, we stumbled onto the longest running trading post on or off a reservation, The J.L. Hubbell Trading Post.  Above is a Navajo Hogan.  It has eight sides with the door facing east, toward the rising sun.  This hogan has a dirt roof.  Hogans are still built and used but they now are build out of modern building supplies.
 This is the interior of the trading post.
 Pictures of the stable/barn

 Elder Boyter standing outside the trading post and the sign for the trading post.

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