Barry Friedman Indian Trade & Camp Blankets

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Buy/Sell Pre-1942 Vintage Indian Trade & Camp Blankets from Pendleton, Beacon & More! Author of Chasing Rainbows:Collecting American Trade & Camp Blankets and Still Chasing Rainbows:Collecting American Indian Trade & Camp Blankets Volume Two

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Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones is the picture of bad health in a coat made from a vintage Beacon blanket The Rolling Stones, Woodstock, Psychedelic Pattern, Charlie Watts, Greatest Rock Bands, Twist And Shout, We Will Rock You, Mick Jagger, The Beatles

Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones is the picture of bad health in a coat made from a vintage Beacon blanket

Chasing Rainbows: Collecting American Indian Trade & Camp Blankets by Barry Friedman, author and antique dealer specializing in Indian blankets. Indian Blankets, Cotton Blankets, Native American Art, American Indians, Pendleton Woolen Mills, Camping Blanket, Navajo Rugs, Historical Images, Book Images

The cover of my new book features a Pendleton Woolen Mills trade blanket circa 1910. Book ordering info is on my website at barryfriedmanblankets.com

The earliest pictorial Indian trade blanket in existence. Made in 1895 by a unknown manufacturer. Indian Blankets, Cotton Blankets, Vintage Wool, Retro Vintage, American Indians, Native American, Vintage Blanket, Camping Blanket, Navajo Rugs

The earliest pictorial Indian trade blanket in existence. Made in 1895 by a unknown manufacturer.

Barry Friedman antique Indian trade & camp blankets dealer has written books on the subject & is the vintage blanket consultant to Pendleton Woolen Mills. Indian Blankets, Cotton Blankets, Southwestern Home, Pendleton Woolen Mills, Oregon City, Vintage Blanket, Camping Blanket, Navajo Rugs, Indian Patterns

Barry Friedman's Blankets | Antique Indian Trade & Camp Blankets

Barry Friedman antique Indian trade & camp blankets dealer has written books on the subject & is the vintage blanket consultant to Pendleton Woolen Mills.

Rockin' the baby at Cochiti Pueblo - photo by Simeon Schwemberger c. Native American Tribes, American Indians, Camping Blanket, Blankets, Babies, History, Kids, Children, Native American Indians

Rockin' the baby at Cochiti Pueblo - photo by Simeon Schwemberger c. 1905

Trade blanket c. 1895 by an unknown manufacturer - this is a landmark piece of textile art. Indian Blankets, Cotton Blankets, Camping Blanket, Navajo Rugs, Indian Tribes, Wool Blanket, Textile Art, House, Design

Trade blanket c. 1895 by an unknown manufacturer - this is a landmark piece of textile art.

The oddest Indian pattern I've ever encountered - Oregon City Woolen Mills Oregon City, Camping Blanket, Navajo Rugs, Woolen Mills, Indian Tribes, Indian Patterns, Cotton Blankets, Wool Blanket, American Indians

The oddest Indian pattern I've ever encountered - Oregon City Woolen Mills 1920s