82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Unnapped. Felt bound. Dry clean. Made in the USA. 64” x 80” (163 x 203 cm)
The photographer Edward S. Curtis created an invaluable photographic and written record of every major Native America tribe west of the Mississippi around the turn of the century in striking, sepia-toned images. This pattern is based on one of his photos, and embodies the elements of earth and sky. The grey triangular step pattern in the center is a mountain design, and geometric motifs symbolize wheat, grass and seed. Crosses represent the four directions: North, West, East and South.
Created exclusively for the American Indian College Fund, a nonprofit organization that helps fund scholarships for Native American students and tribal colleges. Your purchase of this USA-made blanket helps support their honorable mission.
64″ x 80″
Unnapped; felt bound
Pure virgin wool/cotton
Made in USA
The American Indian College Fund’s Mission:
The AICF Fund transforms Indian higher education by funding and creating awareness of the unique, community-based accredited Tribal Colleges and Universities, offering students access to knowledge, skills, and cultural values which enhance their communities and the country as a whole.
Since 1990, Pendleton has been proud to support the work of the American Indian College Fund. Sales of these blankets fund scholarships to tribal colleges and make a difference in the lives of students throughout the country.
The College Fund receives royalties for each blanket sold, which goes directly to provide scholarships for deserving students. Learn more at www.collegefund.org.
For all AICF blankets, Haptiques GmbH will donate additional 10% of the income to native tribe projects.
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