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I love our anthropologie bedroom but someday I might do a different bedspread--love this one

Woodland Slumber Canopy Bed

Celebrate the Horse Blanket - A brave warrior astride a swift steed thunders across the plain. Similar images were painted on buffalo hides by Plains Indians in the 1800s. Our Celebrate the Horse blanket is based on a design from the Blackfoot tribe, expert horsemen who called the animal “elk-horse” for its great size. The arrival of the horse with 16th-century Spanish Conquistadors changed forever the culture of Native Americans, encouraging migration, trading, herding and hunting.

Celebrate The Horse Blanket: "A brave warrior astride a swift steed thunders across the plain. Similar images were painted on buffalo hides by Plains Indians in the Our Celebrate the Horse blanket is based on a design from the Blackfoot tribe.

MT. HOOD BLANKET - When Pendleton Woolen Mills founder Thomas Kay arrived in Oregon in 1863, he no doubt saw the site that still impresses first-time visitors today. Majestic Mt. Hood looms above fields & forests, visible up to one hundred miles away. The 11,245-foot mountain, an active volcanic peak in the Cascade Range, is covered with snow most of the year so it's a prized destination for skiers & climbers year-round. Native Americans called it Wy'east after a chief of the Multnomah…

Hood Blanket- I have been contemplating my next Pendleton blanket for some time and I think this is the one.

Taos Pueblo Original

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