Navajo Trader

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Gladwell "Toney" Richardson came from a long line of Indian traders and published nearly three hundred western novels under pseudonyms like "Maurice Kildare." His forty years of managing trading posts on the Navajo Reservation are now recalled in this colorful memoir.
"A first-rate chronicle of the days when barter was the primary form of commerce . . . a fascinating account of how white men and red men learned to live in harmony."—Southwest Review
Navajo Trader
217 Pages 6 x 8.5 x 0.7 Published: 1991 Paperback (9780816512621)

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