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    Hubbell Trading Post

    National Historic Site Arizona

Join The Friends Of Hubbell Trading Post

Click here for a quick link to the Friends of Hubbell membership page.

The Friends assist the park in many ways including hosting semi-annual Native American Art Auctions where indigenous artists sell their hand made ceramics, baskets, katsina doll carvings, Navajo rugs, and other items. These auctions provide Native Americans a profitable outlet for their handcrafted goods. You're invited to attend these events where your purchase benefits the artisans, the park, and the Friends of Hubbell, Inc. scholarship fund.

We are proud of the organizations' efforts to emulate John Lorenzo Hubbell's legendary generosity. One of the friends group's goals is to extend the site's historic legacy by perpetuating Southwestern and Native American customs. Please help them to accomplish this and their other goals.

Did You Know?

Hopi pottery in museum storage.

Hubbell Trading Post's museum collection contains 112 Hopi pots, 170 Navajo rugs, over 60 Navajo concho belts, 275 historic paintings, over 300 artistic drawings, 40 sculptures and thousands of historic and archeological artifacts. More...