Items Related to the the Navajo Blacksmiths Legend

Unlike their silverwork, Navajo ironwork was so closely patterned after its Spanish prototypes that it is virtually impossible to tell one from the other. The Navajos first acquired iron and steel items through trade with the Spanish. Trained by Hispanic blacksmiths, they began forging iron tools of their own in the mid-nineteenth century?

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