Historic trading post rises from ashes
The building was listed on the State and National Cultural Property lists in the late 1990's. Many pueblo members have fond memories and look forward to commerce and trade picking up again.
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#1 Aug 21, 2012
Our family lived in the house next door to the trading post. Many years ago. I was about 5 and now going on 50. Very glad to see it come back to life. My oldest sister work there with Mr. Tomson.
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