Pendleton Chief Joseph Blanket

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Pendleton Chief Joseph Blanket

  • 82% virgin wool 18% cotton
  • Chief Joseph design
  • Napped and felt bound
  • Size: 64" x 80"
  • Made in the USA
  • Dry clean only

Perfectly sized as an accent piece for the bed or sofa, this Chief Joseph Blanket would make a great piece no matter where it sits. This geometric design features Native American symbols of strength and bravery-- two attributes that were given to the great Chief Joseph whose courage and determination won him respect in times of peace and war. Chief Joseph was known for resisting the U.S when they ordered Nez Perce onto the reservations in Idaho. Though he won many battles, in 1877 Chief Joseph surrendered to save his people from a harsh winter with little food and no blankets. Made in the USA, this blanket is made with the softest blend of wool and cotton. Keep this in your home and tell the tale of Chief Joseph to all your friends and family. During the turn of the 20th Century the Pendleton Blanket legend was born at a woolen mill in Pendleton, Oregon that began producing striking wool blankets with vivid colors and authentic Native American Indian designs for the Umatilla and Cayuse Indian tribes in the Northwest. The combination of beauty, quality, durability and the superior warmth of the wool blankets make them popular for a wide range of outdoor activities and has earned Pendleton a reputation for superb craftsmanship and quality which continues to be a hallmark of the Pendleton Blanket.

Style(s): ZD411-51128

Lifestyle: Western
Material: Wool
Color: Aqua
Product Weight: 3 lbs