Teec Nos Pos Trading Post
Welcome to our website. In the
Navajo language, Yá át tééh (pronounced
"ya-ta-HEY") expresses "it is good" as in "it is good to see you" or "it is good to meet
Navajo Hand Woven Rug
Teec Nos Pos Style
The community name of Teec Nos Pos (pronounced
Tease-Nhas-phas) is an English variation on the Navajo words Tiis nazbas, which has
a Navajo meaning of "circle of cottonwood trees".
The trading post is located, on the Navajo Nation, in an area known as the
Four Corners, which is named for the point were the four States of Arizona, Colorado, Utah, and
New Mexico meet.
The Navajo Nation is the largest (population greater than 169,000) Native American reservation in
the United States. The population is ten times greater than the 2nd largest reservation. It
encompasses significant portions of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.
This Teec Nos Pos Trading Post is a general supply store and also provides many of the tools and material required by the world
famous Teec Nos Pos Artisans. The Teec Nos Pos Trading Post
is were the local Navajos shop for their daily needs and sell their unique artistic creations; rugs, silver
and turquoise jewelry, kachinas, bead work, and a variety of other crafts. Buckskins and baskets, required for
Navajo traditional ceremonies are bought and sold at our trading post.
Teec Nos Pos Trading Post is a valuable resource for the
Navajo sheep herders who sell their wool and mohair. Fall
2012 provided a bountiful harvest of pinyon nuts on the Navajo Nation and Teec Nos Pos
Trading Post was privileged to be part of this Navajo
include fine art weavers of rugs. The Teec Nos Pos Trading Post has a long history of
supporting these artisans by being a source for purchase of their fine art. Our collection of Navajo
hand woven rugs is