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Chief Yellowhorse Trading Post

I-40, exit 359, Lupton, AZ
Phone: 928-688-2461

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Yellowhorse Trading Post was founded by Chief Yellowhorse. It is located on I-40, exit 359. Chief Yellowhorse, a Navajo Indian, was born in 1930 and died in 1999. In 1960 he bought the Old Miller Trading Post and changed the name to the Chief Yellowhorse Trading Post.

x This is the old Miller Trading Post that was founded by Harry "Indian" Miller, it is located a few hundred feet east of the current shop on the old Route 66. This became the original Chief Yellowhorse Trading Post, it is now closed to the public.

x Be sure to look for the buffalo silhouettes by the driveway to the original trading post site.

Photo(s): 2009 - 2015



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