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Pavatea (Tom) Collection
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Tom Pavatea was a Hopi Indian who was a trader on the Hopi reservation beginning in the late 1890s and running through the 1940s. This collection includes official correspondence and papers of Tom Pavatea from 1933 to 1947.
Tom Pavatea was a Hopi Indian who was a trader on the Hopi reservation. He started his store in the late 1890s and passed away circa 1947. The store lasted until 1965, under the management of Byron Hunter. In that year, the store burned down and was not rebuilt.
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