Gweh Sahahdd - Ba'ts ne'hi -- Our Gift Shop

Please note: This website is under construction. It is used for utilitarian purposes for our Place Names Map and will become a functional Cultural Resource Center website in the near future.

To operate a gift shop selling American Indian Arts and Crafts and other products that fit within the overall mission(s) of the Yavapai-Apache Culture Center.

To provide a great cultural experience for the visitor to the Culture Center.  Part of that experience shall be providing locally made American Indian Arts and Crafts and other items that speak to the culture of the Yavapai-Apache people, both past and present.

Gift shop Proceeds, beyond monies set aside for purchases, shop shall be set aside for Culture Center’s activities for youth and elders.

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Traditional Foods --

The Center has a program to bring traditional foods to the Nation. Each year we collect many kinds of foods that have long been eaten by our People. One of those foods is the mesquite pod. We collect mesquite and mill it for our community.

In our shop we offer mesquite products:

  • Pure mesquite meal (gluten free)
  • Mesquite Pancake Mix
  • Mesquite Chocolate Brownie Mix
  • Mesquite Cornbread Mix
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Crafts, Baskets, & Jewelry Made by Tribal Members --

  • Beaded jewelry
  • Ceramics & Pottery
  • Herb & Natural Products Soaps
  • Flutes
  • Yavapai-Apache Nation T-shirts and Bags
  • Dreamcatchers
  • Paintings
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Books --

We carry several important books about the Yavapai Apache. They have been chosen carefully for their accuracy of informative content.

A Short History of the Yavapai-Apache Nation, YAN Cultural Resource Center ($5.00)

Yavapai –

Surviving Conquest: A History of the Yavapai Peoples, Timothy Braatz -- 2007 ($30.00)

Oral Histories of the Yavapai Carolina Butler, ed. -- 2012 ($30.00)

Only one Living to Tell: Biography of a Yavapai Indian, Mike Burns and Gregory McNamee ($30.00)

Western Apache –

Don’t Let the Sun Step Over You: A White Mountain Apache Family Life, Eva Tulene Watt and Keith Basso -- 2004 ($30.00)

Wisdom Sits in Places: Landscape and Language Among the Western Apache, Keith H. Basso -- 1996. ($30.00)

Traditional Foods --

Mesquite Cookbook, YAN Cultural Resource Center ($5.00)

Prickly Pear Cookbook, YAN Cultural Resource Center ($5.00)


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Yavapai-Apache Cultural Resource Center

290 Middle Verde Road
Camp Verde, AZ