BOOKS, CABOT'S SOUVENIRS, AND ONE OF KIND ITEMS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

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CABOT YERXA: ADVENTURER: Memories of an Essential American Life.

Before he built the Old Indian Pueblo in Desert Hot Springs, CA, Cabot Yerxa sold cigars to gold miners in Nome, Alaska (1900), heard Chief Red Cloud resign his leadership of the Sioux Nation (1903), homesteaded in the California desert (1913-1918), joined the Army’s first tank corps in World War I (1918), kept a store on the Colorado River frontier (1919-1925), studied art in bohemian Paris (1925), and seldome lost his good humor or his sense of the mementous times he was living through. In memoirs, letters, and journal pages he recorded his unforgetable adventures. His own photos and sketches bring the stories to life.

$19.40

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ON THE DESERT SINCE 1913, by Cabot Yerxa.

A desert classic. Stories about Cabot Yerxa's life as a homesteader from 1913 to 1918, and his later return to the paradise he found on Miracle.

$23.71

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The Story of Cabot Yerxa & His Pueblo

A short read (about 50 pages) about Cabot, his Pueblo, Portia Yerxa, and Cole Eyraud.

$11.85

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CABOT YERXA’S FAMILY CIRCLE, by the Cabot’s Foundation History Committee.

Biographies of the people who influenced Cabot Yerxa the most: his parents, Fred and Nellie Yerxa, and his two wives, Mamie Carstensen and Portia Fearis Graham. Includes many family photos.

$16.10

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Cabot’s  Pueblo  Museum Souvenirs

Top Left: Merry Xmas $14.00

Top Right: Museum patch $8.62

Bottom Left: Enamel Pin $5.38

Bottom Center: Mug with Cabot’s original artwork. $10.78

Bottom Right: Pueblo Pin $5.38

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Nature and Desert Hot Springs  Books

Top Left: Best Easy Day Hikes Palm Springs and Coachella Valley $13.95

Top Right: Desert Hikit Tips $10.72

Coachella Valley Wildflowers $9.65

Bottom: Cycling the Palm Springs Region $20.42

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Copper Gulch Design Jewelry

Eco-Chic “re-envisioned” scrap yard metal jewelry

Left: Square Metal Pendant Necklace  $44.00

Top Center: Metal Earrings with Red Beads $34.78

Bottom Center: Metal Long Earrings $30.17

Right: Disc Metal Pendant Necklace $48.49

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Native American Highlights

 Top Left: Smudge Kit $17.24

Top Right: 4″ Dream Catcher $9.15

Bottom: Sterling Silver Hummingbirds earrings $59.25

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Sue’s Luminary Tin Can Metal Art

 Top Left: Nightlight  $21.55, Large Nightlight $26.94

Bottom Left: Tin Can with Accents $80.81, Tin Can with Lid, $53.88

Left: Tin Can, $23.70

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Jewelry

 Top Row: Stone Resin Earrings  $30.17, Bead Bracelets $21.55 each

Bottom Row: Oaxaca Rugs $65.00-120.00

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Jewelry made with Repurposed Materials

These local artists used bottle caps, metal and aluminum cans to create these unique jewelry pieces.

Top: Bottle caps  $12.93

Center Left: Handcrafted metal earrings  $51.72 
Center Right: Handcrafted metal earrings with turquiose beads $64.65
Earrings by High Desert artist Holly Rae.

Recycled aluminum wrap bracelet by Al Reed. $26.94

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Sterling  Silver  Jewelry

Top Left: Feather earrings with turquoise bead  $23.70

Top Right: Multi Circled & Tassel   $37.70

Bottom: Hummingbirds $59.25 

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Handwrought Copper Jewelry by Linda Meadows

Linda, a local artist, works exclusively with copper. She specializes in copper acid etching and incorporating her hand drawn designs that add texture to the finished piece. Pieces are finished with a custom patina, metal dyes, or left natural.

Earrings  $53.88

Necklace  $91.58

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Ceramic Art

Top Left: Mata Ortiz pottery created by Celia Ortega. She uses sgraffito style to reveal the white clay. $108

Bottom Left: Raku pottery made by  Sergio Naduville, a local artist. His designs reflect his Native American heritage.  $151.00

Right: Standing Woman with Basket created by Gwen Fortner, a Desert Hot Springs artist. $318

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Mata Ortiz Pottery

Top Left: White clay with multiple squares pot by Trini Silveria. $539.00

Top Right: Three mixed clay carved pot by Salvador Baca.  $603.00

Bottom: White clay round seed pot by Efren Ledezma. $172.00

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Oaxaca Wood Carvings and Textile

Top Left: Wood carvings of dogs. $38.79, $40.95, $38.79, respectively.

Bottom Left: Wood carving of whale with baby whale. $213.35

Right: Textile, 16″ x 72″. $137.92

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Children’s Items

Top Left: Life in the Slow Lane by Conrad J. Storad. $18.25

Top Right: Spirit Stones Magnets  $6.00

Bottom: Way out West by Jullian Lund. $8.50

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“CABOT YERXA: BUILDING A DREAM”

This movie takes you through the Pueblo as it unfolds the story of the remarkable man who built it. Hear Cabot Yerxa’s voice from excerpts from his archived tape recordings as it weaves the narrative together. Includes many family photos. As seen on PBS, beautifully shot in HD. Telly award winner. Run time: 27 minutes.

$10.78


Questions on the status of your order can be placed to made at info@cabotsmuseum.org.

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