How great would it be if Native American culture hadn't been systematically eliminated? What's left of it reduced to romanticized/commercialized tourist fodder? Maybe they don't have shops like Kachina in Iowa, so people come here (or ANY tourist destination in America) and go nuts with the dream catchers, flutes, adobe pottery, crafts, et al for their southwestern style home. Of course, this stuff is so beautiful in and of itself, especially so at this shop, which really has as nice a selection of any of these sort of shops I've seen anywhere, heck, maybe the proprietors really love the art and are out to give it the exposure it deserves. I don't know. But the context for me makes it all ring hollow.