Is a giant teepee more authentic if it is found on an actual Indian reservation?
For decades, in Lupton, Arizona, the Tomahawk Indian Store reared up along a canyon wall, flaming yellow and promising an all-out massacre on your wallet. It was big, as teepees went, and apparently was sanctioned by the tribe. Chief Yellowhorse was the proprietor; he passed away in 1999. The store closed sometime in the following years, reported shuttered by 2006.
If we trust online satellite map views, the good news is that the teepee store may be open for business. The bad news is that it has been painted white. The influence of Chief Whitehorse?