Teepees Roadside Stands & Misc. (page 1)

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Thunderbird Tepee [gone]
Hollywood, FL
The Tepee [gone]
Pinellas Park, FL
Jerome's Tepee [gone]
Grand Island, NE
The Thunderbird Tepee was a souvenir stand on Highway 441 near the Seminole Reservation. It was still there in the late 1970s or early 1980s.

The Tepee was located just north of St. Petersburg on Highway 19.

Jerome's Tepee claimed to have the largest souvenir shop in the state. The tepee was torn down when a car crashed into it in the 1970s, damaging it beyond repair.

Husker Hut
Atlanta, NE
The Husker Hut was built as "The Wigwam" which was a souvenir stand. The building has been around since at least the 1950s or 1960s. The Husker Hut bar and restaurant were added later to the original structure. These photos are from 2006. I believe the building is vacant now. [map]

Sit 'N Bull
Freeport, TX
The Sit 'N Bull bar was built in 1979. It is home to the Osage Tribe #4 of the Improved Order of Red Men. For more, see this website. [map]

The Tee-Pee
Cheyenne, WY
The Tee-Pee was most likely a roadside stand when it was first built. At one time, it was used as the VFW and Boy Scout building. In recent years, it housed "Thunder Road Cycle", a motorcycle shop. It appeared to be vacant when these photos were taken in 2012. There was an Indian Village Motor Lodge in Cheyenne with a central teepee. However, the building's shape is different and I don't believe that this is the same place. For more, see this website. [map]

Egbert, WY
This Teepee is now used as a private residence. It was built as "The Warwhoop": a combination gas station, bar, gift shop, and convenience store. It has been here since at least the 1960s but it has probably been around since at least the 1930s. For more, see this website. [map]

Chief Poolaw's Tepee
Old Town, ME
Chief Poolaw's Tepee has been around since at least the 1950s. It was originally used as a souvenir stand. In 2004, the teepee reopened as the Princess Watahwaso Family Museum. Princess Watahwaso, known as the "Bright Star of the Penobscot" and the "Indian Mezzo-soprano", performed Native American themed songs in the 1910s and 1920s. [map]

Tepee Trading Post
Lupton, AZ
The Tepee Trading Post building is about 66 feet tall. It is a souvenir store that has been here for decades. In recent years, it was painted bright yellow and known as the Tomahawk Trading Post. In 2006 when both of the photos above were taken, the building was covered with siding. The photo on the far right shows a much smaller, photo-op teepee on the property. For more, see this website. [first photo thanks Glenda Campbell] [map]

TeePee Curios
Tucumcari, NM
TeePee Curios opened as a Gulf gas station, grocery store, and souvenir shop in 1944. During road expansion in 1959, the teepee-shaped entrance was added and the gas pumps were removed. The neon sign was built in the mid-1960s. It was restored in 2003, based on a vintage photo. Shortly thereafter, a neon longhorn skull was installed over the building's entrance. The souvenir shop is still open. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Crystal Forest Museum & Gift Shop
Holbrook, AZ
These teepees are located next to the Crystal Forest Museum & Gift Shop at the southern entrance to the Petrified Forest National Park. There are also several dinosaurs here. [map]

Painted Desert Indian Center
Holbrook, AZ
Theses teepees are located at the Painted Desert Indian Center souvenir store. There are also dinosaur statues here. [map]

Holbrook, AZ
rest stop teepees
Holbrook, AZ
The teepees on the left are just off I-40.

These rest stop teepees appear to double as barbecue pits. They are located next to a closed trading post. [map]

Meteor City Trading Post
Winslow, AZ
The Meteor City Trading Post is housed in a dome and features several teepees. [map]

There were other teepees in Winslow at the Navajo and Topi Indian Arts & Crafts Center.

Howdy Hank's Trading Post
Joseph City, AZ
Wood's Boots
Colorado City, TX
Howdy Hank's Trading Post was built in 1950 as the Hopi Village, a trading post souvenir shop. After Howdy Hank's, it became Sitting Bull's Indian Store. The building later housed a feed store. It now appears to be just a residence.

There are two teepees located next to Wood's Boots. [map]

Geronimo Trading Post
Joseph City, AZ
Cactus Cove Gift Shop
Roswell, NM
Apache Canyon
Trading Post
Carlsbad, NM
The Geronimo Trading Post has a huge souvenir shop and about a dozen teepees. [map]

This teepee in Roswell is installed in front of Cactus Cove Gift Shop. [map]

This teepee is one of two in Carlsbad is located at the long closed Apache Canyon Trading Post. [map]

Indian Harvest Trading Post
Union, MO
TeePee Trading Post
Lake George, NY
Tom's Tee-Pee
Cave City, KY
The Indian Harvest Trading Post sells Native American arts and crafts. Let the visitor beware: the owners have quite a reputation for being unwelcoming. [map]

The TeePee Trading Post is faced with concrete. It is used for storage for the adjacent souvenir stand. Does anyone know when this was built? For more, see this website. [map]

Tom's Tee-Pee is located behind a gift shop. The building did not appear to be in use in 2010. [map]

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