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As a result of the earlier influences, their squash blossoms were of Navajo style.
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To this day it is still made by these three tribes, either to be worn by the Indians or for sale.
The term squash blossom was evidently attached at an early date to the unusual bead which has a flowering end.
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The squash blossom has been explained in other ways. John Wetherill, the wife of an early trader on the Navajo reservation, is said to have contended that this bead was inspired by the tiny flowerets in the center of the common sunflower.
There is a resemblance here, but it is more likely that the young pomegranate, by way of the Spaniards, was the real inspiration for this bead.
The inverted crescent pendant on squash-blossom necklaces, called the ' Naja' by the Navajo, is found in various design forms throughout the world cultures.
As a crescent, this form goes back as far as the Paleolithic period.