A treasury of authentic details, including the practical and symbolic uses of shields, drums, tipis, and other items. In addition, numerous well-illustrated projects include patterns for making clothing, tipis, wigwams, bows, and arrows, numerous methods of fire-building, instructions for games, plus recreating ritual events. 30 photos, over 100 line drawings and diagrams. Bibliography. Index.
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"This most fascinating and instructive book on the subject of Indians that I have read since my early studies of Catlin . . . a perfect guide book to Boy Scouts and others." --Sir Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scout movementAbout the Author:
Julian Harris Salomon was a historical expert of Native American culture when befriended by an Indian boy who made him his first set of bow and arrows. Since then, he had taken the mantle in reviving and studying the history of America's long historic culture.
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