Crafts and skills of the Native Americans : tipis, canoes, jewelry, moccasins, and more

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Book
ISBN 10
1602396760 
ISBN 13
9781602396760 
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Publication Year
2009 
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Pages
222 
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Tanning leather, carving canoes, beading jewelry, and weaving headdresses have never been so easy. Neither has fish trapping, identifying animal tracks, or making wigwams, gourd rattles, and ornamental breastplates. That's because you hold in your hands a unique, step-by-step resource for creating practical and artistic Native American ware.

Replicate the skills and crafts of a variety of tribes, including the Sioux, Apache, Ojibwa, Chippewa, Hopi, and Navajo. Build snare traps, waterproof raw hide, master traditional beadwork, prepare food, make your own tools - and do it easily.

Whether you're curious for a taste of real American traditions an avid outdoorsman interested in survival methods, a naturalist in need of a simple-living guide, or a craftsperson looking for new projects, you'll find what you are looking for in this remarkable book. 
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