American Indian Lacrosse: Little Brother of War
To understand the aboriginal roots of lacrosse, one must enter a world of spiritual belief and magic where players sewed inchworms into the innards of lacrosse balls and medicine men gazed at miniature lacrosse sticks to predict future events, where bits of bat wings were twisted into the stick's netting, and where famous players were—and are still—buried with their sticks. Here Thomas Vennum brings this world to life.
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Lacrosse is recognized as the oldest of North American sports, its roots running deep into Native American history. In tracing its origins, Vennum relates how the game frequently rose above ... Read full review
This is great!! Fastest game on two feet. Being a fan of lacrosse comes with a burden - to spread the game. These natives were the ones who taught us that.
Breechclouts and Bare Feet 161
PROLOGUE Carrier Dome Syracuse
Huron Country 1637 9
BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE 341
Fort Gibson Indian Territory