Crafts and Skills of the Native Americans: Tipis, Canoes, Jewelry, Moccasins, and More

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Skyhorse Publishing Inc., 2009 - Social Science - 222 pages
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Crafts and Skills of Native Americans is a fascinating, practical guide to the skills that have made Native American famous worldwide as artisans and craftsmen. Readers can replicate traditional Native American living by trying a hand at brain tanning, identifying animal tracks, or constructing a horse saddle. Readers can even make distinctive Native American beaded jewelry, a variety of moccasins, headdresses, and gourd rattles. Native American style is unique and popular, especially among young people, historians, and those with a special interest in the American West.
 

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What ages would I recommend it too? – Eight and up. Length? – Most of a day’s read. Characters? – None. Setting? – Real World. Written approximately? – 2009. Does the story leave questions in the ... Read full review

Contents

Shelters
The Pit Dwelling
vi
Bow String Making
Knives
Cooking and Eating
Foods 113
Transportation 127
Glossary
Annotated Bibliography
Bullboat 143
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David R. Montgomery was born in Tucson, Arizona. He earned a B.A. degree in Art Education at Southern Utah State College. While teaching high school art courses, he completed an M.A. in the same field from the University of Utah in 1976.

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