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NATIVE AMERICAN SURVIVAL SKILLS

W. BEN HUNT    Book Number: 81798    Product format: Paperback

The author of this fascinating book was born in 1888, and was an expert on Native American tribes, living with them, absorbing their culture and crafts. Although this is mainly a book on camp craft and survival skills, it is one that anyone interested in the way of life and the, often highly decorative, craft work of the Native America people, will enjoy. Nowadays, not many of us would need to learn how to survive in the woods, with or without tools or equipment such as traps, spears and war clubs, but we might well like to learn how to make colourful shirts, moccasins and belts, dolls, musical instruments and coiled baskets. Maybe you have always wanted to make a traditional Indian feathered headdress or to learn how to produce intricate beadwork on a loom; well, now you can! This book is particularly attractively set out, with many of the pages depicting the author's colourful drawings and with the text in a hand-written style font. Softback, b/w photos and colour illustrations. 288pp.
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ISBN 9781629145976
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