How to Build a Tipi
A tipi (also commonly spelled “teepee”) is the ingenious shelter traditionally used by indigenous people of the North American Great Plains and Canadian Prairies. Native Americans made the tall, conical shelters from animal skins stitched together then draped over very long lodge poles, set vertically, leaning to a central point. A tipi has a smoke hole at the top, so that campfires can burn inside, and an animal-skin flap opening. Although many non-native people have associated the tipi…
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It’s Time for TeePees
I love it when the teepees are erected in the Taos area for the summer season. It lets us natives know that the “time of the visitors” is he...
Colt Idol | Dick Idol Signature Gallery
Artist’s Bio Lifetime Montana resident Colt Idol has always been enamored with “The West” and all that is represents. After an injury-plagued high school and collegiate basketball career Colt decided to pursue art full-time. With the guidance of his father, Dick Idol, renowned outdoor personality and artist, Colt was able to […]
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Native American Survival Tips | What You Can Learn From These Experts
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Enchanting Backyard Teepee Wedding
Enchanting Backyard Teepee Wedding photographed by The Goodness and overflowing with personal details including handmade Tee Pees. Uhh amazing.
Cuchillos de los Indios Americanos. Parte I
Desde la época del primer contacto con los exploradores, comerciantes y colonos Europeos, los Indios Americanos estaban ansiosos de adquirir cuchillos con filo de acero. Las hojas de acero no son más afiladas que las de piedra, pero son mucho más duraderas. Los Indios recibieron cuchillos como regalos durante las negociaciones o el comercio. Cuando la oportunidad se presentó, la mayoría de los Indios no vieron nada malo en robar cuchillos y otras posesiones de los colonos que les estaban…