Tools were a necessity to Native Americans

Although some of these objects
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arrows- bow- quiver- Lakota- Sioux- Northern Plains- tanned hide- wool cloth- cotton cloth - pigment- wood- sinew- metal- feathers- paint- Tanned hide bow...
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hoop and arrow game- Northern Plains- Sioux- rawhide thongs- wood- pigment- feathers- Horse Hair- Ritual and Recreation: Games and Gambling Accessories of Ga...
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This smoke pipe was very decorative, having different paintings along the side of them. These pipes were used to smoke different kinds of herbs and tobacco through. In Native American ceremonies, tobacco was used to offer the spirits. They also used these pipes during treaty negotiations.
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Knifes were an essential item in the Native American culture. These knifes were once made from stone, and
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Winter counts were used regular by many tribes around the early 1900’s. Winter Counts were used by the Native Americans for a way to keep track of time, and to show the important events that had gone on during the year. Pictures were painted in a spiral motion, having each spiral on the hide representing a year. Each picture on the hide represented a highlight event that had happened to the tribe.
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flesher- teeth- Buckskin- bone- carved- cow or buffalo- Utensils and Implements: Tools. Cow or buffalo lower leg bone cut at an angle with seven teeth carv...
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saddle- Plains- wood- rawhide- bone- sinew- tanned hide- metal - Possible pack saddle. Two forked pieces of bone attached to front and rear of two wooden ...
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