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Native American Education Learning Center

Part of our vision of preserving history comes through this section of our site. Here we seek to provide education on various topics regarding our Native American items. Below is where you will find education on Native American crafts, tools, instruments, and apparel as it becomes available.

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The Legend of
the Dreamcatcher

About Native
American Weapons

The Native
American Spear

Dream catchers have always been an integral part of most Native American cultures the Native American Indian Tomahawk originates from the Viking style tomahawk, its purpose was more all general. The American Indians used spears for hunting, fishing, and combat. The combat spear was typically 8-10 feet in length.
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The Legend of the Dreamcatcher
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Native American Weapons
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The Native American Spear

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The Native
American Knives

How to Make
A Tomahawk & Stone Axe

The Native
American Breastplates

These knives were made from various tools available to the tribes in each region. A stone tomahawk are all used mostly for cutting down trees and other camp uses Breastplates were worn for protection in battle and hunting and battles.
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The Native American Knife
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Native American Breastplate
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Native American Breastplate

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Totem Animals and their Meanings

Native American Tipi / Tepee

The idea of totem animals in the Native American tradition has been made famous from years of less than accurate books and movies. Tipi/Tepee/Teepee is a dwelling type mostly associated with the nomadic Native Americans in the United States.
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Totem Animals and their Meanings
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Native American Tipi / Tepee

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