How to Tan Skins the Indian Way

How to Tan Skins the Indian Way

Book - 1991
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The brain tanning method used by American Indians is described in clear, simple terms. Tanning rabbit and sheep skins with the hair on, making buckskin that is flannel soft, smoking hides, and making rabbit skin ropes and blankets are all skills that can be acquired through the use of this book. There are also sections on primitive clothing, making tools and tanning without brains.
Publisher: Liberty, Utah : Eagle's View Publishing, c1991
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780943604336
Characteristics: 28 p. : ill ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Gibby, Evard H.


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