Traditional Native Shelter
This amazing collection of vintage photographs and historical texts presents an overall view of tipi life among the various Native peoples of the North American continent. From painted tipis of the Blackfoot and Shoshone in the South west to Ojibwa hunting lodges in Canada, these pictures provide a cultural context for the people and their distinctive dwellings. Includes a section on how to make your own tipi, with patterns and illustrations.
Adolf Hungrywolf is the author of numerous books, including Indian Tribes of the Northern Rockies, Legends Told, Traditional Dress, and Mountain Home. Many of the photographs are from his personal collection and reflect his own experience of over 30 years living in the wilderness.
222 pp ~ illustrated — ©2006