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Twined basket made from deer brush (Ceanothus cuneatus). Also called wild lilac or buck brush.
© D. Labiste 1998-2003

 

 

One of the processes of wet scrape brain tanning:
Scraping the deer hide to remove the hair, meat, epidermis, and grain.
© D. Labiste 1998-2003

 

 

Monty pressure flaking an obsidian knife blade.
© D. Labiste 1998-2003

 

 

Lynn's pelt quiver and obsidian arrows.
© D. Labiste 1998-2003

 

 

Bone baton used for casting dart shafts.
© D. Labiste 1998-2003

 


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