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Woodland Indian Skills Workshop
Ft. Meigs, Perrysburg, OhioJanuary 29, 2005
Photos by Kathy Luttrell
Sponsored by Smoke and Fire Co. and Ft. Meigs of the Ohio Historical Society
Pat Scott starting the class on twine bag making.
Twine bag making set-up by Pat Scott
Mike Kelley working with wampum beads.
Brian Jensen demonstrates the art of making arrows from dogwood and ash.
Linda Myers demonstrating and discussing brian tanning and the tools and materials used.
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Participants in the Quillworking workshop given by Maria and Ken Jackson.
Nancy Lewis making a twine bag with jute. Some of the jute is natural and some dyed.
Mike Burcewicz teaching “The Art of Flint Knapping” with below different types of flint.
Jack Luttrell and Tony Hamaker in the workshop “12 Things to do with a Deer Leg”
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