Links to Other Sights
Sites that might be of interest to Tipi Owners.
www.crazycrow.com....World's biggest line of Native American Indian & Mountain Man arts, crafts, craft supply & craft kits. Your Indian Powwow or Mountain Man Rendezvous, camp & shooter craft supply source. 118 pg full-color catalog- 6000+ items in our online store.
Bead Match: the best in vintage Italian seed beads! We will do our best to match and/or provide the vintage seed bead colors and sizes that you need to acquire to complete your repair/restoration, replication, and new project.
http://www.tipilifestyles.com/....Moccasin Tracks Tipi Retreat
Braintan.com_ Natural Tanning and Leather Resources Huge sight on brain tanning with several pages dedicated to tanning methods. Pictures of work from several artists.
www.whisperingwind.com ....Major Native American Culture and Crafts magazine. Many articles of clothing, tipis, drums, historical information as well as social. A must for the interested.
http://www.manitobabuckskin.com/All natural, hand-made White-tail Deer, Elk, and Plains Bison rawhide and brain-tanned smoked buckskin leather. Custom tanning made to order.
CROW STYLE BEADWORK STUDIO...We are studio specialist for production of replicas of Crow Indians beadwork artifacts. But of course we make replicas of Plateau style and the others too.
TRAVELS FAR TRADING is offering museum quality reproductions of all kinds of 19th century Plains Indian artifacts.... the items we are offering are ethnologically and historically correct.... only the best available materials are used.... brain tanned buckskin, elk and buffalo rawhide, elk sinew, antique beads, masterly patinated metal parts such as hawk bells, brass beads or tin cones, antique buttons, earth pigments, porcupine quills, horse hair, smooth dentalium shells etc....
http://anthro.amnh.org/....Click on North America and it will take you to the search engine.
Mountain Men E-mail Discussion List...for those who like to discuss the 1840 fur trade. Not for everyone. Very historical in information and talk. Though they do have a good time on occasion.
Matoska Trading Co. Matoska Trading Company ...supplies and good books. They like to talk too.
http://www.ancientartways.com/..Nancy Fonicello quill work or was....not sure what this is now.
http://content.lib.washington.edu/aipnw/index.html....University of Washington Libraries-wonderful digital materials on Native Culture...and tipis.
Warriors Plus...Mike Terry's site from the early 1800s to late 1800s Native American life.
Morning Star Gallery... they sell the old stuff and have nice pictures.
http://www.historicalrarities.com/...Historical Rarities for old and new items.
http://www.muzzleloadermag.com/...Great magazine for those interested in Black Powder and primitive camping.
http://php.indiana.edu/~tkavanag/asoule.html...Architecture of a Comanche Indian village.
http://www.geocities.com/wipata/contactus.html......Quill work page by Chris Ravenshead...list other quill workers and sites.
.Northern Plains Quillwork by Ravenshead Tiwahe...Ravenshead home page.
Andy and Kathy Miller's Backrests and Tipi Accessories...HC66-Hwy Rt. #43.....Dewey Via....Divide, Mt. 59727 (406)832-3195.........Rawhide and interior tipi material.
http://www.siris.si.edu/ Siris....Smithsonian Institution Research Information site...and it is a good one. You can go to many images on the site.
http://www.geocities.com/wanaunsapi_tiyospaye/index.html.......Wanaunsapi Tiyospaye ta " Buffalo days "Lakota Indian Tipi Camp
http://www.womenofthefurtrade.com/....The purpose of this society is to encourage research, learning, teaching and the preservation of the history and skills of the women of the fur trade era. Emphases are placed on women who were married to or associated with the mountaineer trapper. At last, these silent voices of women from the wilderness will be heard by the general public!
Splendid Heritage Treasures of American Indian Art
Spurlock Museum...houses the Laubin collection of their tipis and native materials.