2 edition of Beads of the bison robe trade found in the catalog.
Beads of the bison robe trade
Steven Leroy De Vore
Includes bibliographical references (p. -136).
|Statement||by Steven Leroy De Vore.|
|Series||Fort Union monograph series., no. 1|
|Contributions||Friends of Fort Union Trading Post (Williston, N.D.)|
|LC Classifications||E98.B46 D4 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||92074218|
Beads of the Bison Robe Trade is, nonetheless, a valuable reference and will be useful to anyone working on 19th-century sites in the Northern Plains and adjacent areas. However, there are ma jor problems with the identifications of a substan tial number of the "hollow cane" (drawn) beads. In fact, most of the "hollow cane" specimens il. Real Tanned Fur Pelts and Fur Hides For Sale, Including Beaver Fur Pelts, Badger Furs, Bear Hides, Bobcat Fur Pelts, Coyote Pelts, Ermine Furs, Fox Pelts, Lynx, Fox Furs, Lynx, Mink Fur Pelts, Mountain Lion-Cougar Fur Pelts, Muskrat Fur Pelts, Otter Fur Pelts, Raccoon Fur Pelts, Reindeer Hides, Sable Fur Pelts, Wolf Fur Pelts, Wolverine Fur Pelts & More.
The price is for the locket only. The leather necklace is made with leather and antique trade beads. The cross and bale seal are made from sterling silver. Optional sterling silver chains are available and sold separately. Check out my blog at Keri DeWitt Designs and Wind River Trading Company Face Book for more information. However, traders introduced gifts of trade goods (beads, metal goods, cloth) and alcohol into the bison hide trade. These gifts led to increased hunting for trade. When the trade turned from fur-covered hides to hides that would be tanned for leather, American Indians continued to participate in the bison hunts.
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