9780943604213-0943604214-Making Indian Bows and Arrows, The Old Way

Making Indian Bows and Arrows, The Old Way

ISBN-13: 9780943604213
ISBN-10: 0943604214
Edition: Eagle's View Publishing Ed
Author: Douglas Spotted Eagle
Publication date: 1978
Publisher: Eagles View Publishing
Format: Paperback 98 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780943604213
ISBN-10: 0943604214
Edition: Eagle's View Publishing Ed
Author: Douglas Spotted Eagle
Publication date: 1978
Publisher: Eagles View Publishing
Format: Paperback 98 pages

Summary

Acknowledged author Douglas Spotted Eagle wrote Making Indian Bows and Arrows, The Old Way comprising 98 pages back in 1978. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0943604214 and 9780943604213. Since then Making Indian Bows and Arrows, The Old Way textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

Description

This exciting Eagle's View edition includes all you need to know to make powerful and attractive Native American bows with an easy-to-follow text together with numerous illustrations and photos. The reader is shown how to use both primitive and modern techniques of bow and arrow making.

The book explores in detail acquiring tools and woods; designing the bow to fit your purposes; how to cut the wood and shape it to your design; how to bring the bow to a perfect arc; methods for recurving and/or reflexing the bow for added speed; backing the bow with wood, rawhide, intestine or sinew; dozens of ideas and photos for finishing the bow; photos and instructions for applying a snakeskin back; making quivers and cases with hides, beads and more; arrowsmithing from natural or modern materials; making bow strings with techniques that are understandable to even the beginning bowyer; and shooting the way that Native Americans did years ago.

Written for the beginning craftsman with over 200 illustrations, photos, charts and diagrams, this book will be invaluable to anyone interested in traditional weapons of the American Indian, their material culture and/or early Americana.

119 illustrations; 116 photographs; 5 charts.

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