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    Historic Crafts & Skills--Woodworking
       
    The woodworking projects presented in this unit require only basic skills and tools. The projects are items found among the accoutrements of wilderness travelers. For additional ideas, consult the library for sources on early American furniture and accessories.
    Indian Tanning through Historic Crafts & Skills
       
    Learn a historical tanning technique that uses only natural materials and produces superior leather
    Metalworking through Historic Crafts & Skills
       
    The primary difference between the frontiersman and the native Americans he encountered was that the native people knew little or nothing about metals, but the trader, trapper or mountain man depended on metal goods (knives, guns, traps, sewing needles) for his livelihood and survival.
    Soft Sole Plains Moccasins through Historic Crafts & Skills
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    Make a type of side-seam shoe worn by native Americans and travelers on Missouri 's frontier.




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