HOW TO MAKE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BOWS
One end at a time the stave is warmed in a small fire and bent into a curve using a dead tree stump as a jig. Following this procedure, the willow bow is immediately strung and its belly is selectively thinned to achieve the desired symmetrical form in this professional how to make a primitive California Native bow picture documentary.
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