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Bear is 8 inches wide by 6 inches high

The Bear Clan members were the strong and steady police and legal guardians. Bear Clan members spent a lot of time patrolling the land surrounding the village, and in so doing, they learned which roots, bark, and plants could be used for medicines to treat the ailments of their people.

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loon mirror - different colours available

This Loon with Cattail Mirror is 15 inches wide by 15.5 inches high

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Offering Tobacco

Tobacco is used by native people to represent the honesty that they carry in their hearts when words are to be spoken between two people or to the spirit world. When a request is made, a teaching is shared, a question is asked, or a prayer is offered, the tobacco travels ahead of the words so that honesty will be received in a kind and respectful way. To offer tobacco is to pay an ultimate respect to that which you are asking.




End of Trail

End of Trail Panel is 12.5 inches wide by 11 inches high

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Quote From the Past

John Wooden Legs, Cheyenne

"Our land is everything to us... I will tell you one of the things we remember on our land. We remember that our grandfathers paid for it - with their lives."

Naanooshkaas

Hummingbird with Flower Panel is 14 inches wide by 12 inches high

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