|Frontier-Style Trade Tomahawk A|
|Frontier-Style Trade Tomahawk B|
|Frontier Trade Tomahawk referred to as "Black Hawk"|
|Pipe Tomahawk D|
Brass head, deer skin, glass beads, brass beads and tacks, horse hair, turkey feathers, and fur. Literally used in war and peace. Highly valued by natives. The picture shows 3 different styles/designs of Pipe Tomahawk. The price quoted is for one pipe tomahawk. Designs vary according to availability.
|Missouri River War Hawk E|
Brass or steel head, deer skin, glass beads, brass beads and tacks, horse hair, turkey feathers, fur or trade cloth. This is a large tomahawk, highly prized by the natives and well-documented in history books.
|Comanche War Hawk F|
|Mini Tomahawk G|
Steel head, deer skin, glass beads, brass beads, horse hair, turkey feathers, and brass tacks. Small tomahawks were built for kids to play with and also as a learning tool. Please indicate which head you prefer.
|Gun Stock War Club|
Wooden shaft shaped similar to a gun stock, metal point, brass tacks, glass beads, horse hair, and turkey feathers. Used by natives that had no access to gun powder or lead balls or the knowledge to use them. The stocks were taken and made into war clubs.
|Wooden Ball Head Club|
Hardwood, deer skin, glass beads, brass tacks and beads, horse hair, and turkey feathers. Type of weapon used primarily by woodland Indians. Comes with photocopy of an original (Eastern Sioux, c 1800) from a museum in Detroit, Michigan.
|Buffalo Jaw War Club|
|Cheyene Style Ceremonial Stone War Club|
Deer skin, glass beads, horse hair, brass tacs, and cones. The Cheyene made this style of war club specifically to be placed at the side of a war chief upon his death, as a tribute to a great leader. The war club is 28 inches in length.
Ceremonial Beaded Arrows Bows, Quivers and Arrow Sets Beaded Knife Sheaths
Dance Sticks Ceremonial Parfleche Beaded Pipe Bags Peace Pipes
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