1960's NATIVE AMERICAN CROW INDIAN LEATHER MOCCASINS
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This is a sensational1960's PAIR OF HANDMADE NATIVE AMERICAN CROW INDIAN LEATHER & BEADED MOCCASINS made by the CROW INDIANS of MONTANA The Crow Indian Tribe, also called the Absaroka or Apsaalooke, are a tribe of Native Americans who historically lived in the Yellowstone river valley and now live on a reservation south of Billings, Montana.
The tribal headquarters are located at Crow Agency, Montana. The tribe hosts a large pow-wow, rodeo, and parade annually. Much of the art of the Crow IndianTribe is sold at this annual Pow-Wow.
The Crow language is a member of the Missouri Valley Siouan languages. They split from the Hidatsa tribe in present-day North Dakota.
The traditional shelters of the Crow are tepees made with buffalo skins and wooden poles. They are known to contruct some of the largest tepees. Inside they have mattresses to sleep on along the borders of their shelters, and a fire place, which the smoke escapes from through a hole in the top of the tepee. Many Crow families still own and use the tepee, especially when traveling. Crow Fair has been described... read more