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soft leather shoe

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Soft-tanned moccasins of moose-hide, beaded in Indian designs, covered his feet.
Also, the dog-driver rubbed Buck's feet for half an hour each night after supper, and sacrificed the tops of his own moccasins to make four moccasins for Buck.
He ain't ever told me you was here; told me to come, and he'd show me a lot of water- moccasins.
Do the Maquas dare to leave the print of their moccasins in these woods?
Then I can take off my moccasins and he comfortable.
When my people call the young men to go on the war-path, the moccasin of Hard-Heart is the last.
Teams of players hide a marked bullet or other object under one of four moccasins.
The term crotalid is used to describe the Crotalinae subfamily (formerly know as the Crotalidae) of venomous snakes that includes rattlesnakes, copperheads and cottonmouths/water moccasins.
They also wore leggings and moccasins of buckskin, handsome calico shirts, and beautiful pouch, with broad belt ornamented with massive beadwork.
Laura, or if the long hair and moccasins were in deference to working in a ``creative'' industry (which isn't out of the question, since he at one point boasted of his golf handicap).
This issue's MoccasinCorner by Associate Editor Michael Kostelnik re-visits a pair of Southern Cheyenne style moccasins that he made for Bob Gurney in the 1980s and published here in 1989.
Rather, representatives of each native group will gather in village environments to build kayaks, make moccasins, prepare food, sing, dance - all for the purpose of familiarizing outsiders with their worlds.
a global footwear company that designs, manufacturers and markets casual shoes, outdoor and work footwear, slippers and moccasins.
This issue's edition of the MoccasinCorner revisits an article I wrote for the 1989 Fall-Winter edition of Whispering Wind magazine about a special pair of Southern Cheyenne style moccasins (pictured at right) I had made for Bob Gurney, one of the Whipmen of the American Indianist Society (AIS) Hethuska organization.
2) Kay Runsbuffalo handcrafts moccasins from buckskin.