FUR TRADE AXES & TOMAHAWKS

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PAGE 2- SOME ORIGINAL OWNERS
PAGE 3 SPIKE TOMAHAWKS
PAGE 4 SPIKE TOMAHAWKS- PART 2
PAGE 5 THE IROQUOIS SPIKE TOMAHAWKS
PAGE 6 CELT FORM AXES
PAGE 7 HALBERD TOMAHAWKS
PAGE 8- TRADE AXES
PAGE 9 BISCAYNE TRADE AXES - PART 2
PAGE 10 TRADE AXES - PART 3
PAGE 11 HUDSON'S BAY CO. TRADE AXES - PART 4
PAGE 12 HAMMER POLLED TOMAHAWKS
PAGE 13 BELT AXES
PAGE 14 PIPE TOMAHAWKS
PAGE 15 PIPE TOMAHAWKS - PART 2
PAGE 16 PERIOD TOY TOMAHAWKS
PAGE 17- FAKES, MISTAKES & REPRODUCTIONS - PART 1
PAGE 18 FAKES, MISTAKES & REPRODUCTIONS & MARKS- PART 2
PAGE 19 FAKES, MISTAKES & REPRODUCTIONS- PART 3
PAGE 20 FAKES, MISTAKES & REPRODUCTIONS- SUMMARY
PAGE 21 HALF AXES
Page 22 HOW OLD IS IT?
PAGE 23 REFERENCES
PAGE 24 LINKS
PAGE 25 ABOUT IRON & STEEL, MISC.
PAGE 26 TRADE AXES AS WEAPONS
PAGE 27 -- PRESERVING YOUR COLLECTION
Page 28 AXES OF THE WORLD
PAGE 29 OTHER TRADE ARTIFACTS
PAGE 30 MORE FAKES-- WILD WEST SHOW, LANCES, WAR CLUBS, LATIN AM., ETC.
PAGE 31 DOCUMENTING YOUR FINDS
PAGE 32 CONTACT /AUTHENTICATIONS
PAGE 33 FOR SALE; MY TOMAHAWKS & TRADE ARTIFACTS
PAGE 34 OTHER FUR TRADE ITEMS FOR SALE BY MY FRIENDS

spontoon pipe tomahawk
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Holds The Enemy; 7- 6, 1908 Apsaroke

Keokuk The Watchful Fox, w/ Missouri War Axe
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Chief of Fox tribe, George Catlin 1832

Cayuse tribe spontoon tomahawk, c. 1910
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Chief Standing Hawk holding a pipe tomahawk
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Cayuse tribe tomahawk, c. 1910

Bear-In-The-Fork-of-a-Tree Sauk Tribe1858
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group of 4 Pawnee & 1 mixed blood interpreter 1868
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Image courtesy of http://www.firstpeople.us

Dakota Yankton War Dance Ceremony 1867
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Smithsonian Museum Collection

Augustin Grignon -trader at Green Bay, WI
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holding a Jourdain pipe tomhawk

83 year old trapper
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François Gros-Louis, Canadian Fur trapper (1866)

Reaches The Sky - Osage tribe in 1877
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holding Missouri War Hatchet/Tomahawk

Chief-Joseph-Nez-Perce-1901
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Long Dog a Pawnee scout,Omaha Nebraska in c.1868
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ALEXANDER MACKENZIE C. 1800
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FIRST WHITE MAN TO TRAVERSE THE CONTINENT

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Pawnee named as-sau-taw-ka-(white-horse)
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Pawnee named tskararalisin-(eagle-chief)-1905
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Western Plains Pipe Tomahawk
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MISSOURI WAR AXE
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OSAGE

c. 1665 Iroquois louis nicholas codex canadensis
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By Louis Nicholas Codex Canadensis

Chewing-Elk- Comanche-1872
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WITH SPONTOON PIPE TOMAHAWK

1863 Chippewa Family
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NOTICE THE TRADE AXE ON LEFT & FELLING AXE ON RT.

c. 1875 Pawnee Brave w/ Missouri War Axe
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Head Chief of the Mountain Crow
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1871 Montana Territory 'Sits in the Middle of the Land', Kam-ne-but-se

SIOUX WOMAN CARRYING FIREWOOD
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OJIBWA WOMAN & CHILDREN
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"When your time comes to die, be not like those whose hearts are filled with fear of death, so that when their time comes they weep and pray for a little more time to live their lives over again in a different way. Sing your death song, and die like a hero going home. "

Tecumseh

 
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