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Otis Tufton Mason, the founder of the Anthropologist Society of Washington, details the history of the archery tools used by the native peoples throughout the North American continent Hundreds of precise line drawings showcase the many varieties of bows, arrows, and quivers they crafted, and beautifully rendered images display tools and materials Sketched diagrams demonstrate exactly how the arrowpoints were mounted and the bows assembled Nearly all the illustrations are accompanied by an explanatory page of authoritative information, and Masons writing reveals his deep appreciation and admiration of the work hes presenting and the people who created it....

Title : North American Bows, Arrows, and Quivers: An Illustrated History
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ISBN : 1602391157
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Skyhorse Publishing n Second edition edition October 17, 2007
Number of Pages : 184 pages
File Size : 574 KB
Status : Available For Download
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North American Bows, Arrows, and Quivers: An Illustrated History Reviews

  • Larry E Grace
    2019-02-09 05:52

    Nice book to start with.

  • Kindle Customer
    2019-01-26 00:56

    I choose a 5 star rate for it historical renderings and it has cut away drawings of the bow limbs arrows and various tips.

  • jack christ
    2019-02-01 01:36

    The book was ok....but exactly what I expected

  • Amazon Customerjim
    2019-01-21 22:54

    better then i thought and service bang on+++++++

  • andrei
    2019-01-19 23:40

    Very detailed book about amerindians bows and arrows.

  • D. Baier
    2019-01-22 02:43

    This book was purchased for the Montana Bowhunter Education Foundation, it contains a great deal of information, was well written, easy to follow, and easy to find the specific info that you're looking for. We would recommend this book.

  • Amazon Customer
    2019-01-24 23:36

    This book is a waste of time and money for anyone wanting info on how to build a bow of any kind. The illustrations are hand drawn and not very good. If you saw this author in person, you would classify him as a person that likes to hear himself talk. It's a poor history lesson, in that a lot of the regions he talks about are not named with todays names.

  • Jimmy L. Anderson
    2019-02-01 22:54

    This book is an excellent reference on Native American weapons i give it 20 stars and A++++++++++++++++