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Old 01-24-2006, 01:23 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by tipis
I am talking before 1880.....the new ones are poping up in Europe. Now that the "wall" is down, new collections are starting to show up in small museums and privately owned ones. Will not give specifics because of the their new book.

The new book will probably be out the end of this year or early next....along with mine.....we all hope.

As for the tipi you describe, price depends on how old, who made it, what comes with it, condition, and the cover design?

tipis,

I look forward to the book of the two authors and your book. What are they going to be called?

Where I work, we have a beautiful pre1860 Lakota tipi. It has over 100 pictographs on it. In relaying information to the public, I will stick to my orientation of 23 known pre-reservation bison hide tipis in existance.....

"until I get more updated information from your books" *L
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