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by Ernest Thompson Seton

Tie from memory, know the name and use of 20 different standard knots, mounted and tagged for exhibition, for coup. 40 for grand coup.

Make 10 feet of rope, 1/2-inch thick, from bark, vine, grass, root or horsehair, which will in actual demonstration support 100 pounds, for coup. Make 15 feet of such rope from materials all gathered and prepared by self, for grand coup.

Make 15 feet of rawhide riata, preparing the necessary hide from which to make this riata, as well as making the riata itself, for coup. Make a rawhide lasso, not less than 25 feet long, equipped with rawhide hondu, all fit and strong for service, for grand coup.

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