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by Ernest Thompson Seton

Do 2 of the following for coup; 3 for grand coup:

(a) Make 3 useful articles, such as spoon, fork, fire-socket, bowls, etc., and decorate same with Indian design.

(b) Make a picture frame at least 8 x 10 inches, with back and inset for glass, out of a single piece of wood, and decorate same with carving.

(c) Carve a motto, appropriate for mantle or elsewhere, of at least 15 letters.

(d) Carve a chain out of a solid piece of wood, of 5 links, all to be intact.

(e) Carve a peace pipe as per instructions in Totem Board.

For Further Information, See: The Birch Bark Roll

 

 

   

 

 


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