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February 28th, 2003 No comments

Indian Archery
Indian Archery
60''indio archery deer hunter?

Hello everyone, After my wedding, my uncle all came over seventy years and told me he had something for me. So my beautiful wife and I went to his car to see what I had. He decided he wanted me to have his 55 # Indian Archery deer hunter who bought 1974 or so, not knowing exactly when you bought it. Anyway, I took the thing and have been playing with it since then and I think very very nice! All opinions on this particular bow? 10 pts. responding to the most entertainment. Many thanks to Josh. Yes, I also like The Deerslayer "" name … maybe I'll sit next to my Ithaca Deerlslayer … lol.

I'm not familiar with that model, but the deer hunter My favorite nickname. I really just wanted to say congratulations on your recent wedding.




















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Corinna-Maria 925 Sterling Silver Bow and Arrow Earrings


Corinna-Maria 925 Sterling Silver Bow and Arrow Earrings


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Bow and Arrow Archery Earrings. Made of 925 Sterling Silver. Approx. Charm Size: 1 1/4 inches x 3/8 inches. French hooks are sterling silver. Great gift item for Hunger Games or Katniss fans….

Adults Unisex PU Coated DIY & Gardening Work Gloves (X-Large) (Blue)


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Set 5 Painted Decorative Metal Arrows | Colorful Native American Indian Archery


Set 5 Painted Decorative Metal Arrows | Colorful Native American Indian Archery


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Bow and Arrow Play set - Youth Shooting Archery Kit - Outdoor Hunting Brave Weapon


Bow and Arrow Play set – Youth Shooting Archery Kit – Outdoor Hunting Brave Weapon


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When Christopher Columbus discovered North America, he mistakenly believed he had discovered the Indies. This led to the name "Indian." It is believed that the first Native American found a land bridge across the Bering Sound, from Siberia to Alaska. This would have been during the last ice age about twenty thousand years ago.

When Europeans discovered America, there were approximately ten million Indians already living there. These Indians were surprised by the white skin and European technology, which would eventually account for them.

While the Indians were surprised by the Europeans, but also realized that they were greedy, and see nature as a means to gain wealth and power. North American Indian nature views, and life extension as sacred, and European views were abhorrent to them.

Not only the white man's fancy tools provide, and the need for land but also diseases affecting Indian tribes hard, decimating its population. The Indians were outnumbered by the invaders, and had inferior weapons to defend themselves. While Europeans had metal knives and swords, American Indians had bows and arrows and spears of raw wood. Arrows have had today and this is where the sport of archery originates.

While the Indians were here first, Europeans regarded them as nothing more than the nomads, with no claim to the land.

Although the Indians had inferior weapons, fought fiercely and the Indian warrior was feared for its ferocity in battle. Many of them were excellent marksmen with the bow, and they knew the land intimately, making it difficult for Europeans to conquer.

But no matter how many Europeans killed the Indians, rather than replace your number overseas.

Europeans came to exterminate the existing tribes in North America and the last great battle was fought in 1890, when thousands of indigenous children, women and men were massacred by U.S. cavalry.

That battle almost finished the wars that plagued North America, and left a stain on American history that remains today. The remaining Indians were assimilated well, or repressed. The culture that the Indians had fought so hard for all but lost.

While the history of North American Indians is tragic, yet remain today, though a shadow of what they were. They are, and were a proud people, with a remarkable heritage and thanks to them archery has been recognized in worldwide.

My name is Ted Lake and I’m building a website in memory of my dad Deuaine Lake. This site is all about Archery and Archery Hunting. My dad started me when I was 5 years old (1956) and I’ve continued to teach both my boys the same respect for the sport of archery.Please feel welcome to visit my free website at http://www.complete-archery-information.com.

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