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Since our tipis (teepees, tepees) are as authentic as possible in our contemporary world, they bring to the 21st century a “living artifact”. They make it possible to experience what a nomadic culture experienced hundreds of years ago. Our tipis (teepees, tepees) are authentic Sioux style to which we have added reinforcing and design variations that are the results of our own tipi living...
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Emphasis on quality is obvious when you inspect one of our Indian tipis. Only the finest water repellent tipi fabrics are used, stress areas are heavily reinforced, all authentic features are carefully preserved, including gores and smoke flap pockets, and every tipi comes with complete instructions for installation, use, care and maintenance. The basic design is Sioux with the Cheyenne smoke...
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The Tee Pee Mexican Restaurant has been around for nearly 40 years and is recognized as one of the Best Mexican Restaurants in Arizona. Family and locally owned Tee Pee Mexican Food has been serving the Valley Mexican comfort food since 1958 – the bar and restaurant is located in the Arcadia...
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Custom canvas teepees and canvas tents handcrafted in Cody, Wyoming. We use what we make! Canvas teepees, range tents, wall tents, canvas bedrolls, and custom canvas products! Here at Western Canvas Wyoming we pride ourselves on being outdoor enthusiasts and understand the need for quality...
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We build authentic Native American tipis of all sizes, and offer bulk canvas sales and repair. You can choose to purchase either a Tipi Package selection that normally is sent within 24 hours or we can build you a custom one that meets your particular specifications. Tipis are a wonderful way to...
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Teepee Lodging, Native American culture, Blackfeet Art and Camping in Browning, Montana. Welcome to Lodgepole Gallery and Tipi Village! Lodgepole Gallery, tucked in the breathtaking foothills of the Rocky Mountains bordering Glacier National Park, near Browning, Montana is a place of gathering for those from all over the world for an authentic venture into the life of the Blackfeet Indian. We...
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Under each of the relevant page links, you should be able to find lots of useful information about the teepees for sale which sit in that particular category. We have tried to be as descriptive as possible about each particular teepee for sale but we have also provided the link straight through to Amazon for you to read more information about the product, pricing and delivery terms....
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New tipis, used tipis, tipi poles, tipi rentals and tipi repairs. We build durable, contemporary tipis for commercial operations and ordinary folks. New tipis, used tipis and poles are available. Rentals and repairs are welcome. Tipi pitching is made easy and safe with our patented “Widgets”. We build durable, contemporary Tipis for all kinds of commercial operations and ordinary folks.
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Wigwam Vilage #2 in the Mammoth Cave area of South Central Kentucky is on the National and Kentucky Registers of Historic Places and offers a unique opportunity to step back in time to a more relaxed era. Of the seven original Wigwam Villages, only three remain: #2 in Cave City, Kentucky, #6 in Holbrook, Arizona. and #7 in Riallto, California. Wigwam Village #2 is an impressive sight and is...
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Tipi Village Retreat offers luxurious tipi living in a unique Oregon woodland getaway. Enjoy a wedding, a quiet group gathering, a family retreat - or an adventure vacation in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. “Treat the earth well. It was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children.”.
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Authentic native American tipis,tepees,teepees,made in Yoakum, Texas. Tepees (also spelled, teepees and tipis) are remarkable dwellings. Due to their unique qualities, tipis are experiencing a resurgence in popularity all around the country, not only because of their majestic beauty, but also their ability to privide an alternative shelter during hard times. Shelter is a major essential for...
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The conical shelter known as wigwam has been developed by the Eastern Woodland Indians. They used poles to form a frame which was then covered with large sheets of birchbark. When tribes such as the Sioux, Arapaho, and Cheyenne moved to the Plains, they became nomadic to follow the buffalo herds. They had to adapt the wigwam to their new way of life. Birchbark was not longer available, it was...
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