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The show contains two more full-size tipis, giving an idea of the evolution of the form.
One is a replica of a Lakota buffalo-hide tipi that dates to pre-Reservation days, or before 1860.
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Another is from the Southern Cheyenne, dating to 1904, and is filled with beautifully made backrests and painted parfleches (folded, rawhide rectangular containers).
Women were typically responsible for making the tipi, and in many tribes they contributed abstract, beaded medallions to tipi covers, as can be seen in the 1904 tipi on display.
Men also created naturalistic designs on tipi covers and liners, which in the reservation era were also drawn in ledger books.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating