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Otoe Missouri War Axe Tomahawk c. 1840-50: This is a rare and early Missouri War Axe Tomahawk attributed to the Otoe Native American Indians of Western...
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Mandan Missouri War Axe Tomahawk c. 1800:
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Missouri War Axe Tomahawk w/ Fringe Drop
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Southern Plains Missouri War Axe Tomahawk
1850: This is a unique, exceptional, and artful Southern Plains Native American Indians, war tomahawk with long, frilly, Buffalo hide fringe drop, circa 1850. This example ... [more like this]
Osage Missouri War Axe Tomahawk by Dunlap
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Otoe Missouri War Axe Tomahawk c. 1840-50:
This is a rare and early Missouri War Axe Tomahawk attributed to the Otoe Native American Indians of Western Iowa and dating to circa 1840-1850 Condition For a complete representation ... [more like this]
Mandan style, Upper Missouri Indian pole
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LOT OF 6 INDIAN TIN TYPES. 1) Tintype with
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Plains-Style Missouri Pipe Tomahawk reproduction.
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