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FAQs Yurt

FAQs Yurt

Is the yurt a home for the whole year? Yes. The yurt is a portable dwelling and suitable as a permanent residence. Its original design is ancestral and has been perfected for many generations to meet the needs of its inhabitants. It can be warm in Arctic winters and...

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About Inipi

About Inipi

Extract from the book "The Gift of Power" Archie Fire Lame Deer, The Inipi or Iniunkajaktelo, which means "we are going to pray at the Sweat Lodge" is an ancestral ceremony of the Lakota Nation. It is the medicine of the four directions and the four elements (fire,...

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The Culture of buffalo

The Culture of buffalo

The American bison, also known as buffalo, was critical to the survival of the tribes on the Great Plains. It was their main source of food. These animals provided resources to make items such as covers for their homes, glasses, beds, ornaments, tools, knives,...

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FAQs Yurt

FAQs Yurt

Is the yurt a home for the whole year? Yes. The yurt is a portable dwelling and suitable as a permanent residence. Its original design is ancestral and has been perfected for many generations to meet the needs of its inhabitants. It can be warm in Arctic winters and...

read more
About Inipi

About Inipi

Extract from the book "The Gift of Power" Archie Fire Lame Deer, The Inipi or Iniunkajaktelo, which means "we are going to pray at the Sweat Lodge" is an ancestral ceremony of the Lakota Nation. It is the medicine of the four directions and the four elements (fire,...

read more
The Culture of buffalo

The Culture of buffalo

The American bison, also known as buffalo, was critical to the survival of the tribes on the Great Plains. It was their main source of food. These animals provided resources to make items such as covers for their homes, glasses, beds, ornaments, tools, knives,...

read more

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