Traditional Teeppe : News Photo

Traditional Teeppe

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Simon Scott / Contributor
This Native American teepee is traditionally used for medicine ceremonies and for shelter. With a fireplace in the center, the smoke can exit rough a specially designed flap at the top. The material cover is supported by several long and straight poles which are tied at the top.
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This Native American teepee is traditionally used for medicine ceremonies and for shelter. With a fireplace in the center, the smoke can exit rough a specially designed flap at the top. The material cover is supported by several long and straight poles which are tied at the top.
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Date created:
December 05, 2012
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157931862
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This Native American teepee is traditionally used for medicine... News Photo 157931862California,Ceremony,Malibu,Medicine,Native American,Religion,Square,Teepee,USA,UsedPhotographer Collection: Moment � Simon Scott, 2012This Native American teepee is traditionally used for medicine ceremonies and for shelter. With a fireplace in the center, the smoke can exit rough a specially designed flap at the top. The material cover is supported by several long and straight poles which are tied at the top.