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242 Woodcraft Manual for Boys ARCHERY a. The bow strung. b. The cord fast at the lower end. c. The cord with loop at upper end. d. Feather ready to tie on. e. Feathers lashed on. f. Holding. WFJ r SIX SAMPLE ARROWS, SHOWING DIFFERENT FEATHERS A is a far-flying steel~pointed bobtnil, very good in wind. Bis another very good ar- ~ row. with a horn point. This went even better than A if there were no.wind. C is an Omaha war and deer arrow. Both heads and feathers are lashed on with amew. The lon tufts of down left on the feathers me to help in finding it again, as they are snow-white and wave in the breeze. The roovea on the shut ere to e the victim bleed more freely and be more easily tracked. is another Omaha arrow wi a peculiar owner's mark of rings carved in the middle. 1:: is a bone-headed bird shaft made by the Indians of the Meeken- zie River F is a wgrr arrow made by Geronimo. the famous Apache chief. Its shaft is three joints of a s ht cane. The tip is of hard wood, and on that is a fine qmrtz point; all being lashed er with sinew. .foML 4} ~43... -_ ‘1‘ ———_v x 1 - x. 4,. x 5‘. 3. a. _I‘l’. 1.4.. 4/; l 41