This essay explores the relationship between Plains Indian men and the tipi. It draws attention to tipi designs as a form of intellectual property. In addition, it highlights the ways in which warrior societies, past and present, have utilized tipis as spaces within which to conduct meetings, dances, and religious rituals.
|Title of host publication||Tipis and the Warrior Tradition|
|Publisher||University of Washington|
|State||Published - 2011|