Keepers of the Sacred Tradition of Pipemakers, Pipestone

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We are dedicated to preserving free access to the Pipestone quarries by all Native American Indians as they have been for time immemorial. We also feel that it is important to preserve each tribe unique culture, stories and art for future generations by educating the public as well as our own tribal people.

We provide people to do presentations on Native American Indian Culture and history as well workshops giving you the opportunity to make a pipe, a necklace, a dream catcher, a leather bag and more. We also can bring Native American Indian dancers to your school or event.
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  • We stopped to check out the pipestone crafts. We had an excellent time visiting with the staff. He shared a lot of his knowledge and experiences with us. The healing drum was amazing. This is a must.....  more »
  • This is a giant replica of a peace pipe. The pipes were carved out of the soft pipestone. This is located just south of the Tain Depot which is open to the public. You can purchase pieces of...  more »

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