Hard Trails Wore Out More Than Ponies by Howard Terpning
“Moccasins and all manner of equipment wore out constantly when the Plains Indians were traveling,” says Howard Terpning. “The long days were hard on their ponies and their gear. On lengthy journeys, they always carried awls and extra buckskin to make repairs on their
moccasins. These three Blackfoot men have stopped to rest their horses and themselves so that they may continue on their hard trail.”
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