A detailed book on making moccasins, with beautiful illustrations, history and differences in patterns and styles from Native American tribes such as the Iroquoian, Appache and Cheyenne.
Book size: 150mm x 227mm Paperback.
Paperback, 80 pages, 44 color photos & illustrations, with 43 pages of moccasin patterns and instructions and 21 historic period photographs
When published in 1969, George White’s book on making American Indian moccasins was the first comprehensive treatise on the subject and it remains so today. After George’s death, it has been published by his son Frank.
Frank White decided to retire from publishing in 2013, Crazy Crow acquired the rights to the book. As the last print run was exhausted, we decided to build upon George’s excellent work by adding our detailed Plains Hard-Sole & Soft Sole moccasin instructions with detailed illustrations, along with a number of full color photos of different moccasin styles.
We are pleased to make this new revised and expanded edition available and hope that it will bring many hours of pleasure to anyone who is interested in producing authentic, Native American footwear or moccasins.