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buckskin

body coat color in horses, varies from yellow to almost brown; the points, including mane, tail, lower limbs are brown to black.
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One who has risen to the challenge is Jack Kanya Buckskin, who started out working on Kaurna language projects, which included recording Kaurna words and phrases.
Jack Buckskin was the first young Kaurna person to take on the teaching of Kaurna in multiple programs when he embraced teaching in several programs concurrently in 2008.
For instance, growing up as a child, Buckskin would use words from three or four different South Australian Aboriginal languages in one sentence.
Her love of the American West had been stimulated by seeing the actor, Fess Parker, in his buckskins and racoonskin cap when promoting Davy Crockett in 1955.
The author covers hats to ward off rain and glare, union suits, infant dress, parasols, gloves, hairstyles, and Southwestern Indian feathers and buckskin.
These were carrying bags made of buckskin or rawhide and were used to carry clothing, food and all the little objects that the people accumulated.
With 150 students in six classes participating in the project, using actual buckskin or rawhide was out of the question.
To simulate the look of buckskin, the paper was crumpled up tightly and then carefully opened and laid flat.
The short, bearded man in fringed buckskins eased into the split-log seat of the shooting bench, nestled into the buttstock of the muzzleloader and squinted down the barrel.
It was my first time to see this unusual frontiersman, but there was no mistaking that this was Buckskin Bill.
Buckskin was born Sylvan Ambrose Hart in 1906, in Indian territory that later became Oklahoma; he moved to the Idaho wilderness area 45 years before my visit with him in 1978.
Collections of his pictures include Drawings (1897), Remington's Frontier Sketches (1898), A Bunch of Buckskins (1900), Western Types (1902), and Done in the Open (1902).