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(hīd)
n.
The skin of an animal, especially the thick tough skin or pelt of a large animal.
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It was a blast, and it could have gone on for much longer than it did; The conversation ranged from Dennis' method of tanning hides (see "How to Tan a Deer Hide," Page 45) to aspects of ethical hunting and even into how to legally give venison away to relatives and neighbors.
The darkness of the caves was also useful, lending itself to the process of tanning hides to make leather.
Sinte Gleska University will explore developing certificate programs in specific traditional arts such as the use of bison products for creating ceremonial and daily use items and as a medium for mixing other arts (tanning hides, painting of hides, skulls and other bone segments, beaded and quilled items using primary bison bones and hides); provide workshops in each of the 20 reservation communities and on campus; and develop competencies for certifying master artists through alternative credentialing and degree attainment.