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How to make a Native American Wing fan?

I would like to make an authentic Native Amercian wing fan, preferably Lakota Sioux or Cheyenne. Thank you for any assistance you can give me.

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First, only native people can have the feathers to make such a fan. They are sacred objects. We use eagle feathers, or the wings of eagles. I can't speak for the lakota people, but traditionally, my people, the tsis-tsis-tas,(southern cheyenne)only used them in ceremony. No disrespect to you, but you could make a replica from goose feathers painted to resemble eagle feathers.

~ NATIVE PRIDE~

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