Hupa/Yurok Style Bow (Part 3 of 6)

The Hupa Indians were a very complex and well adapted culture in North America. Their technology was very advanced and their cultural practices were rooted in spiritual connection and self reliance. Throughout this video series, Jeff and Mark will replicate an Hupa bow.

In a wilderness survival situation, primitive skills, bushcraft, and wilderness living skills can save your life. In this video we focus on primitive technology and show you how to make a traditional soapstone jewelry piece. If you enjoyed this video, give it a thumbs up, share it on social media and subscribe to Primitive Lifeways on YouTube. Find my website here:

Paiute Deadfall Trap:

How to Make a Bow Sting (part 1)

How to make a Bow string (part2)

River Cane Arrows(part 1)

River Cane Arrows(part 2)

River Cane Arrows(part 3)

Swiss Multitool

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