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The Mystery of the Trees of Indian Heritage
Mystery Tree of Indian Heritage

The Mystery of the Trees - Markers of Native American Culture

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The Mystery of the Trees book documents the place of trees in the Native American culture. The trees were used to mark spiritual sites, as icons of their culture, as well as for marking trails. These trees are often called bent trees or trail trees.

For the Native Americans, trees provided fruit for food and a were a source of medicine. They harvested them to make canoes, utensils, cradleboards, and many other items necessary for their way of life.

Since 2007, the Mountain Stewards, located in Jasper, Georgia, have been researching the data and knowledge of the importance of the mystery trees. The book preserves aspects of Native American cultures that may disappear if not recorded.
Mystery of the Trees in Indian History
Mystery Tree in Indian Culture
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