Dream Catcher Plains Indian Antler Smokable Peace Pipe

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The Red Road = Black Elk, a widely known medicine man of the Oglala Lakota people (1863–1950), believed he had an obligation to "help to bring my people back into the sacred hoop, that they might again walk the red road in a sacred manner pleasing to the powers of the universe that are one power."[2]

Calumet pipes, often erroneously called “peace pipes,” are ceremonial tobacco pipes which were important in many Native American tribes.