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Nothing could be more frightening than to hear a blood curdling war cry in the wilderness. How foreign it must have been to see a native warrior decorated with war paint emerging from the forest. This fierce warrior holds his .62 caliber trade musket high above his head and it is personalized in a serpentine style decoration with paint. The powder and shot for his musket are carried in a horn and traditional pouch at his right side. Several other items obtained through trade with Europeans are evident such as the pipe tomahawk, steel knife hanging from his neck, and the textiles used for the pouch strap decorated with small Venetian glass beads.