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Trail Marker Trees are ancient signposts from a time before GPS, compasses or maps. Shaped and molded by Native Americans while young saplings with the expectation they'd last for centuries, these living cultural navigational aids still point the way long after their makers have moved on.

Walk Past: 8 Amazing Native American Trail Marker Trees - Page 2 of 2

Walk Past: 8 Amazing Native American Trail Marker Trees - Page 2 of 2 - WebEcoist

Native Americans were experts at following animal trails, but these did not guide the tribespeople to sites needed for human survival and comfort.

These Trees Have Secret Native American Codes. Their Meaning? Brilliant!

Native American Trail Marker Trees: Signs of another time... WebEcoist

Walk Past: 8 Amazing Native American Trail Marker Trees

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Ancient Native American trails were marked by bending trees into trail markers - Outdoor Revival

Trail Marker Trees are ancient signposts from a time before GPS, compasses or maps. Shaped and molded by Native Americans while young saplings with the expectation they'd last for centuries, these living cultural navigational aids still point the way long after their makers have moved on.

Walk Past: 8 Amazing Native American Trail Marker Trees

Walk Past: 8 Amazing Native American Trail Marker Trees - WebEcoist

Mysterious bent trees are actually Native American trail markers

Mysterious bent trees are actually Native American trail markers

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What Is An Indian Marker Tree, And How Were They Used? (Photos) good article...learned something new !

A bent tree in Holliday will just look like an oddly shaped tree to most, but it is being recognized as an Indian marker tree.

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A little bit of everything in this post, just to make you laugh. We have a nice mixture this week of photos and drawings to hopefully bring a little cheer to your day!

Later, European settlers would often use these trail markers for guidance to the same resources: fresh water, mineral deposits, and safe-crossing points.

These Trees Have Secret Native American Codes. Their Meaning? Brilliant!

Unless you live in the middle of a bustling city, trees are probably something you take for granted. They surround us almost everywhere we go, making it hard not to forget about their existence every once in a while.

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From Edison films catalog: One of the most peculiar customs of the Sioux Tribe is here shown, the dancers being genuine Sioux Indians, in full war paint and .

What is an Indian Marker Tree?  (video on page 2)The following article was written by Steve Houser and published in the Neil Sperry e-Gardens news www.neilsperry.comHistorically, living in complete harmony with nature has been a way of life for the American Indian.  They relied on Nature for all their needs.  Many years ago, traveling from place to place required good navigational skills, directions along the way, and a method to mark common trails.  American Indians used trees to not only…

Trail trees or trail marker trees are hardwood trees throughout North America that Native Americans intentionally shaped with distinctive characteristics that convey that the tree was shaped by man rather than deformed by nature or disease.

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