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Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 20 May 2014 09:20
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Native American re-enactors gather at a camp during the Lost Arts Festival Saturday in Grand Rapids. There were several demonstrations during the event including, soap-making, fire-starting with flint and candle dipping. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune) SEE MORE PHOTOS

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Brian Jensen of Perrysburg, beads a horse mask for visitors at the Lost Arts Festival.
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Brenna Payne, 9, of Luckey runs along a pond bank during the Lost Arts Festival.
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Miranda Cleveland of Luckey rides a horse along a trail at the Lost Arts Festival.
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Brian Jensen of Perrysburg, beads a horse mask for visitors at the Lost Arts Festival.
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Katelynn Leemaster, 9, of Pemberville feels a moccasin as Stewart Orr of Bowling Green talks about the the various types of footwear used by indians.
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Sue Brinker fries morel mushrooms in a cast iron skillet as granddaughter Brenna Payne, 9, takes a drink at an indian camp.
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Grant Zelasko of Toledo, helps Allison Rakosik, 9, of Holland, Ohio, with her bow grip as she prepares to shoot targets.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 May 2014 09:38
 

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