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INDIAN TERRITORY REGULATORS
Contact Colin at 405-293-3132 or Jodi at (405) 395-8640 to have the Indian Territory Regulators at your event.
Cody and Angeline Wornkey portray settlers who crossed the plains by covered wagon. Prairie Farmers, living in a tent while gathering building supplies, they made friends with a nearby tribe, sharing hunting tips, life styles and trade.
Festival guests are invited to meet and visit with the Wornkeys for more stories and demonstrations of life on the plains.
The Saltfork Craftsmen
The Saltfork Craftsmen are joining us for the festival this year, They are a group of Artisan Blacksmiths which will enlighten attendees about the art and skill of blacksmithing. Although earlier day Blacksmiths forged items out of necessity, today’s blacksmiths are using those same skills to make everything from tools and decorative pieces to jewelry.
For more information about the Saltfork-Craftsmen-Artists Blacksmiths Association visit www.saltforkcraftsmen.org
Oklahoma Selfbow Society
The Oklahoma Selfbow Society will be attending the Annual Chisholm Trail Festival. OSS is committed to “Preserving The Heritage of Primitive Archery”. Members will be present demonstrating the tools and steps in building a selfbow. Demonstrations will also include making primitive arrows. OSS is the host of OJAM which is an annual Jamboree dedicated to teaching attendees in the art of building bows, arrows and knapping flint arrowheads. For more information log onto www.okselfbow.com.