How to Make a Native American Drum?

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To make a North American drum, you will first have to soak the skin until it is soft, place it on a flat clean surface, select the part of the skin you will use and use the pencil to draw a pattern round the frame. Cut the skin in a circular shape, cut the holes in your drum head that the lace will pass through and place the circle of soaked skin grain side down on the ground sheet. You can now start working the lace from one end to the other, gently pulling it as you go all around and you have your drum.
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1. Learn to play Native American drums by listening to Native American music. There are many great Native American music groups as well as recordings of traditional songs. Listen
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well im a frist nation and ill tell you what my fater told me. well there mostlly made of bear skin of deer skin and wood you get from trees.
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A Native American is what we call an Indian who lived or lives in the United States. The name Indian came from Christopher Columbus because he though he had landed in East Indies.
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In traditional Native American cultures, names are given out based on different criteria. Sometimes the name is based on the parents' family or clan. In some cases, the baby is not
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