Native Americans, like the people of all hunter-gatherer cultures, made complete use of their environment. Nothing was wasted. From fresh berries in season to quills carefully taken from porcupines, the Indians harvested nature. In the swamplands, grasslands and forested areas of North America, the plentiful deer were hunted all year round. For both spiritual and practical reasons, nearly every part of a freshly killed deer was used.
I am The Red Knight of the Night. (I like this one best.) The Red Knight of the Shadows. The Red Knight of the Seas The Red Knight of the East (I like this one second best.) The Red Knight of the Mountains.