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Enchanted Learning for kids – make a model tipi from twigs and brown paper
The Guardian article about someone who lives in a tipi
History on the Net listing / information on Native American tribes / nations
Instructables how to make a teepee
Nomadics Tipi Makers tipi makers and tipi living information
Nomadics Tipi Makers instructions for putting up a Sioux tipi
NativeTech Native American technology & art
Plains Tipi interesting background information, plus an old photo of a wigwam (bender)
Simply Differently instructions for putting up tipis, cutting canvases etc.
Tipis-Tepees-Teepees tipi resource – manufacturers worldwide, huge Native American links page
Tipi Valley group of tipi dwellers in Wales
Wikihow how to make a teepee
Wikipedia entry on tipi
YouTube time-lapse video of setting up a tipi
YouTube how to set up a tipi
YouTube very detailed tipi set up video

Buying tipis

The Albion Canvas Co. Devon
Hearthworks Somerset
Shelters Unlimited Wales
Wigwam Sam Devon
Wolf Glen Tipis Scotland
World Tents Bucks
Zac’s Tipis they live in the tipis they make, South Wales

Tipi hire

Country Tipis Hertfordshire
Eve’s Tipis Isle of Wight and Festivals
Hearthworks Somerset
Tipis 4 Hire Hertfordshire
Tipirent.com Herefordshire
Wolf Glen Tipis Scotland
Zac’s Tipis they live in the tipis they make, South Wales

Tipi holidays

4 Winds Lake District
Anglesey Tipi & Yurt Holidays Anglesey
Big Green Tipi North Wales
Cariad Canvas Pembrokeshire
Cledan Valley Tipis Mid-Wales
Cornish Tipi Holidays Cornwall
Happy Tipi Devon
Isle of Wight Tipi Holidays Isle of Wight
Larkhill Tipis West Wales
Big Sky tipi holidays Sussex
Sustainability Centre Hampshire
Trellyn Woodland Campsite Pembrokeshire
Tyn-y-Fron North Wales
Woodland Tipis Herefordshire

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