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Scalping, an Art
The English man is walking and sees a Native American running after him.
The Native American captured the English Man and grabbed him by his hair
The Native American proceeds to cut right on the forehead and underneath the neck and rips the scalp off.
The Native American runs away at top speed and does a battle cry. He leaves the English man there to suffer and to be found by his people.
They stretch the scalp over a tambarine shaped object and lets it dry in the sun.
The Native Americans would paint the skin red and brush the hair. Then, they would hang it on a stick and carry it around town to show Triumph and Victory.
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