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Knitted Wit -  Knife River Indigenous Villages National Historical Site
Knitted Wit -  Knife River Indigenous Villages National Historical Site
Knitted Wit -  Knife River Indigenous Villages National Historical Site
Knitted Wit -  Knife River Indigenous Villages National Historical Site
Knitted Wit -  Knife River Indigenous Villages National Historical Site

Knitted Wit - Knife River Indigenous Villages National Historical Site

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Knitted Wit yarns are hand dyed  in Portland, Oregon. We recommend hand washing to extend the life of your project. Always use cold water! Lay flat to dry.

  • Manufacturer: Knitted Wit
  • Collection: National Park
  • Content: 80% Superwash Merino, 20% Nylon
  • Weight: Fingering
  • Needles: US 2-4
  • Yards: 420
  • Gauge: 24-32 sts = 4"
  • Color: Knife River Indigenous Villages National Historical Site

Where is it located?
In central-ish North Dakota, about 60 miles Northwest of Bismark.

Whose land does it reside upon?
The Knife River region has been home to various peoples for perhaps 11,000 years. Very few objects remain for us to learn about the cultures who lived here, but early written records and large quantities of cultural material document how the Hidatsa lived in earthlodge villages overlooking the Knife and Missouri Rivers for 500 years. They developed a prosperous way of life in harmony with nature and the cycle of the seasons.

The Mandan and Arikara joined the Hidatsa in settled villages south along the Missouri River. Together these three groups pioneered agriculture on the Northern Plains while still hunting bison and gathering wild edibles. Despite their similarities as earthlodge peoples, conflict and competition were not unknown between these three communities.

Tribes from across the Northern Plains journeyed to these permanent villages to trade, socialize, and make war. The Sioux, Cheyenne, Crow, Assiniboine, and Ojibwe, along with white traders, explorers, and artists, made the Knife River Indian Villages an exciting and cosmopolitan place. Foreign visitors also brought new diseases that dramatically altered communities and cultures and led to the end of the traditional lifestyle in the Knife River region.

When was it established?
1974

About this park: 
Earthlodge people hunted bison and other game, but were in essence farmers living in villages along the Missouri and its tributaries. The site was a major Native American trade center for hundreds of years prior to becoming an important market place for fur traders after 1750.

Why did we choose these colors?
We used this image of a pair of cloth gloves with beads and leather fringe as our inspiration: https://www.nps.gov/media/photo/gallery-item.htm?pg=3027810&id=A250E6DA-155D-4519-3E75364835F93A57&gid=A24E452B-155D-4519-3E14A326FD7B28E6

For more information:
NPS website: https://www.nps.gov/knri/index.htm
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kniferiverindianvillagesnps/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KnifeRiverIndianVillagesNHS

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