My name is Matthew Fenn. I recently purchased a pair of rodeo chaps from you. (The guy with the little legs that needed a good custom fit). I received the chaps a week ago today. A little early from the time I was supposed to get them. Thank you for getting them here on-time, early.
The chaps fit perfect. The quality is outstanding. The craftsmanship really shows. Everything was beyond my expectations. Keep up the great work. I will make certain that anyone I know, who is in the market for a great pair of chaps, must contact you folks.
Phoenix, AZ 85046 (10-18-06)
Native American Beadwork by Shoshone Bannock Tribes
Shoshonean Nation geographically existed over the territories from Mexico to Canada. We were hunters and gathers who moved with the seasons to gather various foods and products. We called ourselves the names of the food we ate (Augi Dika, Tuka Dika, Coo chun Dika) from our geographical areas. Some of the tribes composed of the nation are tribes known today as the Shoshones, Bannock, Paiute, Comanche, Hopi, Ute, Cahuilla, Mission, and other linguistic Uto Aztecan speaking groups.
The Shoshones and Bannocks entered into peace treaties in 1863 and 1868 known today as the Fort Bridger Treaty. The Fort Hall Reservation was reserved for the various tribes under the treaty agreement.
We at B Bar B are fortunate to be located only about 15 miles from Fort Hall. This allows us access to the unique crafts of Native American artists and lets us bring to you those products. Each item is an individual and unique piece of artwork handcrafted by Shoshone Bannock tribal members. Each piece incorporates their pride, heritage, and their skilled craftsmanship which has been passed down through generations.