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The tomahawk, sometimes referred to as a “hawk,” is a type of axe that was commonly used by the Native Americans and European Colonials in the early days of America. The name entered the English language in the 17th century as an adapted version of a Powhatan word.

In the 18th and 19th century, thousands of unique tomahawks were made by hand so that no two were exactly alike. Metal tomahawk heads were first introduced based on Royal Navy boarding axes, and before they came into common use, they were used as a trade item with Native Americans. Prior to this, tomahawk heads were usually made of stone.

Tomahawks were used as tools as well as melee or thrown weapons. Today, modern tomahawks serve several different purposes:

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In 2012, an estimated 3,020,633 people regularly played soccer in the United States. While only one of the many sports commonly played in the U.S., soccer offers an exciting opportunity for people of all ages to grow and progress both physically and mentally. For this reason, if you are looking for an activity for your child or even your whole family, an adult or youth soccer camp might be the perfect choice.

As a sport, soccer has been increasing in popularity since the first live coverage of a soccer match was broadcast on television in 1937. Since then, the soccer ball’s recognizable “buckyball” pattern, designed by Buckminster Fuller in the 1960s, has become world famous, and millions of people have taken part in everything from street games to professional Continue reading “Could A Soccer Youth Camp Be Right for Your Family?”