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Pipestone National Monument (U.S. National Park Service)
For countless generations, American Indians have quarried the red pipestone found at this site. These grounds are sacred to many people because the pipestone quarried here is carved into pipes used for prayer. Many believe that the pipe's smoke carries one's prayer to the Great Spirit. The ...
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Pipestone System - Official Site
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Pipestone, Minnesota - Wikipedia
Pipestone is a city in Minnesota, United States, and the county seat of Pipestone County.The population was 4,317 at the 2010 census. The city is also the site of the Pipestone National Monument
Pipestone Indian Shrine Association - Pipestone National ...
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Pipestone - Official Site
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Pipestone, Minnesota - Home of the Red Stone Pipe
Catlinite - Wikipedia
Catlinite (also called pipestone) is a type of argillite (metamorphosed mudstone), usually brownish-red in color, which occurs in a matrix of Sioux Quartzite.Because it is fine-grained and easily worked, it is prized by Native Americans, primarily those of the Plains nations for use in making ceremonial pipes such as chanunpas.