ONAGOCAG WORKBOOK SERIES .. VOL. I
THE NEW ATLATL AND DART
WORKBOOK
HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN ATLATL AND DARTS FOR COMPETITION, HUNTING, AND FUN
WYATT R. KNAPP
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
WYATT KNAPP is an author, illustrator, artist and musician. All his life he has enjoyed a passion for primitive skills, history, and the outdoors. As a young boy he devoured the Ben Hunt Indian Craft Books and made as many of the projects in them as he could. 

He later attended Grand Valley State Colleges in Michigan where he majored in drawing and sculpture, and further explored his interest in both history and anthropology. It was there he first heard of Ishi, the last Yahi Indian, and knew that there was still hope he could find information on how to make stone arrowheads. 

Wyatt is a member of the Michigan Flintknappers and the World Atlatl Association. He has been published online as well as in various books and newspapers. He is the author of the website "The History And Primitive Technology Page" which was one of the select few to be featured in an article on primitive skills which appeared in Natural History Magazine. He wrote an ongoing column and feature articles for the Michigan Flintknappers Newsletter. Wyatt's publications have been used in colleges and university courses. His books have sold in the United States and Europe, as well as in countries such as Australia, Belgium, and China.

Wyatt resides with his wife Shari in West Michigan and Florida where they spend much of their time working as musicians in their eponymous singing duo. When Wyatt is not working on music or writing he spends his time flintknapping, shooting his flintlock muzzleloaders, and exploring primitive skills.

"OH-NAH-GO-SHOG"

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