By Al Herrin If you are interested in: bows and arrows, Indians, survival, primitive woodworking, then you should have this book. Al Herrin has preserved for posterity the "how to" of a disappearing art form; the making of traditional Cherokee bow and arrows. From finding the proper kinds of wood to the finished products. No fancy equipment required—just handtools and time. Rediscover the "romance" of hunting as the early Indians did.