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The Pipestone Indian Shrine Association (PISA) is a non-profit cooperating association of the National Park Service established in 1955 to preserve the vanishing art of pipemaking and to assist Pipestone National Monument in the development of scientific, educational, & interpretive programs. This organization provides cultural demonstrators for the Pipestone National Monument to answer visitor questions and demonstrate their art form.

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Pipestone Indian Shrine Association's Downtown Gift Store - Prairie Maiden Treasures - Photo by Erica Volkir
Pipes at Prairie Maiden Treasures - Photo by Erica Volkir
How to Carve A Native American Pipe Book by Travis Erickson & Stanley Buckles
Cultural Demonstrator Carving at Pipestone Indian Shrine Association inside Visitor Center at Pipestone National Monument - Photo by Erica Volkir
Pipestone Carving Demonstration - Photo by Caroline Rohe
Pipestone:  An Unbroken Legacy DVD
Bear Pipe carved by Travis Erickson - Photo by Erica Volkir
Horse Pipe carved by Travis Erickson - Photo by Erica Volkir
Merchandise at Prairie Maiden Treasures - Photo by Erica Volkir
Vials of Pipestone Dust - Photo by Erica Volkir

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