Then they saw the bronze faces with the scalp lock above them, peering forth.
In his scalp lock was fastened a number of eagle feathers, and of course he wore two or three necklaces of beads and wampum.
This consisted in plucking out the hair of his head, all but a tuft, or scalp lock, to which coloured feathers were tied.
His head was thrown back as if in defiance, and above it rose a single red feather twined in the scalp lock.
It was a disgrace for a warrior to lose his scalp lock, and a great trophy of victory for any foe who cut it off.
About it lie the Ricahecrians, the moccasins of one touching the scalp lock of another.
Forgetting the urgent need to reach the canoes, he felt with his hand for the Chippeway's scalp lock.
Ernest began twisting his scalp lock again and Carol hitched up his suspenders to keep up his courage.
His head hit the edge of the roof, which laid his scalp lock right back on his head.
His scalp lock was braided; the rest of the hair was well greased and hung to his shoulders.