Karel Janoušek / Apisimôsos

Karel Janoušek / Apisimôsos

North Am. living history natural cultures 17-18cent., make replicas, jewelry, import beads, silk and colors of India, variety and manufacture to order...
Karel Janoušek / Apisimôsos
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NativeTech: Great Lakes Region: REGIONAL OVERVIEW OF NATIVE AMERICAN CLOTHING STYLES

NativeTech: Great Lakes Region: REGIONAL OVERVIEW OF NATIVE AMERICAN CLOTHING STYLES

Wôbanaki 1800 - The French name for this jacket is a "mantelet". Some Eastern Woodland Native American wore these. This mantelet is made of a cotton fabric known as "calico". The fabric would have been imported from India, and the jacket would have been received in trade.

Wôbanaki 1800 - The French name for this jacket is a "mantelet". Some Eastern Woodland Native American wore these. This mantelet is made of a cotton fabric known as "calico". The fabric would have been imported from India, and the jacket would have been received in trade.

Wôbanaki Women's 1800 - This woman wears a sash around her waist & garters, called “kiganibial”, tied on just under her knees. The finger woven garters help to keep the woman's leggings in place.These are wool leggings, called “medasal”. They are tied to a belt at the waist to keep them up. Leggings were worn for warmth and to protect one's legs when walking through scratchy undergrowth. These leggings have been decorated with ribbons and white glass beads, all received in trade.

Wôbanaki Women's 1800 - This woman wears a sash around her waist & garters, called “kiganibial”, tied on just under her knees. The finger woven garters help to keep the woman's leggings in place.These are wool leggings, called “medasal”. They are tied to a belt at the waist to keep them up. Leggings were worn for warmth and to protect one's legs when walking through scratchy undergrowth. These leggings have been decorated with ribbons and white glass beads, all received in trade.

Woodland Indian Clothing Northern Great Lakes style wool hood and British coat is worn in colder weather.

Woodland Indian Clothing Northern Great Lakes style wool hood and British coat is worn in colder weather.

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Abenakowie, Abenaki)

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Abenakowie, Abenaki)

http://www.americancenturies.mass.edu/activities/dressup/notflash/1770_wob_woman.html

http://www.americancenturies.mass.edu/activities/dressup/notflash/1770_wob_woman.html

Woodland Native Americans | from "A Woodsrunner's Diary: Clothing and Equipment"

Woodland Native Americans | from "A Woodsrunner's Diary: Clothing and Equipment"

Iroquois Indian Museum

Iroquois Indian Museum