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18th Century Material Culture

The Native Americans


Clothing & Head Dresses

Shirts

Eastern Woodlands Shirt


Collected by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Great Lakes Region Pullover Shirt of Deer Hide


18th Century
(Bob & Carolyn Nelson Gallery)

Great Lakes Region Pullover Shirt of Deer Hide


18th Century
(Bob & Carolyn Nelson Gallery)

Great Lakes Region Pullover Shirt of Deer Hide


18th Century
(Bob & Carolyn Nelson Gallery)

Breechcloths

Eastern Woodlands Breechcloth


Collected by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Eastern Woodlands Breechcloth


Collected by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Eastern Woodlands Breechcloth


Collected by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Leggings

Eastern Woodlands Leggings


Collected by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Eastern Woodlands Leggings


Collected by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Eastern Woodlands Leggings


Collected by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Eastern Woodlands Leggings


Collected by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Cloaks

Eastern Woodlands Cloak


Collected by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Eastern Woodlands Cloak


Collected by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Clothing

Anishinaabe Clothing
Collected by Lieutenant Andrew Foster c. 1790
(Smithsonian - National Museum of the American Indian )

Anishinaabe Clothing
Collected by Lieutenant Andrew Foster c. 1790
(Smithsonian - National Museum of the American Indian )

Anishinaabe Clothing
Collected by Lieutenant Andrew Foster c. 1790
(Smithsonian - National Museum of the American Indian )

Head Dresses

Eastern Woodlands Iroquois Headdress or Gostoweh


Deer Skin with Antlers, Porcupine Quills, Eagle & Owl Feathers & Down c. 1775 - 1800
(Samarkandian - Obtained by McCord Museum Founder, David Ross McCord)

Eastern Woodlands Head Dress


Collected & Worn by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Eastern Woodlands Head Dress


Collected & Worn by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot c. 1780
(Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

Native American Head Dress of Skin, Bark & Feathers from the Leverian Museum Owned by Sir Ashton Lever (1729 - 1788)
In an Album of 40 Watercolors Drawn by Sarah Stone c. 1780
(The British Museum)

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