Early America (History of Fashion and Costume) (Volume 4)

Early America (History of Fashion and Costume) (Volume 4)

Paige Weber


Describes the historical past of favor of local americans, in either North and South the US, and the British and French colonists of North America.

Early the USA covers the areas of South the US, critical the USA, and North the US, from the times of the earliest indigenous peoples till the arriving and cost of colonies throughout the overdue 1700s. starting with the background of weaving within the Andes and the evolution of textiles, this hugely illustrated advisor discusses every little thing from usual Inca, Mayan, and Aztec garments and ceremonial put on to early local American tribes in North the United States to British and French colonial types and their effect within the New World.

Coverage comprises pilgrim apparel, Quaker kind, homespun cloth, Dutch Colonial gown, knickerbockers, local gown of African slaves, the cotton undefined, the creation of Spanish and Portuguese colonial dress, and the army uniforms of the French, British, and progressive armies.

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