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18th Century Material Culture The Native Americans
18th Century Material Culture
The Native Americans
Footwear
Footwear
18th Century Material Culture The Native Americans Footwear
18th Century Material Culture The Native Americans Footwear
Footwear
Footwear
Northeast - Great Lakes / Eastern Great Lakes (Ottawa?) Tanned & Black Dyed Hide Moccasins

Northeast - Great Lakes / Eastern Great Lakes (Ottawa?) Tanned & Black Dyed Hide Moccasins c. 1775 - 1800 (Missouri History Museum - www.splendidheritage.com)

Northeast - Great Lakes / Eastern Great Lakes (Santee?) Tanned Deerskin Moccasins c. 1775 -

Northeast - Great Lakes / Eastern Great Lakes (Santee?) Tanned Deerskin Moccasins c. 1775 - 1800 (Alexander Gallery - www.splendidheritage.com)

Northeast - Great Lakes / Eastern Great Lakes Tanned Deerskin Moccasins c. 1775 - 1800

Northeast - Great Lakes / Eastern Great Lakes Tanned Deerskin Moccasins c. 1775 - 1800 (Alexander Gallery - www.splendidheritage.com)

Cree Moccasins Made of Hide with Porcupine Quillwork c. 1750 - 1800 (The British Museum)

Cree Moccasins Made of Hide with Porcupine Quillwork c. 1750 - 1800 (The British Museum)

Northeast American Moccasins with Porcupine Quill From the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West, and

Northeast American Moccasins with Porcupine Quill From the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West, and Depicted in “The Death of General Wolfe” c. 1750 - 1770 (The British Museum)

Northeast Great Lakes Region Native American Deerskin Moccasins Possibly Tourist Trade Items from the Late
Northeast Great Lakes Region Native American Deerskin Moccasins Possibly Tourist Trade Items from the Late

Northeast Great Lakes Region Native American Deerskin Moccasins Possibly Tourist Trade Items from the Late 18th Century or Modified House Slippers 18th Century (Fort Ligonier)

Northeast American Moccasins with Porcupine Quill From the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West, and

Northeast American Moccasins with Porcupine Quill From the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West, and Depicted in “The Death of General Wolfe” c. 1750 - 1770 (The British Museum)

“The Death of General Wolfe” by Benjamin West 1770 (National Gallery of Canada)

“The Death of General Wolfe”

by Benjamin West

1770

(National Gallery of Canada)

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin from the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 -

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin from the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 - 1770 (The British Museum)

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin from the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 -

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin from the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 - 1770 (The British Museum)

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin from the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 -

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin from the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 - 1770 (The British Museum)

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin From the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 -

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin From the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 - 1770 (The British Museum)

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin from the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 -

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin from the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 - 1770 (The British Museum)

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin from the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 -

Algonquian Moose Skin Moccasin from the Studio of the Artist, Benjamin West c. 1750 - 1770 (The British Museum)

Iroquois Black - Tanned Moccasin 18th Century (Cowan’s Auctions)

Iroquois Black - Tanned Moccasin 18th Century (Cowan’s Auctions)

Eastern North American Deerskin Moccasins with Silk, Glass Beads, Metallic Braid and Tin Cones Collected

Eastern North American Deerskin Moccasins with Silk, Glass Beads, Metallic Braid and Tin Cones Collected by British Ocer Colonel Frederick Thomas during the American War For Independence and take to England in 1780 (Colonial Williamsburg Foundation)

Eastern Great Lakes Native American Moccasins Collected by British O ffi cer Colonel Frederick Thomas

Eastern Great Lakes Native American Moccasins Collected by British Ocer Colonel Frederick Thomas during the American War For Independence and take to England in 1780 (Peabody Essex Museum - East India Marine Society Collection)

Eastern Great Lakes Native American Moccasins Collected by British O ffi cer Colonel Frederick Thomas

Eastern Great Lakes Native American Moccasins Collected by British Ocer Colonel Frederick Thomas during the American War For Independence and take to England in 1780 (Peabody Essex Museum - East India Marine Society Collection)

Eastern Woodlands Wyandotte / Huron Moccasins Collected & Worn by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of

Eastern Woodlands Wyandotte / Huron Moccasins Collected & Worn by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot (Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

c. 1775 - 1780

Eastern Woodlands Wyandotte / Huron Moccasins Collected & Worn by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of

Eastern Woodlands Wyandotte / Huron Moccasins Collected & Worn by Lieutenant, Sir John Caldwell, of H.M. 8th Regiment of Foot (Canadian Museum of History - Speyer Collection)

c. 1775 - 1780

Captain Bull’s War Party, Recreated

Captain Bull’s War Party, Recreated

Acknowledgements
Acknowledgements

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