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Clothing. Native Americans. Did you know…. Everybody’s clothes were hand made and they would tan them so there clothes did not rot. Gustoweh. Men also wore hats called gustoweh ,and most had feathers . Breechcloth. Iroquois men wore breechcloth’s with legging’s. Vocabulary.

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clothing

Clothing

Native Americans

did you know
Did you know…

Everybody’s clothes were hand made and they would tan them so there clothes did not rot.

gustoweh
Gustoweh

Men also wore hats called gustoweh ,and most had feathers.

breechcloth
Breechcloth
  • Iroquois men wore breechcloth’s with legging’s
vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Breechcloth, A piece of cloth tucked in the belt at the front and back.
  • Leggings, two different pants.
super duper fun facts
Super duper fun facts
  • Most clothes were decorated with items like porcupine quills, moose hair and shells. The animal hide or fur was sewn together with sinew (tendons).
native american hairstyles
Native American Hairstyles

Men and boys ages 15 and up often only had strip of hair on top of their head. Today we call this a mowhawk.

more facts
More facts
  • The bravest warriors of a tribe wore headdresses made of eagle feathers.
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Thanks for watching!
  • By Markus, Eddie, Steven and John