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Plains Indian Hightop Moccasin Pattern

EV81 - Plains Indian Hightop Moccasin Pattern. This pattern includes men's sizes 7 through 12 and women's sizes 5 through 10. The Two Piece Hightop Moccasins were traditional to the Plains, Marsh and Woodland Indians of North America. For everyday wear they were worn without decoration, but for ceremonial and best dress they were often highly decorated with paint, porcupine quills, seed beads and other materials. Tribal distinctions were often shown by the type and design of the adornment on the moccasins. Within a few weeks of entering the fur trade, the clothing of the traders would wear out and most often they quickly adopted the dress and many of the customs of the Indian. Probably the first item of apparel the new "pilgrims" purchased or made was a pair of moccasins. Using this pattern you can create either Soft or Hard Sole Hightop Moccasins and there is a section on "Working with Leather" that is extremely helpful to the new craftsperson. This pattern includes men's sizes 7 through 12 and women's sizes 5 through 10. Indian Wars, Wild West, SASS, Mountain Man, Fur Trade Era, Pow Wow and Pow Wow living history events. Indian Wars, Wild West, SASS, Mountain Man, Fur Trade Era, PowWow and Pow Wow, Pow Wow living history events. Pow-wow (also powwow or pow wow ) is a gathering of North America's Native people. The word derives from the Narragansett word powwaw, meaning "spiritual leader". A modern pow-wow is a specific type of event where both Native American and non-Native American people meet to dance, sing, socialize, and honor American Indian culture. There is generally a dancing competition, often with significant prize money awarded. Pow-wows vary in length from one day session of 5 to 6 hours to three days. Major pow-wows or pow-wows called for a special occasion can be up to one week long.

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