Pueblo men traditionally wore kilts, breechcloths and headbands, whereas Pueblo women wore a particular style of cotton dress called the manta, which reached the knees. Men and women pulled their hair into a bun called a... More »

In the early days, Pueblo Indian men wore very little clothing, whereas the women wore long dress-like garments that covered their right shoulder, with the left exposed. Missionaries later influenced the female garments ... More »

The Pueblo people lived in the Mesa Verde region of the American Southwest in what is now Arizona and New Mexico. They also lived in some parts of Utah, Colorado and Texas. More »

In the early days, Pueblo Indian men wore very little clothing, whereas the women wore long dress-like garments that covered their right shoulder, with the left exposed. Missionaries later influenced the female garments ... More »

According to Native Languages of the Americas, the Zuni men wore breechcloths or loincloths, and the women wore knee-length cotton dresses called mantas. Zuni men usually wore very little. Generally, the only clothing th... More »

Creek Indian men typically wore leather leggings and breechcloths and the women typically wore deerskin or woven wraparound skirts. Men did not usually wear shirts, but when the weather became cool, both genders wore clo... More »

Miami tribe clothing consisted of skirts and leggings for women and breechcloths and leggings for men. Shirts were worn by both male and female Miami, particularly when temperatures dropped. Attached to their shirts, wom... More »

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