The Iroquois used animal skin for making clothing, whereby women wore long skirts, and men wore long breechcloths and leggings. Men and women also wore soft shoes made from leather, called "moccasins." More »

Although Iroquois children did not have much free time, to have fun they would play with cornhusk dolls, toys and games, including sports like lacrosse. Adults would use cow horn rattles and water drums to produce music ... More »

The most prominent weapons in an Iroquois man's arsenal were the bow, war club, knife, lance and tomahawk. Although today the war club and tomahawk are most often associated with the Iroquois, a warrior could utilize any... More »

Portuguese traditional dress varies regionally, but it typically consists of bouffant long skirts for women and shortened leggings, waist coasts and sombreros for men. Known as saia, women's skirts display vibrant checke... More »

Cree women generally wore long dresses that were equipped with removable sleeves, while Cree men usually wore leggings and breechcloths. Breechcloths were a type of garment that passed through the thighs and was held up ... More »

Iroquois, or Haudenosaunee, typically made clothing from woven fibers and animal hides, such as deerskin. They adorned their clothing with wooden beads, porcupine quills and feathers. Traditionally, men wore breechcloths... 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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