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DRESSES of the Native American Indian

PLAINS INDIAN - BEADED BUCKSKIN / ELK TOOTH DRESSES

(Native Women's Dresses) of the Plains Indian - Sioux, Cheyenne, Arapaho, Blackfoot, Blackfeet, Nez Perce', Apache, etc.

QUANAH PARKER'S DAUGHTER'S DRESS

REPLICA CHEYENNE DRESS circa 1850

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Cheyenne Dress circa 1850

Although the original dress has been identified as Sioux, it displays decided Cheyenne characteristics, not only in the cut and shape but, for example - the large amount of black beads used in the beadwork. $4300

This dress is in a private collection in Utah

Comanche girl's dress - replica of dress made for Quanah Parker's daughter when she was around six years old

The dress was made for the museum at Copper Breaks State Park - Quanah Texas (Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept)

This example was $2895 \ child's moccasins $299
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CHEYENNE GIRL'S DRESS
cheyenne dress
Note: If you do not have the space on your wall for an adult dress - we can make you a child's dress (daughter's dress)
ARAPAHO / SOUTHERN CHEYENNE DRESS

EARTH MANTLE

I am of the earth and I wear my mantle with its many colors. The brown for fertile soil and the green for new growth. Many journeys have been made across the straight paths of red walking under the blue sky. I have gone many directions. Each thong represents a journey accomplished and the elk teeth have given me much stamina to do what I must do. I have great wealth. There are yet many mountains to climb and I know that my journeys will be blessed with Great Spirit along my way.

Cheyenne girl's dress (museum replica)

deer skin, seed beads, hawk bells, clay pigment paint, etc. $3250

see also adult dress (page two)

DRESS MADE FOR HYDE PARK ON HUDSON (MOVIE)
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Replica of a woman's dress - Southern Cheyenne or Arapaho ca. 1890's Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of New Mexico

This example was $4100

Description: clay pigment paints, hand cut fringes, red trade cloth, seed beads, tin cones, etc.

This dress is in a private collection in Wyoming

The story of the love affair between FDR and his distant cousin Margaret Stuckley, centered around the weekend in 1939 when the King and Queen of the United Kingdom visited upstate New York.

Native Arts Trading is proud to announce that they have provided Native American clothing for the forthcoming Film Four release “Hyde Park on Hudson” starring Bill Murray.

white buckskin, glass beads, clay earth pigment paints, hand cut fringe, etc.

beaded headband
Head band and dress worn by actor playing Princess Te Ata, a Chickasaw Storyteller
note: the dress was worn back to front in the movie!
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This dress was not antiqued to look old
beaded belt
matching moccasins $699
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Ladies belt (5 inches wide) - seed beads, deer skin, lined with old time calico.

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