Dress (Other Keyword)

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19th Century Reform and Control at the Industrial School for Girls in Dorchester, Massachusetts (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only maddie penney.

An examination of the nineteenth century adornment assemblage from the Industrial School for Girls in Dorchester, Massachusetts, archaeologically excavated by Joseph Bagley and the Boston City Archaeology Lab during the summer of 2015. The school was staffed and administered by middle and upper-class Boston influenced by a Second Great Awakening reform movement, in which piety was the foundation for a number of reform efforts, including femininity, domesticity, and spiritual materialism. The...


Antiquities of the Southern Indians, Particularly of the Georgia Tribes (1873)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charles C. Jones, Jr..

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The Archaeology of Clothing and Bodily Adornment in Colonial America: A Case Study from 18th-century Spanish Texas (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Diana Loren.

Dress matters. More than purely functional, the color, fabric, and fit of clothing, along with adornments, posture, and manners, convey information on status, gender, bodily health, religious beliefs, and even sexual preferences. Colonial peoples created a language of appearance to express their bodies and identities through unique combinations of locally-made and imported clothing and adornment. In this paper, I discuss the active manipulations and combinations of clothing and adornment in...


Compilation of Historical Data Contributing To the Ethonography of Connecticut and Southern New England Indians (1936)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Froelich Rainey.

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Costumes of the Plains Indians (1915)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Clark Wissler.

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Ethnography of the Kutenai (1941)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Harry H. Turney-High.

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High and Low: Highland and Coastal Dress in the Andean Region, 100-800 (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sarahh Scher.

Dress can be a key aspect of stating a cultural or ethnic identity. Garment shapes, textile techniques, and accessories all contribute to creating a particular ensemble that can define a group identity. This effect can be heightened in the representation of dress, as the artist and patrons decide what are the essential elements that are worth depicting, and as the medium of representation dictates what can and cannot be conveyed visually. This paper examines the similarities and differences in...


Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery: Gulf Coast Olmec Sex, Gender, and Dress as Reflected in the San Bartolo Murals (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Billie Follensbee.

The murals within the Pinturas structure at the site of San Bartolo, Guatemala have provided invaluable information for understanding the Late Formative period Maya, as well as for understanding their emulation, adoption, and adaptation of Epi-Olmec culture, religion, and iconography. As noted by a number of scholars, the figures depicted in the murals have the distinctive, graceful, and relatively naturalistic body forms of early Maya images, but the facial types, clothing, and adornments...


Indians of North America (1961)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Harold E. Driver.

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The Indians of the western Great Lakes, 1615-1760 (1940)
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. Vernon (William Vernon) Kinietz. Antoine Denis Raudot.

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The Indians of the western Great Lakes, 1615-1760 (1940)
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. Vernon (William Vernon) Kinietz. Antoine Denis Raudot.

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Material Culture of the Blackfoot Indians (1910)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Clark Wissler.

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