Iroquois Clothing?

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The Iroquois Indians used European cloth adapted to their own style. Some wore feathers, some wore body jewelry, most wore moccasins. Typical clothing was breechcloth, leggings, sashes, and dresses.
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Iroquois clothing is made of things found in nature: hides, furs, plants and trees. Some pieces are adorned with glass beads or metal pieces. The clothing was made by the members of the Iroquois tribe, primarily the women.
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