What Clothes Did the Northwest Coast Indians Wear?

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The Northwest Coast Indians wore cedar bark and very little use of the animal skins. Their garments were designed for shedding water than for providing warmth they went barefoot even in winter. The women wore skirts of shredded cedar bark that was added with a buckskin slip on cold days
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