Who Invented the First Hat?


In 1865, John Batterson Stetson invented and sold his first hat in Central City, Colorado, a wide-brimmed, high-crowned, design that he called ?Boss of the Plains,? more commonly known as the ten-gallon cowboy hat. John Stetson was a hatmaker from New Jersey who moved west to seek his fortune during the gold rush. Stetson's cowboy hat was later renamed Stetson after the maker. The hats protected cowboy eyes from the sun and cowboy necks from the rain and could also double as a water bowl.
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While hats were of course used as protection from nature and weather, they quickly became symbols of status. Egyptian artwork shows gods and kings wearing headdresses. In Rome and
The Greeks invented the first hat called a petasos, which was used as protection
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