Back in the pioneer days, boys, of course, didn't wear bonnets like the girls. ...
Yes, they did have mail order catalogs but items ordered didn't come to the house
Although the pioneers were a diverse group of people with varied background
and ethnicities, clothing worn by settlers in the 1840s through the 1860s had ...
For a printable PDF of this article, click How to Dress as a Pioneer Woman. ... For
safety reasons, plan to wear low-heeled, lace-up leather shoes or boots.
See more about Pioneer Bonnet, Pioneer Trek and Pattern Skirt. ... It is a hard
item to wear, being so white, but it makes me happy just seeing it hand and every
... like PJ pants; use the historic shape, and you'll stay comfortable, like they did!
Pioneers medicines were often homemade remedies and treatments made out of
roots and berries, because there was a lack of doctors on the early frontier.
Dressing in pioneer clothing can have a tremendous impact on the spirit of the
trek. ... Sunday aprons were made from white fabric and did not have a bib. ... (
Although the young women often wear denim jeans, on the trek they should be ...
Pioneers had to make all the thread they required for their clothing, draperies, ...
to have a hat with a wide brim and a girl to wear a bonnet to protect their eyes.
some early versions did exist), men wore hats and women wore bonnets to
protect themselves from the ... PIONEER CLOTHING - MEN. Pantaloons or
trowsers ... Over your shirt wear a leather belt or fabric sash and tie on a pouch. •
Jan 18, 2009 ... What Did Girls And Ladies In Pioneer Days Wear! Life on the prairie meant
making do with what you had and also learning new ways to sew ...
A Pioneer lady spent her days working hard on the prairie, making a fine home to
raise ... However isolated she was, she did find socialization with other women at
quilting parties and at church. ... Children did not always wear shoes or socks.