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Culture through Clothing

The goal of this exhibit is to look at various types of clothing from different tribes. In this exhibit, you will see clothes ranging from basic shirts to clothing used for religious activities. My goal was to organize the objects in a way that was cyclical, by starting with a traditional headdress used for adornment or ceremonial purposes and ending with a hat that is also used for adornment or ceremonial purposes. Two different things being used in similar ways. Moreover, the recurring theme, is practical attire with cultural pride right in the fabric.

A Buffalo Bill Center of the West Virtual Exhibit
Curated by: Aaron D.


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feather | bonnet | ribbon | ...
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Great Lakes | beaded cylinde...
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Oklahoma | Southern Arapaho ...
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Hinono'ei | Oklahoma | Arapa...
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Sioux | South Dakota | Ghost...
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Northern Plains | shirt | pi...
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South Dakota | Sioux | shirt...
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Northern Plains | Moccasins ...
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Northern Plains | Kiowa | to...
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Sioux | Northern Plains | ca...
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