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Old 09-13-2008, 09:58 PM   #14
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I know of, and have seen old pictures of, people where my wife is from (great lakes area.) I have seen fingerwoven sash turban w/ roach a lot. I have also seen that in the SE a bit too. Can't say I've seen otter cap w/ roach, but it wouldn't suprise me. I might have. So I know this is an old phenomenon. I think it looks ok. Seems to me like they were just trying to keep their heads warm while still wearing a roach.
So what do we say about this "warrior status" issue? Where do we draw the line as far as who need what rights to wear what? I've encountered people who think you have to be a warrior to even wear eagle feathers, so what about little johnny 12 y/o with an eagle bustle? Or heck...lets just say roaches..I'd be interested to hear what people think. I can't say I'm sure what I even think.
maybe I'll just go w/ historian's trad-trend-trad.
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