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|04-23-2013, 07:45 PM||#1|
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This may be a dumb question, but dumb people get smarter by asking questions. For the Nations such as Cheyenne, Arapaho, Comanche, Kiowa that did not do ribbonwork prereservation, would it be good to straight dance in plain breechclout or aprons with no trailer as worn prereservation? Or maybe when they received the straight dance the aprons/trailer with ribbonwork were part of it, like the otter for example?
|04-26-2013, 06:09 PM||#2|
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I did some more research. There are already several posts about this. Two of the best are "apron sets with trailer in front" (4-12-2004) and "long aprons in front" (6-10-2010). And, in the book, "In Citizen's Garb: Images of Native Americans on the Southern Plains, 1889-1891, Museum of the Great Plains: Lawton, n.d.), p. 32, I noticed that the person in photo 12 "Comanche Woman" is holding a stroud cloth blanket with ribbonwork. But, I wonder if she traded for it or if it is a photographer's prop.
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