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Conversation Between naabkwaanshiinh and sookout sh'nob
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  1. naabkwaanshiinh
    03-02-2009 06:34 AM - permalink
    naabkwaanshiinh
    You were saying check out your photo gallery.... is that on your profile or somewhere else?
  2. sookout sh'nob
    11-13-2008 04:07 PM - permalink
    sookout sh'nob
    Ahaw... the beaver apron is necessary, but would look damn good! Traditional Ojibwe regalia before the 1800s does not typically have a bustle with it - check in the my photo gallery and anishtradish's gallery - good photos of older 1800s style Ojibwe style stuff in there.

    I like the rank badges for the armcuffs - that would look sweet.

    Traditional headgear is a smaller (6-10 inch) teardrop or round (maybe 2-4 uinche in diameter) roach and/or an otter fur turban. Pricey today, but very good looking.
  3. naabkwaanshiinh
    11-13-2008 10:25 AM - permalink
    naabkwaanshiinh
    aanii,
    I've been away from Dreamers Rock, B.I., ON for almost 23 years now... I'm looking for folks who can help me with my regalia ( sound off if you please ... ) I'm looking at blackened buckskin leggins, ribbon shirt with blackened buckskin vest... I'm Crane Clan, so all my clan totems are to be beaded into place.... I believe my apron has to be beaverskin (which I have) for tradish ojibwe...and to be beaded/quilled with my clan totems... I'm wondering about bustles versus animal skin trailers ... again tradish ojibwe ... I'm also thinking about have my Navy Rank Badges (3 chevrons and maple leaf) beaded for armcuffs ... My colours are Black, Red, Blue and Yellow. Please share your ideas with me.. .. ..

    

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