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Wendat (Huron) moccasins, c. 1830 The design elements have European origins, much improved by Wendat women in colonial Quebec. Because of the rarity of silk, the embroidery is in dyed moose hair.

Wendat (Huron) moccasins, c. 1830 The design elements have European origins, much improved by Wendat women in colonial Quebec. Because of the rarity of silk, the embroidery is in dyed moose hair.

Moose hairs and quill Flickr - Photo Sharing! Comment: I am guessing this is Wendake as the floral embroidery is very naturalistic and highly detailed while the surrounding geometry and trim shows Western Great Lakes style.

Moose hairs and quill Flickr - Photo Sharing! Comment: I am guessing this is Wendake as the floral embroidery is very naturalistic and highly detailed while the surrounding geometry and trim shows Western Great Lakes style.

wendat antique - Recherche Google

wendat antique - Recherche Google

1830 Huron-Wendat Moccasins at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau - The Huron-Wendat were an Iroquoian First Nations people that, in the 17th century, established a trade and military alliance with the French along with their Algonquian allies against the other Iroquois.  However, in the 17th century, they were driven from their homeland in what is now Ontario by the Iroquois (who were given guns by the Dutch) and resettled in the current province of Quebec, most notably in…

1830 Huron-Wendat Moccasins at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau - The Huron-Wendat were an Iroquoian First Nations people that, in the 17th century, established a trade and military alliance with the French along with their Algonquian allies against the other Iroquois. However, in the 17th century, they were driven from their homeland in what is now Ontario by the Iroquois (who were given guns by the Dutch) and resettled in the current province of Quebec, most notably in…

A ROAD LESS TRAVELED Tim Cox

A ROAD LESS TRAVELED Tim Cox

Young Laura Ingalls Wilder, circa 1880s. Born in 1867, Laura wrote of her early life in a nine book series, beginning with Little House in the Big Woods.

Young Laura Ingalls Wilder, circa 1880s. Born in 1867, Laura wrote of her early life in a nine book series, beginning with Little House in the Big Woods.

Carrie, Mary, and Laura Ingalls

Carrie, Mary, and Laura Ingalls

Charles and Caroline Ingalls (Ma and Pa), parents of author Laura Ingalls Wilder.

Charles and Caroline Ingalls (Ma and Pa), parents of author Laura Ingalls Wilder.

Laura Ingalls Wilder

Laura Ingalls Wilder

Laura Ingalls Wilder during her teen years (These Happy Golden Years)

Laura Ingalls Wilder during her teen years (These Happy Golden Years)