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This older style of man's shirt is composed of two deer skins and is decorated with heavy leather fringes. As Euro-American trade cloth became available through trade, cloth was often used to decorate shirts. Here, a triangle of red cloth was used around the neck. Pony beads are sewn into the neck and parts of the arms.
Deer skin (Odocoileus spp.), glass beads, trade cloth. L 121.5, W 66.5 cm
Nez Perce National Historical Park, NEPE 2388