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Which country was an ally of the Anishinaabe Indians of the Great Lakes region at the time this outfit was made?
The United States
Which material used in the Anishinaabe outfit was sourced from North America?
The cotton fabric used to make the shirt
The deer hide used to make the belt pouch
The glass beads used in the necklace
The steel needles used to sew the outfit
Which statement best supports the theory that this outfit was made as a gift for the British officer Andrew Foster?
The outfit was made with materials that highlight the Anishinaabe’s trade with Great Britain
The patterns and embellishments are symbolic indications of a British owner
The excellent condition of the outfit suggests that it was rarely, if ever, worn
Trading uniforms and outfits was a way of showing mutual respect between the Anishinaabe and their allies
Which was a primary cause of the boundary dispute between the British and the United States in the Great Lakes region in the 1790s?
The question whether these territories would join the U.S. as free or slave states
The desire to capture British Loyalists who had fled after the Revolutionary War
The alliance of the British with native cultures of the Great Lakes region
The strategic position of the region to control valuable trade routes
Which element of the outfit contributes to a distinctive tinkling sound when worn?
The broaches on the outfit and the metal cones on the mocassins and elsewhere
The iridescent porcupine quills on the mocassins
The eagle feathers and feather sticks that decorate the headdress
The deer hair tassels that hang from the headdress and mocassins
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