Global trade and an 18th-century Anishinaabe outfit


Anishinaabe outfit, c. 1790, collected by Lieutenant Andrew Foster, Fort Michilimackinac (British), Michigan, Birchbark, cotton, linen, wool, feathers, silk, silver brooches, porcupine quills, horsehair, hide, sinew; the moccasins were like made by the Huron–Wendat people (National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution), a Seeing America video

Speakers: Dr. David Penney, Associate Director for Museum Scholarship, Exhibitions, and Public Engagement, National Museum of the American Indian and Dr. Steven Zucker


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Cite this page as: Dr. David W. Penney, National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution and Dr. Steven Zucker, "Global trade and an 18th-century Anishinaabe outfit," in Smarthistory, January 13, 2018, accessed December 14, 2018, https://smarthistory.org/anishinaabe-outfit/.