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Tunic-style dress made of woven cedar bark, with full-length wool panel down the centre front. Wool woven around cedar bark in horizontal rows throughout dress. Cedar bark and dark brown wool fringe along bottom edge. Dark brown wool fringe down entire left and right sides of dress. Wool panel on front has white background with mirrored chevron pattern. Small teal diamond in middle of pattern with alternating light blue, dark blue, brown and teal V shapes, on either side of diamond, until top and bottom ends of panel. Inner V’s made up of coloured triangles. Outer three V’s are solid teal, light blue and dark blue. Top and bottom edges of panel are dark brown. White wool fringe along top and bottom edges of panel, top fringe hangs inside of dress. Interior lined with dark brown wool.


The purchase of this acquisition was made possible by funds from George and Christiane Smyth, Dr. Brenda Focht and the the Ruth Read Bequest.

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