-Clothing, Footwear, and Adornment by David Wescott -Marks of Identity – by Maria Louise Sidoroff -The Cedar: Peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast by Caren Larrsen -A Basin Sage Brush Skirt and Top by Evard Gibby -Felting By Hand by Jack Fee -The Rabbit Skin Blanket by Paul Campbell -Iceman’s Shoes by Charles Spears -Ft. Rock Cave Sage Brush Sandals by Steve Alleley -Early Woodland Vegetal Fiber Slippers by Joan Miller -Rivelins, Pampooties, and Brogues by Alice Tulloch -Basic Footwear of the Southeastern Tribes by Guy Darry Wood -Learn The Drill by Scott Jones -Observations at a Pottery Firing by Maria Louise Sidoroff -Bark-Tan Babblings by Alice Tulloch -Recreating Missing Tools by Harry B. Iceland and Jessica S. Johnson -Processing Deer – Using The Whole Animal by Lynx Shepherd -The Manzanita by Christopher Nyerges -Trash Mulberry Tree Fibers by Charles Spears -Tanning Using Soy Lecithin Granules - John Yost -Survival Pressure Flakers by Barry Keegan
Bulletin #19 - Clothing
Cover by Darry Wood, NC. This striking cover illustrates the idea of mixing fashion and function. These Seminole-style moccasins, made by the photographer, are the culmination of the development of generations of footwear and show how these developments have been preserved in time.