Native American

Shoe

The Native American shoe, often referred to as a moccasin, is a traditional type of footwear that was worn by most Native American tribes. It is made, typically, from tanned animal hides such as buffalo, deer, or elk, hand-stitched together using sinew. The design varies between tribes, but common characteristics include a soft and flexible build, a low-cut front, and beaded or fringed decorations.

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Native American Shoe

by

Hutchings Museum Institute

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