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19th century clothing /
Bobbie Kalman.
imprint
New York ; Toronto : Crabtree Publishing Co., c1993.
description
32 p. : col. ill.
ISBN
0865055130 (pbk.)
format(s)
Book
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series title
imprint
New York ; Toronto : Crabtree Publishing Co., c1993.
isbn
0865055130 (pbk.)
general note
Includes index.
catalogue key
853100
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Horn Book Magazine,
Horn Book Guide, September 1993
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Main Description
Ages 4 to 8 years. In the 19th century, people worked hard and wore practical clothing. Over forty colour illustrations and photographs show how they dyed, spun, and wove wool and flax to make the cloth from which they sewed their clothes.
Main Description
Bobbie Kalman's acclaimed Historic Communities Series provides a close-up view of how people lived more than two hundred years ago. Colorful photos, many taken by Bobbie Kalman herself at restored historic villages across the country, help support the fascinating information. Children will have fun learning about: -- early homes and the settler community-- what people wore and the crafts they made-- how settlers made their living-- how they spent their leisure time-- the values, customs, and traditions of the early settlersReady-made clothing was not always available to the settlers moving westward. Many people dyed, spun, and wove wool and flax to make the cloth from which they sewed their clothes. People worked hard and wore practical clothing. This intriguing book provides young readers with information on: -- different fashions-- how clothes were made-- underwear and footwear-- hairstyles and hats-- how to make your own pioneer outfit
Main Description
For ages 4-8. In the 19th century, people worked hard and wore practical clothing. Over forty colour illustrations and photographs show how they dyed, spun, and wove wool and flax to make the cloth from which they sewed their clothes.
Main Description
In the 19th century, people worked hard and wore practical clothing. Over forty color illustrations and photographs show how they dyed, spun, and wove wool and flax to make the cloth from which they sewed their clothes.
Main Description
Ready-made clothing was not always available to the settlers moving westward. Many people dyed, spun, and wove wool and flax to make the cloth from which they sewed their clothes. People worked hard and wore practical clothing. This intrigu
Unpaid Annotation
This beautifully illustrated book shows you historic 19th century clothing.

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