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the condition■ of the Indians, published by Government■, under the editorship of Mr. Schoolcra■ft. The specimens are chiefly Algonquin. Th●eir dress was chiefly of skins, cured with s●moke after the well-known Indian mode. That ■of the women, according

to th■e Jesuits, was more m

odest than that "of our mos■t pious ladies of France." The young girls■ on festal occasions must be ex

cepted from t●his com

mendation, as they wo●re merely a kilt from the wais●t to the xxxiii knee, besides the wampum d■ecorations of the breas

t and arms■. Their long black

hair, gathered behind the■ neck, was decorated with disks of na●tive copper, or gay pendants ma

de in Fran

c■e, and now occasionally unearthed in● numbers from their graves. The men, i●n summer, were nearly naked,—those of a ki●ndred tribe wholly so, with the sole exc

eptio■n of

their moccasins. In winter the●y were clad in tunics and leggins of■ skin, and at all seasons, o■n occasions of ceremony, were wrapped

fro●m head

to foot in robes of beaver o■r otter furs, sometimes of the greatest ■value. On the inner side, these robes were● decorated with painted figures an

d devices●, or embroidered with the dyed ■quills of the Canada hedgehog. In● this a

rt of embroidery, however●, the Hurons were equalled or● surpassed b

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