Apache Women in Long Dresses
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Apache Women in long dresses at an Anglo gathering.
Camp dresses are the most common traditional garb for Apache women. Typically made of cotton, they are modest and loose, covering a woman from her arms and shoulders down to her ankles. The Apache camp dress itself was born out of convenience. After Apaches came into contact with the Mexicans and whites, and had access to cloth through trade, they opted to use light, comfortable cottons in replacement of their heavy leathers, releasing some of their burden in the summer heat.
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