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Maroon women's dance dress with ruffles and closures in metal and plastic / Julia Winningham

Curatorial Remarks

The technical style of this dress is called "citizen's clothes" because the dress resembled clothes worn by white people. This dress was homemade, not commercial made. This style was most likely influenced by the spread of Christianity.

Tags: women's maroon dress, ruffles, stomp dance dress
People: Euchee, Julia Winningham
Purpose: domestic use or ceremonial events, stomp dance

From interviews with Dr. Garrick Bailey, 2018-2020 University of Tulsa, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology

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Title(s): 
Maroon women's dance dress with ruffles and closures in metal and plastic
Creator(s): 
Julia Winningham
Culture: 
Native American; Euchee
Date: 
1997
Place: 
Sapulpa, Oklahoma
Materials/Techniques: 
cotton, plastic, metal
Dimensions: 
Dress: 36 in. (91.4 cm)
Classification: 
Object Type: 
Accession No: 
99.241
Department: 
Not On View

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