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Where is Navajo clothing worn today?

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How did the Navajos get their clothes?

Killing animals and skinning them. They went through hard processes  of tanning and softening the skin and then smoked it and made  clothing out of it. They leaved to weave

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What is a clothing worn by Japanese women?

Well, it totally depends on the occasion. They were normal clothes like any body else, and they have fashions and trends that they go through too. For festivals, Kimonos or Yu

What were the traditional clothes worn in Colombia?

The traditional clothing of Columbia highlights the differences between the genders. The men wear a masculine costume, often with machetes attached. The women wear the famous

What types of clothing are worn in Turkey?

Any clothing for as long you cover yourself and dont expose it, especially women. No shorts, sleeveless tops (tank tops) or revealing clothing for men at the same time.

Where do the Navajo live today?

The Navajo tribe live in the four corner area ( Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah). The Navajo Nation Has the largest reservation in North America.

How do Navajo sustain themselves today?

There are 300,000 Navajo and the Navajo Nation is 27,000 square miles, so there is a lot of diversity in how people make a living. About two thirds of the tribal members live

What clothing did the Navajo tribe wear?

The clothing that the Navajo tribe wore consisted of collarless  shirts that were made of velvet or cotton and trousers below the  knee. They wore moccasins on their feet. W

What did the Navajo wear for clothing?

The clothing for Navajo women were skirts made from woven yucca  fiber. The men wore breechcloths. During the cooler months, both  men and women wore cloaks of rabbit fur or

How do Navajo Indians live today?

Today there are 300,000 Navajo and while most live on or near the  Navajo Nation they live all over the United States. It is therefore  hard to make much of a generalization

When should reflective clothing be worn?

Anyone who needs to visible to motorists at night to prevent accidents should wear reflective clothing. Reflective clothing helps motorists to easily distinguish people in lo

What kind of clothes do Navajo wear?

Except for ceremonies or older traditional people, Navajo where clothes like most Americans. There is a tendency to wear western ranching type clothing, ie: boots jeans, long