Native American women played a very important role in the life of the Native American. They were more than just mothers of the tribes' children. They were builders, warriors, farmers, and craftswomen. Their strength was essential to the survival of the tribes. As well as homemakers, they made tools and weapons out of animal bone and were medicine women as well. Additionally, most Native American women were master craftsman who made beautiful blankets, baskets, and pottery. Known for their feather headdresses and elaborate self-made jewellery, the Native American woman is a Navajo and a warrior. Ideal for international days, historical days and book week.
Tunic style dress with v shaped neckline and matching design at base of dress and cuffs
Dress is designed to look like suede with tassels at ends and cuffs. Belt is separate with sewn on medallions
Faux feathered headdress wraps around head and fastens with velcro tabs at rear