Women's Clothing in the Revolutionary War Era
1765–1783

by Sarah E. Mitchell

Sarah E. Mitchell: Women's Clothing in the Revolutionary War Era 1765-1783

Authored by Sarah E. Mitchell of VintageDesigns.com. Published 2012. 14 illustrations, 157 research notes, 37 pages. 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Soft cover, saddle-stitched. ISBN-10: 1-929384-15-7. ISBN-13: 978-1-929384-15-0.


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About the Book

Women's Clothing in the Revolutionary War Era 1765–1783 contains anecdotes, advertisements for, and descriptions of clothing worn by servants, slaves, and more wealthy women in the American Colonies/United States from the time of the French and Indian War to the end of the American Revolution. Gowns, stays, stomachers, petticoats, hoops, stockings, shoes, gloves, mitts, hairstyles, wigs, hair-powdering, jewelry, etc., are described. The patriotic effort to encourage American production of fabric and clothing is discussed.

Also included is information on the European influences (particularly English and French) on American fashions.

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