| ||Two Penobscots Modeling Native Clothing|
Maine Folklife Center, Still Image
Photograph of two Native Americans wearing feathered head-dresses and Indian costumes standing in front of a structure with a sign reading, Vistor's Welcome, Indian Workshop. The man holds a war club, and the woman a basket. The war club and basket are traditional Penobscot crafts. Their outfits are patterened on Plains Indian dress, especially the war bonnet with trailing feathers.These costumes were likely assumed in order to satisfy white expectations of Indian dress. The photo is captioned "Chief Blue-Jay War-bur-burn, Penobscot Indians, Old Town, Me."
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