Forty-five carefully researched illustrations present an exciting panorama of more than 150 years of European-inspired fashions, accurately depicting 17th-century Puritans, an indentured servant, an English officer and his lady, pirates dressed in latest fashions acquired as booty, a colonial merchan... read more
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Forty-five carefully researched illustrations present an exciting panorama of more than 150 years of European-inspired fashions, accurately depicting 17th-century Puritans, an indentured servant, an English officer and his lady, pirates dressed in latest fashions acquired as booty, a colonial merchant's family of the mid-1700s, and more.
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