1875 Plains Style Double Trailer Headdress

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1875 Plains Style Double Trailer Headdress

1,195.00

Hand crafted double trailer Plains 1875 style headdress. 

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When many of us picture Native Americans, we see a stately chief, standing tall wearing a large feathered headdress.  The headdress is a very important part of Native American culture.  Typically made of beautiful bird feathers, it is more symbolic than anything else.  The Sioux were thought to be one of the first Native American tribes to use these head pieces.  Not everyone among the tribe could wear one, however.  The Native American headdress was reserved for the most powerful and influential among the tribe. This headdress stands a little over 6' tall on a wooden tripod.