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    • Deevant Le Boudoir

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    • Parents and children pose in front of a summer house. An example of the earliest outdoor fashion photography. All white clothing is preferred for warm weather for its coolness, but large hats and parasols are also worn to protect the skin from any...
    • Doublet variations, jerkin skirt, jerkin

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    • The doublet is now worn alone. Preferred by young men, it is waist length and somewhat shorter in back than in front. Sometimes it has a short skirt. Necklines vary and include the square, surplice and long-V neckline. The sleeves are tied into the...
    • Mount Vesuvius

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    • Mount Vesuvius, which erupted several times during the 18th century, was a prime attraction for tourists ; some went to the crater on mules or in sedan chairs, others preferred viewing it from Naples
    • Mount Vesuvius

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    • Mount Vesuvius, which erupted several times during the 18th century, was a prime attraction for tourists ; some went to the crater on mules or in sedan chairs, others preferred viewing it from Naples
    • Covered wagon and oxen model

    • Oxen; Overland Trails--Description and travel; Wagon trains--Models; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Covered wagon/oxen model. Oxen were the preferred draft animal for a wagon. They were less expensive, easier to feed, more durable, and less attractive to thieves.
    • Covered wagon and oxen model

    • Oxen; Overland Trails--Description and travel; Wagon trains--Models; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Covered wagon/oxen model. Oxen were the preferred draft animal for a wagon. They were less expensive, easier to feed, more durable, and less attractive to thieves.
    • Ox shoe

    • Overland Trails; Oxen -- Equipment and supplies; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Oxen were the preferred draft animal for a wagon. They were less expensive, easier to feed, more durable, and less attractive to thieves.

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