The word Makah means “The people who live by the rocks and the seagulls.” In In their language, Qwiqwidicciat, their name is q^Iq^IdiDDAtX.

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Latest Blog Posts for Makah Clothing

  • Are You Looking For Modern Makah Clothing?
    on Feb 6, 2009
    If you are not looking for cedar bark cape but sky woman cape, modern Makah clothing instead of traditional ones, I think you mean native American Indian clothing. The three Indian-owned fashion labels are Tammy Beauvais Designs, Dorothy Grant Haida...
  • Makah Cedar Clothing
    on Feb 6, 2009
    Makah people were famous with the ingenious skill to make clothing from cedar though it seems an unlikely raw material for that matter. The Coast Salish could twist the bark into thread beautifully. Woven bark thread made clothing soft and warm. Wome...
  • Jana Income
    on Feb 6, 2009
    Selamat Sejahtera kepada semua pengunjung Laman Ini.Anda dinasihatkan agar membaca ruangan ini sejenak hingga ke akhir. Jangan kuatir kerana Laman ini bukanlah menjual produk ataupun mencari downline, tetapi ianya sekadar informasi yang amat berguna...
  • What Are The Famous Makah Clothing?
    on Feb 6, 2009
    Most Makah men habitually did not wear clothing at all. However, there is a small portion who wore breech-clouts at times. Women made their short skirts from cedar bark or grass. The women of the Northwest Coast developed textiles from the adaptation...
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