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front Children's boots
c. 1850
Boys and men wore boots such as these for riding horses and for farm work.
front Work shoe
This is typical of a unisex work shoe for the early 19th century.
front Men's pumps
c. 1830
Both men and women in the early 19th century wore "pumps".
front Girl's boots
These shoes of cloth and leather were a common style for everyday wear for women and girls in the mid 19th century.
front Woman's shoes
These shoes, or "pumps," as this style was known, were imported from England.
front Ceremonial Moccasins
c. 1850
These are Wyandot (Huron) ceremonial moccasins created around 1850 near Niagara Falls.
front Slippers
c. 1900
These slippers, or "pumps" have no rights or lefts.
front Souvenir Snowshoes
c. 1875
A Native American made these snowshoes in the late 19th century for sale to tourists.
front Moccasins
c. 1880
These moccasins were made by Iroquois peoples of the Northeast in the late 19th century.
front John Sheldon (1658-1733) Snowshoes
c. 1700
John Sheldon probably wore these snowshoes when he journeyed to Canada to negotiate the release of his children and other captives taken in a French and Indian raid on Deerfield, Massachusetts in 1704.


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