Discover and save creative ideas

    Robert Campbell moved to the United States and eventually became a fur trapper. This is his buckskin coat, ca. 1840.

    3y

    2 comments

    • Judith Clarke

      Robert Campbell moved to the United States and eventually became a fur trapper. This is his buckskin coat, ca. 1840. Courtesy of the Campbell House Museum.

    • Jessica Holloway

      buckskin coat, ca. 1840.

    People also love

    Buckskin hunting shirt. Circa 1830;

    buckskins clothes - Google Search

    THE LEGACY OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN: Native American Clothing (Plains Beaded Jacket / Frock Coat)

    Coat, American, early 19th C

    It looks so warm!!!!!! SALE Cross Fox Fur Hat Buckskinner Mountain Man Rendezvous Reenactment or Ski Skiing VINTAGE PELT From 1908 on Etsy, $125.00

    Mountain Men and Fur Trappers | Via Pop the Bear

    Fur Trade Stories -- Inuit parka image 2

    Coat with Military Motif | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Buckskin breeches and a claw-hammer coat

    A buckskin frockcoat done in the Metis style- mid-19th century Canada

    Man’s Coat Cree Métis, 1874 The National Museum of the American Indian

    Viking coat kaftan pattern by Skogsduva! Pictures of her beautiful finished coat here: skogsduva.wordpre...

    Image detail for -Blackbird Blog: WOOLRICH WOOLEN MILLS STORM COAT

    CREE BEADED AND FRINGED HIDE CAPOTE of classic construction, thread sewn with glass beadwork and sequins, with "epaulettes" on the shoulders, and a series of diamond designs along the hemline. length without fringe 45 in.

    Leg wraps

    In the fur trade -Aboriginals and Métis were the map-makers,trappers, hunters, rowers, guides, middlemen. Artist and date unknown.

    Buckskin Dress

    Outlaw Will Roberts. Train robber, went by the name of Dixon sometimes and may have ridden with Butch Cassidy.

    Rare Antique Ambrotype of Authentic Mountain Man or Fur Trapper circa 1800s | eBay

    Métis Voyageur with Hudson's Bay Blanket coat