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Antique Native American Beaded Moccasins

Native American moccasins are a type of footwear that was commonly worn by many indigenous tribes throughout North America. These soft, slip-on shoes were often made from tanned animal hides or leather, and were constructed using traditional techniques such as sewing, beading, or quillwork. The style and design of moccasins varied widely among different tribes, and were often influenced by regional traditions and cultural practices. Cisco's collection of Antique Native American beaded moccasins include pieces from the Sioux, Kiowa, Yakima, Nez Perce, Coeur d'Alene, Iroquois, Ojibwa, Apache, Cree and Cheyenne Indians.