The boys and men wore breech clothes in the summer and a really heavy robe with leggings underneath in the winter and fall. In the summer girls and women would wear dresses and skirts. And in the fall and winter the girls would were heavy dresses. The girls and women sometimes did not wear shirts in the summer and neither did men.



The clothes were made with deerskin, bear skin, and beaver skin. The Native Americans would soak the animal skins for several days to soften it up. Then they would sew it with a bone and a needle then they would cut it with a stone knife.

The Pequot would also wear special decorations and jewelry. They made jewelry out of sea shells and also porcupine quills.

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