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Ladies Pioneer Wear
All of the ladies wear is made from 100% cotton.  Skirts are ankle length and blouses were designed for modesty and purity.
All of the ladies wear is historically accurate in design.
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 Ladies Pioneer Blouse Amelia

The Amelia blouse is a classic of the pioneer period. 

Self fabric ruffles up the front, over the shoulder and adorning the neck made this a fancy frock. 

Without access to the fine laces and trims on the bustling eastern seaboard, pioneer women made do with what they had.

Long sleeves end at the wrist in a button cuff.  Blouse buttons up the paneled front.

Historically accurate. 

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Ladies Deep Bottom Ruffle Skirt

One size fits all, this very popular deep bottom ruffle skirt is great for any figure type.

The A-line fit of the skirt is flattering and fits waist sizes, 25" to 50".

Top of skirt gathers with a drawstring tie that fastens in the back and tucks inside the skirt.

Skirt has belt loops and comes with a matching sash that ties into a lovely bow at the back of the skirt.  

Bottom ruffle is a full 180" of fabric.  39" to 40" in length.

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Ladies Pioneer/Prairie Bonnet

The wide ruffle is authentic to the time period and adds grace to the style on the prairie. 

Very similar to the one worn by Caroline Ingalls.

Larger bonnet allows for ladies hairstyles and a more sophisticated look

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School Teacher's Code of Conduct

...Each teacher will bring a bucket of water and scuttle of coal for the day's session.

 ...After ten hours in school, the teachers may spend the remaining time reading the Bible or other good books.

...Women teachers who marry or engage in unseemly conduct will be dismissed.

...Any teacher who smokes, uses liquor in any form, frequents pool or public halls or gets shaved in a barber shop

will have good reason to suspect his worth, intentions, integrity and honesty.  

                                             -Circa 1880 






Ladies Apron with Pocket

The ladies apron is the classic half apron of the time period.

Available in unbleached muslin (cream/off white) only.

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Ladies Pinafore

Originally, ladies wore aprons and then pinned a large cloth napkin to the front of their dress or blouse,

tucking it into the waistband - "pin to the fore"'

The need for this full coverage led to making a one piece garment. 

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School Teacher's Code of Conduct

Revised, 1915

...You may not dress in bright colors

...You may under no circumstances dye your hair.

...Your dresses must not be any shorter than two inches above the ankle.

...You may not loiter downtown in ice cream stores.