ceinture fléchée (Q2943844)

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colorful sash of the 19th century associated with French-Canadians, Québécois, and Métis
  • ceinture flechee
  • L'Assomption sash
  • arrow sash
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ceinture fléchée
colorful sash of the 19th century associated with French-Canadians, Québécois, and Métis
  • ceinture flechee
  • L'Assomption sash
  • arrow sash

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Evidence about Dress in Canada
Christina Bates
7 March 2018
In the Quebec literature, the combination of the capote belted with the ceinture fléchée and worn with the botte sauvage during the cold Quebec winters forms the “holy trinity” of traditional Quebec clothing. (English)
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Evidence about Dress in Canada
Christina Bates
7 March 2018
In the Quebec literature, the combination of the capote belted with the ceinture fléchée and worn with the botte sauvage during the cold Quebec winters forms the “holy trinity” of traditional Quebec clothing. (English)
Ceinture fléchée
 
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