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Bridal Wedding Victorian Civil War Steampunk Gown Dress includes veil

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Civil War Era Beautiful Twin Young Women Matching Dresses Canandaigua NY

Zouave jacket and skirt set reproduced from a design from the Civil War time period. This little bolero style jacket is full of style and is comfortable to wear in a cotton.  Two (2) piece outfit in this listing. Blouse shown is sold separately.  Sometimes there is an event or way of thinking that influences fashion dramatically. Nothing could be better said that that of the womans zouave jacket from the Civil War era.  Zouaves were actually a Moroccan volunteer units in the French army…

Civil War Zoave Jacket Victorian Bolero Historical Costume Homespun Plaid Skirt

Zouave jacket and skirt set reproduced from a design from the Civil War time period. This little bolero style jacket is full of style and is comfortable to wear in a cotton. Two (2) piece outfit in this listing. Blouse shown is sold separately. Sometimes there is an event or way of thinking that influences fashion dramatically. Nothing could be better said that that of the womans zouave jacket from the Civil War era. Zouaves were actually a Moroccan volunteer units in the French army…

Petticoat, 1865. 44.5" CB. MMA, 2009.300.3291. "This petticoat belonged to Amelia Beard Hollenback (1844-1918) who was born and raised in Brooklyn and would eventually marry the prominent financier and philanthropist John Welles Hollenback (1835-1927) in 1874. "

Petticoat, 1865. 44.5" CB. MMA, 2009.300.3291. "This petticoat belonged to Amelia Beard Hollenback (1844-1918) who was born and raised in Brooklyn and would eventually marry the prominent financier and philanthropist John Welles Hollenback (1835-1927) in 1874. "