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T0433
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Men wore embroidered kilts such as this at dances and ceremonies. Kilts were also sometimes used as banners. Rain was a fundamental part of the visual culture of the parched Southwest and was symbolized on the kilts. The white cotton represents a cloud and black braid along the bottom symbolizes rain.
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length 29 in ; width 42 in
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