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Kamiks of the Inuit

Protective Layers of Footwear
Decorating Kamiks


Moccasins of the First Nations

Walking on Snow
One-Piece Moccasins
Two-Piece Moccasins


Changing Styles - The Role of Trade and Voyageurs

Botte Sauvage of the Voyageurs
The Enduring Moccasin with Variations
Moccasins with Soles


Canadian Footwear in the Age of the Craftsman

Craftsmanship in Handmade Shoes
Shoes and Boots for Dress Wear - At the Ball


Canadian Footwear in the Age of the Machine

Bell Shoes
Bulldog Toe Button Boots


Kamiks of the Inuit

Hunting Seal & Caribou
Protective Clothing of Seal Skin & Caribou Skin
Protective Layers of Footwear
Making Kamiks - Transmitting Knowledge and Skill
Patterns & Styles
Decorating Kamiks
Sewing & Decorating Techniques


Moccasins of the First Nations

Snowshoes
The Footed Trouser
Moccasins
Making Moccasins
Decorating Moccasins
European Materials & Design for Moccasins


Changing Styles - The Role of Trade and Voyageurs

The Canoe
The Trading Post
Changing Styles Through Contact
Métis Clothing - a Composite Style
The Enduring Moccasin with Variations
Settlers Used Moccasins and Snowshoes





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Shoes for a New Land

Shipwrecked Shoes
Style in the Colonies - Imported Shoes
Loyalist Shoemakers
Military Shoes


Canadian Footwear in the Age of the Craftsman

Shoemaking
Itinerant Craftsman
Concealed Shoes
Master Craftsmen
Shoes & Boots for Outdoor Wear
Shoes & Boots for Everyday Wear
Which Shoes to Wear?
Shoes & Boots for Dress Wear


Canadian Footwear in the Age of the Machine

Machine-Made Footwear for Men
Machine-Made Footwear for Women
Bell Shoes
Children's Shoes
Skates
Industrialization - Making Shoes with Machines
The Retail Store
Bulldog Toe Button Boots
Advertising Shoes
The Present Begins Here
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