The Seneca Indians traditionally wore clothing made from animal hides and furs. They would hunt and trap animals such as deer, elk, and beavers for their skins which would be tanned and sewn into clothing. Men would wear breechcloths and leggings, with a shirt made of animal hide or fur, while women would wear skirts and blouses also made of animal hide or fur. They would decorate their clothing with intricate beadwork and quillwork to add color and design. During the colder months, they would add layers of clothing and fur caps to keep warm.
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