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This section is included especially for event coordinators and directors who require to see photos of period clothing ("period clothing check").
Jessica’s period clothing spans time, place and cultures - from pre/proto contact outfits made of plant fiber textiles and hide and accessorized with copper, shell, pearl and mica jewelry, to 18th century bed jackets, shortgowns and British coats, to Northern style strapdresses, 19th century caped shirts and wool skirts sporting cut ribbonwork applique - she has historically accurate outfits representative of many historic communities.
Mark wears a generic Anglo frontier/trader outfit that combines both Native and Euro-American garments. His clothing is most appropriate for representing the 18th and very earlier 19th centuries. If asked to do a representation of an earlier time (such as Mississippian or proto-contact), Mark will wear professional standard attire while Jessica dresses in period outfit.
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