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" Upon his head he wore a black silk handkerchief, the four corners of which hung down his neck behind. An embroidered shirt, a cravat of white jaconet tastefully tied, a blue damask vest, short clothes of crimson velvet, a bright green cloth jacket, with... "
History of California - Page 489
by Theodore Henry Hittell - 1898
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Life in California: During a Residence of Several Years in that Territory ...

Alfred Robinson - California - 1851 - 182 pages
...hung down his neck behind. An embroidered shirt, a cravat of white jaeonet tastefully tied, a bine damask vest, short clothes of crimson velvet, a bright...with large silver buttons, and shoes of embroidered deer skin, comprised his dress. I was afterwards informed by Don Manuel, that on some occasions, such...
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History of the Pacific States of North America: California pastoral

Hubert Howe Bancroft - British Columbia - 1888
...upon his head a black silk handkerchief, the four corners hanging down behind. "An embroidered shirt, cravat of white jaconet tastefully tied, a blue damask...with large silver buttons, and shoes of embroidered deer-skin." On some occasions, such as a feast day or festival, his display exceeded in value a thousand...
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San Diego and Imperial counties, California: a record of ..., Volume 1

William Ellsworth Smythe - Travel - 1913
...coarse wool and leather, but as commerce increased American clothing was introduced and became common. Robinson described with considerable minuteness the...in some instances it exceeded a thousand dollars in value. The saddle, in which the Californian took almost as much pride as in his attire, was often highly...
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A History of California and an Extended History of Los Angeles and Environs

James Miller Guinn - California - 1915 - 935 pages
..."Upon his head he wore a black silk handkerchief, the four corners of which hung down his neck behind. An embroidered shirt; a cravat of white jaconet, tastefully...with large silver buttons, and shoes of embroidered deerskin composed his dress. I was afterwards informed by Don Manuel (Dominguez) that on some occasions,...
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