Documentation on Mitasses and Brayets - Colonial Baker

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Breechcloth: “1 Breechcloth, 1 pair of leggings”-Bourlamaque, 1750’s, list of supplies issued to Canadian militia. “1 pair of wool leggings, 1 breechcloth”- Antoine

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