Yea, the princes make rich caps and aprons, or small breeches of these beads, thus curiously strung into many forms and figures; their black and ... and nose- jewels; bracelets on their arms and legs, rings on their fingers, necklaces made of highly polished shells found in their rivers and on their coasts. ... Round their moccasins they had shells and turkey spurs, to tinkle like little bells as they walked.
|Title||:||SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION|
|Author||:||J. W. POWELL|