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Bonny Wee Baubles - Women in both 18th-century Scotland and Maryland wore a petticoat and gown over stays (known now as a corset) and a shift (a full-body slip). Very little survives archaeologically other than metal and glass accessories and fasterners. Click on the artitfacts to see more about womens clothing. Silver & silk threads; Linked buttons; fasteners; jewelry; shoes; bodkin.
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