Gender roles in Native American cultures were
far more progressive than elsewhere.
Men and women often learned the same skills, including cooking, sewing, riding horses, skinning leather, and using weapons.
Here, a young Piegan woman sits on a hilltop
wearing a traditional beaded dress.
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