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Coonskin caps were originally worn by some American Indians as a traditional article of clothing; however, European pioneers that settled in the Tennessee, Kentucky, and North Carolina regions in the 18th and 19th centuries adopted it as their own and wore them as hunting caps. Even Benjamin Franklin, in his trip to Paris as Ambassador to France, wore a cap as a symbol of patriotism. Its rough-hewn look has become an iconic part of the American frontiersman's image.
This Coonskin cap or Davy Crockett style hat also known by some as Daniel Boone hat or Mountain Man hat. Is a perfect complement to many of our colonial frontiersman costumes.
The bravest of the brave are the men who sailed the uncharted waters of the open seas, traveled across unmapped lands. These are the explorers who expanded the world.
If cleaning is necessary, use dish cloth soaked in warm water with mild soap.