71) An expanding British middle class, seeking to emulate aristocratic manners, was consuming an ever expanding array of goods, including beaver hats
At one end of the subject they present a brief history of the European felting industry and of the popularity of the beaver hat
But the First Minister, who wore a beaver hat
at the bash, didn't tell firms about the loan.
In order to keep his vital daily journal safe as he hacked through jungles and swum across rivers he kept it under his tightly fitting beaver hat
The beaver was locally so abundant up to the Middle Ages that it even supported a beaver hat
industry, based in Carmarthen and at Tregaron.
in his traditional clothing and returning home in a military outfit and wearing a high-crowned beaver hat
with a broad silver lace band, mounted with a two foot high red feather (Figure 1).
To help disguise Ellen, William bought her dark green eyeglasses and a tall beaver hat
Perhaps Mac was wearing his dead beaver hat
against the cold but had it on the wrong way round.
Traditionally, many schoolgirls wore a pais a betgwn (petticoat and overcoat made of flannel) and a tall beaver hat
, worn over a frilled white bonnet.