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Sorry if this is a repeat but a search didn't reveal an answer to this question.
Concerning the Eastern Woodland Indians of the 18th Century, what is the consensus of whether they would have gone barefoot when weather permitted? I have a running debate with someone who seems positive they would never have done this. I feel they would have/could have in their day to day life unless footware dictated otherwise (travel, weather, ground conditions...).
Thanks to anyone with accurate information to supporti either view.