buckskin

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buckskin

1. the skin of a male deer
2. a stiffly starched cotton cloth
3. a strong satin-woven woollen fabric
4. greyish-yellow
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The poster for the seventh annual ImagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival in Toronto features an athletic, feather-adorned, braided and buckskinned Princess Pocahontas straddling the Gardener Expressway.
In the absence of such understanding, the bewigged local actor is hired not as a reincarnation of Sacagawea, but as a replica of the 1955 Donna Reed - torn buckskinned bodice and all - between the Clark of Charlton Heston and the Lewis of Fred MacMurray as she helped them "discover" America.
Andro Linklater argues that the key to modern US power is to be found in the survey lines that, in the 19th century, turned the country's wilderness into property and transformed its owners from buckskinned settlers into land speculators.