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    A woman wearing a black bandana on her head. A kerchief (from the Old French couvrechief, "cover head"), also known as a bandana or bandanna, is a triangular or square piece of cloth tied around the head, face, or neck for protective or decorative purposes . The popularity of head kerchiefs may vary by culture or religion, often being used as a ...

    • From Persia to Paisley
    • Popularization of The Bandana
    • Bandanas in Workwear
    • Turkey Red and The Mainstream Bandana
    • Modern Options

    Paisley is traditionally known as a distinctive, intricate pattern of curved feather-shaped figures, originally based on an Indian pinecone design. Having read a vast amount of speculations on the origins of the paisley, or ‘boteh’ as they call it in Persian, this might not be an entirely accurate description of the pattern. Boteh has several meani...

    A seminal happening in the popularization of the bandana came during the American Revolution. Martha Washington, the wife of Continental Army general George Washington, had a souvenir bandana made featuring the likeness of the Commander-in-Chief. The idea came to her when she met a printmaker by the name of John Hewson. Hewson was a talented artist...

    After becoming an advertising medium, the bandana became an even more important symbol in the fight for worker’s rights. The West Virginia Coal Miners March of 1921 was one of the largest armed uprisings in labor history and, at the march, over ten thousand United Mine Workers wore red bandanas to demand unions, an event many equate to the populari...

    Produced for centuries in the east, the Turkey red-dyeing process would later became synonymous with printed cottons in Scotland, and thus the original, mainstream bandana. Brought to Scotland in 1785 by a French entrepreneur, it was then adopted by manufacturers in the Vale of Leven, Dunbartonshire. It was a both complex and laborious process, inv...

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  2. Theodore Roosevelt’s 1912 bandana included the words and music for his boisterous campaign song, “We Want Teddy.”. The bandana for Adlai Stevenson’s 1956 presidential campaign featured a ...

  3. Bandana. A bandana is a triangular or square piece of cloth tied around the head, face or neck. It can be used for protection or decoration. [1] It was made by Middle eastern and south Asians in the city Kashmir. They were wearing it as a symbol of love between the Middle East and South Asia .

  4. A bandana is a cloth also known as a kerchief. Bandana or bandanna may also refer to: Bandana (pop band) Bandana (country band) Bandana, Kentucky, a small town in the United States. Bandana (album), second studio album by hip hop duo MadGibbs. Bandanna, Pennsylvania, unincorporated area in York County, Pennsylvania, United States.

  5. On the other hand, a bandana is a square piece of cotton or silk, printed in a whole array of colours and statement patterns, the origins of which can be traced back to the late 17 th century. Originating in Southern Asia and the Middle East, the early bandanas, or ‘badhnati’, were made by dyeing woven fabrics with plants and materials ...

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  7. Jun 5, 2024 · bandana (plural bandanas) A large kerchief, usually colourful and used either as headgear or as a handkerchief, neckerchief, bikini, or sweatband . Neighbours now came hurrying in, and one after another missed some trifling article of property which the deceased was known to have possessed. There were three thin spoons, real silver, on which ...

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