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  • The First and Second Bustle Periods'''The History of Fashion and Dress First and Second Bustle PeriodsStep 1:'''
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  • ...of dress reform in the 1850's propagating what became known as The Bloomer Costume (originally designed by Elizabeth Smith Miller), a very modest ensemble con ...:VictorianWomenBloomerlady.jpg|frameless|border]]1851, Mrs. Bloomer in the costume she wore as a response to the restrictive petticoats of the 1840's-50's.
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  • [[100pagesTimelinepages1900s1|Timeline of Costume History: 1900-1910]] [[Mwbh100pages1900_50movies|Costume Movies: 1900-1950]]
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  • [[ClassesFashiondressBustleperiods|TheFirst and Second Bustle Periods]] ...php?subcat=11 Meg Andrews - Antique Costumes and Textiles - c. 1840 - 1910 Costume]
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  • First Bustle Era (1870's) 19th Century Western Costume First Bustle Era (1870's)
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  • Second Bustle Era (1880's) 19th Century Western Costume Second Bustle Era (1880's)
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  • Timeline of Costume History: Main Page [[100pagesTimelinepages1800to1825a|19th Century Western Costume: ]]
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"The Costumer's Manifesto"
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