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  • By: Nina Dupes
    • Wearing the black
    • clothing specifically
    • for mourning, was a
    • sign of wealth and
    • status.
    • The middle and lower
    • class, who could not
    • Afford the dresses
    • would dye their Clothing black
    • The men wore black suits, hats, and black gloves.
    • The children also had to wear black
    • Babies were to wear white garments with black ribbon
    Children Wore…
    • People wore brooches, lockets, and rings containing a lock of hair or photograph of the deceased
    • A year and one day
    • Widows could remarry only if they had small children to support and no income.
    • Nine months
    • Could add fabric trim to dresses
    • Wear mourning jewelry
    • Veil could be
    • lifted and worn
    • back
    • 3 to 6 months
    • Elaborate fabrics were used as trims
    • Could ease back into colored clothing
    • Any jewelry
    • could be worn
    • If flowers bloom on their grave that means the deceased lived a good life
    • The deceased will go to heaven if it rains
    • At the funeral
    • If you open an umbrella in the house their will be a murder
    • If a picture falls off the wall,
    • there will be a death of someone you know.
    • If you see yourself in a dream, your death will follow.