Everything about him, from his buckskins to the way he had built his house, marked him for what he was.
She did not answer him, but absently twisted the fringe of his buckskins in her fingers.
My buckskins were dirty from travel, and the thrums in rags; and I knew that she noted all these matters.
His brother buckskins thought he was crazy—some of them did.
But the buckskins were sinewed with whalebone and used to desert work.
"My buckskins are gone, sir, and no mistake," replied our gentleman.
The wife of one settler wore a good gown of brocade, although her husband seemed quite assured in his buckskins.
He wore his finest moccasins and buckskins, and he was talking calmly.
There the buckskins were unhitched, rubbed down and, after they had cooled off, given water and grain.
Many have gone to trade their rifles and some clothing for buckskins.