Here is something I have always wanted to do:
Since Native alliances were hard to establish and even harder to maintain, it was easier to have Provincials learn woods fighting or simply confuse the enemy by looking like Indians.
To go with the wool leggings, breech clout, and shirt a pair of moccasins is in order. Here is an old moc of mine that has seen better days, so I cut it apart to use as a pattern:
DVD. Two of the most common Woodland patterns are covered in great detail, from patterns to stitching to material sources.
For a brain tan look without the smell or price, Crazy Crow natural color German tan buckskin #2 works well.
An argument could be made for cowhide mocs made by whites closer to civilization, and Crazy Crow has that as well. Here is the pattern in the center of the hide (the thickest part) ready for marking and cutting:
Next time, the toe is gathered and the center seam finished.