A guardsman hat is called 'Bear Skin'
it is called a cap.
It's called a kepi - pronounced kay-pee.
yes a wide brim hat i need a picture
The origin of the word mitre goes back to the old times in Greece. It was then a kind of hat which the people in Greece would wear. They called it the mitre.
Lincoln was fond of wearing a top hat. It was referred to as a stovepipe hat, adding more height to his already formidable stature. The Smithsonian Institution Museum in Washington DC has an example on display.
Lincoln wore a 'stovepipe' hat.
A top hat, silk hat, cylinder hat, chimney pot hat or stove pipe hat (sometimes also known by the nickname "topper")
That is the correct spelling of "top hat" (short version of stovepipe hat).
top hatHe wore a Top Hat.
Abraham Lincoln and Lyndon Johnson are tied for the distinction of tallest president at 6 feet 4 inches. Lincoln often wore a tall stovepipe hat that added an estimated 10 inches to his height.
he wore a black stovepipe hat. like this one: http://www.baronhats.com/images/lincoln1.jpg
I don't think he had one, but the public certainly loved his stovepipe hat!
I am almot positive this is not true because what if the hat were to blow off or fall off alos it would be a stupid thing to keep papers under a hat and plus Lincoln didnt wear his hat all to frequently inside his office. he kept important papers underneath his hat hey you misspelled words what grade r u in
It was a stovepipe type but I don't think he had a pet name for it although someone will correct me if I'm wrong.
He was wearing a black suit with a bow tie and his top hat
they draw a 5 names out of hat and have a battle royal winner is president