To those of us who are already an age, this figure in metal at 1:30 scale will always remember "Little House of the Prairie".
The costumes of both men and women, of the classes less affluent was a simple cut, comfortable, but above all austere. This woman could be perfectly Mormon, Quaker, or any of the different churches that spread over the new territories.
Perhaps the only difference you would have with the most fundamentalist communities is in the color and pattern of your dress.
This figure represents the woman of a farmer or any female member of her family. The family occupation is mainly agriculture and if they were ranchers, they would be herders or pigs.
Cattle ranchers enjoyed superior prosperity, which was also reflected in the way they dress.