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T0267
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Doll Parkas, ca. 1940 Ground squirrel, sealskin, wolf fur, woolen yarn, thread Inuit, Alaska Toys reflect local culture and are meant to entertain as well as educate. Young girls learned from their mothers or female relatives how to make clothing for the family. The woman that made these parkas took extra time and decorated these small garments with different kinds of animal fur just as would have been done for adult clothing. T0267, T0268
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depth 3.5 in ; height 17 in ; width 16 in
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