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T0808a-c
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Doll making is an ancient expression that allows an Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) mother to express affection for her daughters and to educate them in maternal responsibilities. Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) women began to make outfitted cornhusk dolls for sale around 1850. These dolls are wearing 1850s-style beaded clothing that was reserved for special occasions.
Physical dimensions: 
height 10.75 in ; width 3.25 in ; depth 1.375 in
height 11.25 in ; width 4 in ; depth 1.5 in
height 5.75 in ; width 2.5 in ; depth 1 in
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