This doll wears a type of dress that has been made in the Northern Great Lakes for hundreds of years. It is made from a single hide with straps over the shoulders and has separate sleeves that can be removed when the women were warm or working.


  • Title: Ojibwa Doll
  • Date: 1870/1900
  • Location: Northern Great Lakes
  • Physical Dimensions: Deerskin, wool, glass beads, silk ribbon.
  • Provenance: Ojibwa

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