The Iroquois pay a great deal of attention to making toys for their children. This traditional doll dating from the late 19th century has a corn husk face and body. She is wearing a beaded outfit that is an exact copy of the traditional Kanien’kehá:ka costume and would surely be the prized possession of a little Iroquois girl.
The McCord Museum of Canadian History

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