Corn Husk Doll in Canoe, CACMBG18-03

7" tall

15" long

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  • For centuries the Iroquois child has played with dolls made from corn husks, some dressed, some plain. They were made without faces to encourage the child's imagination. After the intrusion of the European, the heads were sometimes made of dried apples with finger pinched, molded features. This particular piece was made by Owa'nyudance from the Cayuqa nation, snapping turtle clan. A unique piece to add to your collection.