Ancient Voices

A Museum to honor the least known people in North America, the Original Tribal Women

This page shows some of the dolls that we have for the museum. These are representations of the type of doll that Native American children would have played with.
A Navaho style doll this is probably about 50 years old
This doll is also about 50 years old. It depicts an Indian male and is hand made
This is a commercially made doll from the 70's. It portrays Chief Joseph
Close up of the doll above the decoration on the velvet dress is very good.
A modern day depiction of a Navaho woman with her weaving and basket
Another modern doll again portraying a Navaho woman this time with pottery.
An Eskimo Style doll made by Carlson dolls probably in the 1970's
Another Navaho style doll again made by Carlson dolls this time in the 1960's
The back view of the previous doll showing the cradleboard that Carlson dolls are known for.


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©August, 2006