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Title Apache Doll, Female
Object ID 2010.20.086
Object Name Doll
Description Female Apache doll has a fabric face and hands. Features are embroidered. Hair is dark brown/blackand is uniquely attached. Appears to be a crotched skull cap of very fine thread with long, loose threads attached as on a wig. She has seedbead earrings of light blue and red and a necklace of the same colors. Her long-sleeved, collared, orange velvet shirt has a plaquet closed with a silver concho and 2 blue seed beads. Her navy blue skirt, sun faded to brown in the front, is pleated at the waistand and has a band of orange and a band of royal blue around the bottom above a lavender flounce. Her blue petticoat is gathered at the waist and covers her long white bloomers, black ribbed stockings and short, red leather boots that have a concho closing and tan soles. On her back is a cradleboard, slung over her sholder bandolier fashion. Baby is small and well secured to the board. The board does not have an awning support.
Dimensions H-12 W-4.5 D-4 inches
Collection Cook Native American Ministries
Search Terms Cook Native American Ministries

Indian artifact

Doll, Apache with cradle board