Four doll families, consisting of 34 dolls and 170 authentic costumes, offer colorful glimpses of what Americans wore from the 1650s through the 1860s. Dolls of both genders and every age appear with formal, informal, and working attire from the Pilgrim, Colonial, Federal, and Civil War eras. Include... read more
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Four doll families, consisting of 34 dolls and 170 authentic costumes, offer colorful glimpses of what Americans wore from the 1650s through the 1860s. Dolls of both genders and every age appear with formal, informal, and working attire from the Pilgrim, Colonial, Federal, and Civil War eras. Includes detailed descriptions of all garments.
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