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1940s Native American Skookum Dolls – a Pair
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Made by a variety of companies from to circa , Skookum dolls depicted Native American Indians in a variety of sizes and clothing. The principal manufacturer, the H. Besides elaborate clothing ranging from feathered headdress to leather moccasins, the features of the dolls were colored with a yellowish-brown earth pigment called sienna. Skookum dolls were designed by Mary Mrs. McAboy of Missoula, Montana. Each one had a different look that was particularly human.
Learn how to take your home from blah to bananas. We’re dishing on all the ways to bring chic and unique style to your space. Warning: Decorating with Chairish can be addictive. Large pair of male and female skookum dolls of braided hair, plastic faces, and wooden legs with fabric and felt Tammen Co. The patents were granted on February 17, One of the applications was for a male and the other a female and in three styles — a male doll, a female doll, a female doll with a baby.
The dolls started to become so popular that Mary McAboy partnered with H.
Skookum dolls were popular from the early s until the s. They were factory made dolls that resembled Native American people. They were sold to the tourists at trading posts in the Western United States. Early dolls heads were made of dried apples with the bodies made of wood and stuffed with either leaves, straw, twigs or grass stuffed in a muslin sack.
Most of their dolls date from the s to the present, including many whose ever popular and charming (but not culturally accurate) “Skookum Indian” dolls.
New Exhibit: Moccasins to Mukluks Dolls of the First North Americans February 6 – May 2, It is quite a pleasure to bring you an exhibit of wonderful dolls from some very important doll makers – the first North Americans. We have wanted for a long time to put this special exhibit together, and it is finally happening! There is such a fabulous diversity and range of dolls made by Native Americans; we promise you a great exhibit, both enjoyable and educational.
Bring the family and escape the late winter doldrums. Along with some fine examples of dolls from the Museum’s own collection, including a fascinating group of Native-Alaskan dolls Rosalie Whyel was born and raised in Alaska, and a number of the staff have lived there , we are honored to display a selection of dolls lent by mother and daughter, Jane and Sarah Gregory of southern California, from their remarkable collection.
Most of their dolls date from the s to the present, including many whose makers are identified a real bonus, as often that information was lost through the years. Some local collectors will also be sharing dolls in the exhibit, which features about dolls, depicting over 50 different groups or tribes, dating from the late 19th century to the present and representing all of the different cultural areas of North America: Arctic, Subarctic, Northwest Pacific Coast, California-Intermountain region, Plateau, Southwest, Southeast, Plains, and Eastern Woodlands.
A Skookum doll was a Native American themed doll, sold as a souvenir item in the early 20th century. Although considered collectible, they are not authentic Indian dolls, as they were designed and created by a white woman, and quickly mass-produced. Mary Dwyer McAboy , who was from Missoula , Montana , learned to carve apple head dolls as a child from her mother. Mary Dwyer had worked as a schoolteacher before marrying Frank E. McAboy in Her husband died of tuberculosis four years later, in
Most Skookum dolls look to the left, as do their babies, it is rare indeed to see These are artist made miniatures dating from the early s – none.
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Dating before , Seminole and Miccosukee men carved dolls out of wood and clothed them in traditional Seminole and Miccosukee outfits to sell to tourists. It was taboo, however, to carve realistic dolls that resembled a specific person. The Seminole and Miccosukee believed that a realistic doll would bring harm to the person it looked like, as well as to the person who made it. Determining gender of a palmetto doll can be challenging to the casual viewer.
Female and male palmetto dolls are designed differently, but both are made with palmetto fibers. Male dolls are made with a round head and a square body that has attached limbs.
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Skookum Dolls. Buy Online. Contact Us. Skookum Dolls – Skookums Doll History. The history of Skookum dolls starts with Mary McAboy filing two applications for patents for a doll or toy figure on November 29,
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The Makah tribe of the Northwest, who also use the Salishan language, translate the word skookum to mean an evil spirit. The Arrow Novelty Company took over the manufacturing of the dolls in Composition heads were painted with life-like facial features.
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Mary McAboy first started making Skookum Bully Good Indian dolls in and received a patent for them in Skookum dolls were popular from the early.
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