A Corn husk doll by Deanna Skye

Canada, 1976

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Deanna Skye, a Cayuga Indian, is one of the few that still carries on the beautiful craft of making corn husk dolls using materials gathered from nature. Pause for a while with an Indian mother as she makes a corn husk doll for her child.

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