Part of the Ball State University Libraries Educational Technology and Resources Collection's Realia Collection, the dolls in the Dolls digital collection range in date from the 1930s - 1990s. They represent people from a wide range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds. A few of the dolls depict historical figures like William Penn, Benjamin Franklin, and Martha Washington. Also included are characters from popular fiction including Lewis Carroll's Alice, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes, and Humpty Dumpty.
All of the dolls are available for check out from the Educational Technology and Resources Collection. To check an item's availability, click on the 'Locate This Item in CardCat' link in the document description view (CardCat will open in your browser window).
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Educational Technology and Resources Collection, Social Studies 392 Lesson Plan - Amish Culture