This Native American girl doll is named Weetamoo, depicted to be grinding corn to make cornbread. The doll is made of wood, like most dolls in the 17th century. Each doll is individually hand made, signed and dated by the artist, Mary Michaud. Doll measures 12 inches tall. Established in 1985, Silhouette Doll Company has been making dolls in the New England coastal town of Westport, Massachusetts, USA. We are proud to offer these beautiful dolls, designed exclusively for Jamestown Settlement.