Double Doll hand made by the Lakota Sioux Native Americans, (circa 1890-1910). The piece features a unique and rare design of being two unique dolls having different faces and outfits on both sides. The piece is constructed with a canvas body, Native Tanned Leather with numerous Ghost Dance figures, red Hudson Bay white heart Trade Beads, and human hair. The piece was collected from Chamberlain South Dakota. Measures 12" long. This is both trade cotton and sinew sewn.