A delicate doll, made by Native American women more than 230 years ago, was the cherished possession of Polly Heckewelder (1781-1868), daughter of a Moravian missionary couple in Ohio. Archives’ staff is now preparing an exhibit about Polly Heckewelder and her doll as a parallel exhibit to the upcoming exhibit “All Dolled Up: Polly and Her Sisters” at the Moravian Museum of Bethlehem.

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