Juneteenth Paper Dolls: Commemorating the 150 Year Anniversary of the Abolishment of Slavery in the United States by Nova Edwards
On June 19, 1865, known as Juneteenth, American slaves in Texas were informed that they had been emancipated. Juneteenth is a very important event in American history. These two paper dolls, fashioned with late 19th to early 20th century clothes and hair, are a celebration of Juneteenth. The 8 1/2" hand-illustrated dolls come as a set with five dresses each and attached stands. Also, included is a brief description of the Juneteenth celebration with pictures of the June 19, 1865 announcement and President Abraham Lincoln's emancipation proclamation. PLEASE NOTE: The paper dolls and clothes are printed on standard 24 lb paper.