Juneteenth Paper Dolls: Commemorating the 150 Year Anniversary of the Abolishment of Slavery in the United States Nova M Edwards Author
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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.


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