Batoche, Porcelain Doll Fragments (01)

Title: Batoche, Porcelain Doll Fragments (01)
Creator: Dolls, Toys, Batoche, Dennis, Jean Fisher
Description: This image (by Peter Beszterda) is of one of five porcelain doll fragments found at various locations in Batoche by Dennis and Jean Fisher and their sons in the early 1970s. The fragments appear to be from two dolls since they include the parts of two torsos. The dolls are made of porcelain and one torso seems to indicate that it was made in Japan in 1885. The doll fragments are part of the Dennis and Jean Fisher Collection. This collection contains archaeological artifacts taken from the battlefields of the 1885 Resistance as well as Fort Pitt (Saskatchewan), Cumberland House (Saskatchewan) and St. Peter’s Mission, Montana. The collection also includes various artifacts and ephemera relating to the 1885 Resistance and Gabriel Dumont.
Date: 1885
Type: Image
Date of Copyright: December 13, 2011
Coverage: Batoche, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
GDI Media Filename: Batoche Doll Torso (Front).jpg

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Category Fisher, Dennis and Jean Archaeological and Historical Artifact Collection