The corn husk doll is a tradition in some Native American cultures. Made for children, these toys were often made faceless as to encourage the child’s imagination. Sold separately, there is a doll decorated to resemble a male and another to resemble a female. The male figure is dressed in trousers while the female figure is dressed in a long garment. Each have a small feather on the head. Minimal beadwork is also present. Each doll sets on a round piece of wood.