Doll, Canada. This doll from Canada has been dressed in a very detailed, exact copy of an adult female’s clothing. It was collected among the Inuit in the early twentieth century. Dolls like this one would traditionally have been made by female relatives to teach children about identities and about their role in life. However, with the decline in wearing of traditional clothes, coupled with the increase in tourism, this type of doll was increasingly made for sale to tourists.