The Abigail Doll

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We are delighted to announce the expansion of our Beautiful Girlhood Doll Collection to include the lovely Abigail (A Father’s Joy). Your daughters will spend countless blissful hours of “mommy practice” as they care for their little playmates.

When a girl plays with a doll, she is preparing to be a mommy someday. Her first role model is her own mother, and her first opportunity at role-playing is with her dolls. With this in mind, we are pleased to offer the Abigail doll for your girls to cherish for years to come and then pass onto a future daughter. Abigail is made by the Goetz doll company.

Exquisitely crafted, Abigail can stand and sit alone. As durable as she is lovely, Abigail is ready to be hugged and squeezed with love! Abigail comes wearing an adorable blue, feminine dress, complete with white socks and white shoes.

Your little girls can relive history when they dress their Abigail doll in our specially designed, Vision Forum exclusive, historical costumes. Abigail can brave the voyage to New England as Priscilla Mullins, help Lewis and Clark find the Northwest Passage as Sacagawea, serve tea at the White House as Dolley Madison, stroll the deck of the Titanic as Nan Harper, or climb the Alps as Maria von Trapp. True “little girl” dolls are rare in our age of fashion models and rushed childhood. Playing with Abigail will fill your daughter’s childhood with memories to inspire her as she grows up to be a mommy.

Extra Information: Abigail is 18" tall. Abigail is the same size as The American Girls Collection® dolls, but is not the same size as the Elsie Dinsmore doll. Abigail comes with a blue dress outfit and ten additional outfits are also available, sold separately.

Caring for Abigail: Abigail’s hair is very high quality and is fully rooted; it may be brushed. Her hair can be washed and her body can be gently cleaned with a mild soap.

Complete instructions regarding the cleaning and care of Beautiful Girlhood Collection dolls can be downloaded here.

The American Girls Collection® is a trademark of Pleasant Company.



Two face molds were used for this doll. The second is the one listed below (as Gotz Dark). The Evangeline doll was sometimes sold as Abigail but also as a separate doll.

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