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  1. *because 😛

  2. Wow, thanks Danielle! The name for the War of 1812 doll could be named Angelica. And the Vietnam War Doll could be name Caroline or Katherine. But should she be caucasian?

  3. If you want a War of 1812 doll, the U.S shouldn’t be the U.S yet. So Angelica ( my name for her) could have a brother in the War and her mom helps out. In Changes for Angelica, it could tell if her brother got hurt or he’s coming back. She could have a puppy named Scout. And she could have somewhat Felicity’s kind of clothes. So, do you guys like the ideas?

  4. Jessica, how about I tell you about my 1960’s girl? perhaps her stories/events can inspire you

  5. It’s a different time period Jenny. I’ll use my social studies notebook for help. I think a War of 1812 doll would be better.

  6. Do you like the idea yes or no Jenny?

  7. If you don’t like it, it’s fine. But I like ur 1960s doll idea. :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :(

  8. Jessica, for the 50th time:

    The Vietnam War HAPPENED during the 1960s (it ended I think 1975) but America entered the V War in 1965-ish.

    However, if you’re talking about your War of 1812 girl, then by all means ignore what I said above 😛

  9. Char, do you have any new Scoops coming up? I really want to find out if there are any new rumors or ideas about the next AG historicals or GOTYs! :)

  10. I want another scoop 😀 I know allot of us flock to the scoop page 😀

  11. Yes, Jenny, I was talking about the War of 1812 doll.

  12. To end the subject, what kind of doll do we want? For me, a AA GOTY & a War of 1812 historical.

  13. I jsut want an ACTUAL historic. Not a weak one, like Rebecca and Julie. A War of 1812 sounds cool. I personally would LOVE a Victorian doll (Samantha is Edwardian) a 1960’s, an Inuit AND an Amish girl 😀

  14. No new scoop right this moment, but I am always on the look out for something new!

  15. Yeah, I’m going with a War of 1812 doll. What do you think Char?

  16. I have other ideas in History…. I got find my S.S notebook and textbook……………………………………………………
    Hold on…. :)

  17. Got it!!!!!!!!
    * saying in head* *Yaow, I wrote A LOT in 5th grade!* What about a doll from the Industrial Revolution? That is all I got…. My bad

  18. What about an Erie Canal Doll?

  19. Is anyone on? And if, please read my last comments!

  20. the Industrial Revolution was in England 0_o Besides that, nellie already brings the CHild Labour issue to AG.

  21. What does 0_o mean, Jenny?

  22. Jenny, the Industrial Revolution also occured in the U.S., but it is already mainly Rebecca’s time, maybe a little earlier.

  23. It was also mainly in Samantha’s time too. Nellie brought the aspects of child labour to the AG books, so we can’t use that. Rebecca talked more about young woman and immigrants in labour