- Caroline (1800s)
- Josefina (1800s)
- Cecile & Marie-Grace (1800s)
- Addy (1800s)
- Kit (1900s)
- Molly (1900s)
- Julie (1900s)
- Rebecca (1900s)
There have also been some dolls who have been "retired:"
Each doll has her own line of accessories that includes a series of books about her life, furniture, clothing, pets, and things that she would use or play with. For some dolls, a doll of her best friend is included in the collection. Four of the dolls have had movies made about their stories.
There is also another line of dolls called "Girl of the Year," previously called "American Girl Today" before 2006. Each girl stars in her two book(one book before 2007) series. Their stories take place in modern times in the year they are released. The line was made starting in 2001. However, there wasn't a Girl of the Year in 2002 and 2004 due to low sales of Lindsey. These are the Girls of the Year:
Mia St. Clair(2008)
Chrissa Maxwell, along with Gwen Thompson and Sonali Matthews(2009)
Saige Copeland (2013)
The American Girl series was first created by The Pleasant Company in 1986, but today it is made by Mattel, a large toy company.
Other websites [change]
- Official American Girl web site
- Society of American Girl Collectors
- Archived Article about the uniqueness of the American Girls Doll.
- On-Set Pictures: Molly: An American Girl Victory
- Kit's Movie Headed For Theatres