1950s Ojibway (First Nations) Moss bag at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - From the curators' comments: "Children were kept in moss bags for both sleeping and transportation. A diaper consisted of a rectangular cloth lined with sphagnum moss. Additional moss was placed between the baby's legs. The baby was wrapped in several layers of cotton cloth and then laced into the moss bag. In winter beaver fur and hair skins were added for extra warmth."