Moose Jaw Jane Doe was an unidentified preteen who only had her skull found. Because of this, extremely little information is known about her physical appearance.
The decedent's skull was found by a canoeist on the Moose Jaw River. Her skull was lodged into the side of a beaver dam. It was later examined by the University of Saskatchewan's Department of Archaeology, where it was determined her skull had been exposed to the elements somewhere between 50 and 100 years.