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We had these Christmas cookie cutters when I was growing up and I still have them.

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Roman civilization, 1st century A.D. Lava cylindrical millstone used for grinding wheat. From Pompei, House of the Blacksmith

Take a close-up look at Jesse Owens, an African American track starand one of the greatest athletes of all time. Interviews with experts and lively writing deliver the accurate reporting you expect fr More

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One of the first Barbies. Mine was like this but her hair was a "blonde bubble" instead of redhead.

Reward for Doc Holiday. This is an authentic wanted sign, this were used to show the town who to look out for. The Wests most dangerous men would be displayed so the town could be cautious of who was wanted at the time. Not all signs were wanted signs, like this one, it's a warning sign just to worn the town of a potential criminal.

Grizzley Bear, a Native American man on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana, poses in front of a wood building on the reservation. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Brandenburg Gate - East Berlin - January 1968 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Vintage 1959 "Huckleberry Hound Western Game" Board Game by Milton Bradley

In a primitive barter economy, tangibles become currency. DRG and I store a variety of tangible items just in case an economic collapse occurs and bartering is necessary. One of those assets being ...

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1862–1869: The Transcontinental Railroad It was a race. Which company could lay the most railroad track? Would it be the Central Pacific, working east from Sacramento, California? Or the Union Pacific, working west from Omaha, Nebraska? The lure of work brought 12,000 Chinese immigrants to the Central Pacific line. | Immigration Throughout History | Kids Discover