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The Young Folks' Historical Game

card game

Young Folks Historical Game is a simple question game. It was most likely manufactured by McLoughlin Brothers in the late 19th century. Facts about certain aspects of American History are listed on the cards and players must answer questions correctly to win the game. Like many card games of the era, this game educates as well as entertains.

Materialprinted cardstock
OriginUSA
Styletrivia
Object ID109.11947
Credit LineGift of Doug & Randi Olin and Marc & Jill Olin in memory of Stephen Olin

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