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Children's Games Through History/Pioneers #2

August 08, 2013

Children’s Games Through History- Pioneers - #9B


Blue apron and bonnet

Straw hat

Black cotton vest



12 cloth people puppets


Native American toys bag:

Blue Bullroarer

Cornhusk doll

Hoop made from tree branch and stick for rolling

Toy wooden bow and arrow

Corncob doll

Dominos made out of peach pits

Wooden flute


Hoop on a wooden stick


Pioneer toys bag:

Wooden ball and cup

Yellow yarn pioneer doll

Box of checkers

Pair of wooden drumsticks

Deck of playing cards

Metallic toy soldiers

Suede bag with glass marbles

Wooden die


Jacob’s ladder


African- American toys bag:

Bandanna doll

Black suede ball

Clay marbles

Wooden flute

Jump rope

African –American doll


Bag full of various laminated instructions for the toys, other games and songs of the era


“Davy Crockett’s Fiddle CD


Ozark Tales And Trails coloring book

White notebook of workbook pages on pioneers

Blue notebook of quilt math puzzles to solve and color

Blue notebook

16 postcards of native Americans and pioneers



 Children of the West by Cathy Luchetti

A One –Room School by Bobbie Kalman

Schoolyard Games by Bobbie Kalman & Heather Levigne

Daily Life in a Covered Wagon by Paul Erickson

Great Pioneer Projects by Rachel Dickinson

If You Traveled West in a Covered Wagon – Ellen Levinet

Traditional Native American Arts and Activities – Arlette N. Braman

Children at the Hearth:19th Century Cooking, Manners & Games by Barbara Swell

The Homestead Pickers Homeschooler’s Folksong Collection

  (with 2 CDs)

Pioneer Dictionary by Bobbie Kalman & Jane Lewis

Pioneer Days- David C. King

Pioneer Crafts – Barbara Greenwood and Heather Collins

Stories of Young Pioneers InTheir Own Words by Violet T. Kimball (plus teacher’s guide

At. Freedom’s Table: More Than 200 Years of Recipes & Remembrances From Military Wives by Carolyn Quick Tillery



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