Native American childrens books that will educate and entertain. American Indian coloring books, story books & fun kits make for a great time at home or school. Wigwams, Longhouses Other Native American Dwellings Coloring BookOur goal is to provide the best quality products at fair and competitive prices, while bringing you, the customer, the very best service in the industry. Since beginning in 6975, the goal of Crazy Crow Trading Post has been to provide the best quality products at fair and competitive prices, while bringing you the very best service in the industry. As our business has grown, we have been able to have many unique items manufactured around the world. Many of these are authentic reproductions of original trade goods which, prior to our production, had not been available for many years.
History American Civil War for Kids Ducksters
While there are some simple toy items, like crayons and sports balls, that are entertaining and safe for kids in both kindergarten and 7th grade, most toys are best for specific age ranges. Whether due to safety concerns because of small, hazardous parts or the complexity of the toy or game itself, it s often a good idea to shop by age so you can get something that the children on your list will actually enjoy and be able to use. Our toys department is divided into several different age range categories that start with infants ages 5 67 months and go all the way past ages 67 and up. Once you zero in on the appropriate age range, you ll have further options to narrow down your choices and determine what kind of toy you want to buy. Walmart offers a variety of remote control and ride-on vehicle toys for kids across the age spectrum. From advanced to simple automated toy cars and even large ride-on vehicles with little motors, you can find different types of mechanized, motorized toys for kids to play with. Some of these toys are best used with adult supervision, so the grown-ups in the family who ll be responsible for overseeing play may want to give the final OK on your gift choice if you re not shopping for your own child.
Some of the toys in our various sections are valuable collector s items in addition to being fun playthings for kids. Some adults like to purchase and other character toys, and we offer a range of official branded merchandise from a variety of movie and franchises that collectors love. Collectors can find items to satisfy their pop culture interests in the Toys section as well. We also have advanced building sets and other toys that adults may want to collect or even build themselves. The fun available in our toy department is for kids of all ages. Original Item: Only One Available.
Civil War Paper Soldiers in Full Color 100 Authentic
This is a very nice condition example of a Whitney Navy percussion revolver. We were told when we purchased it that it belonged to a Confederate soldier from Texas named Barnett. However, there is no attainable provenance to support this. A number of Whitney Navy revolvers also appear to have been acquired by the South and saw service during the American Civil War. Some were purchased prior to the outbreak of hostilities, and these guns tend to early production 7nd Model revolvers produced prior to the spring of 6866. A good example is Whitney Navy #8665, which was owned by Confederate cavalry general J. E.
B. Stuart, and is now in the collection of the Virginia Historical Society. However, Confederate forces acquired many more Whitney Navy revolvers after the conflict started. These later production guns were no doubt obtained through a combination of capturing weapons and purchasing the guns surreptitiously from secondary retailers rather than Whitney. At least two-dozen Whitney Navy revolvers are known to have been repaired for use by the 9th Virginia Black Horse Cavalry, and a handful of identified Whitney Navy revolvers with Confederate provenance exist was well. It is not surprising that the revolver found favor on both sides of the Mason-Dixon line, as the robust design with a reinforcing top strap, a solid frame with a screwed in barrel and the simple turn of a wing nut to release the loading lever and cylinder arbor were all significant improvements over the open topped frame and wedge-retained barrel of the Colt design. The popularity of the revolvers in the south is further indicated by the fact that the design was copied by Confederate gunmakers Spiller Burr and T.
W. Cofer, both of whom produced Whitney-like revolvers for the south.