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Slate Pencil

Slate Pencil

Our slate pencil is 5 inches in length and is perfect for writing on your slate board. $.95 Made in Portugal. Slate Pencil and Slate Board are sold...
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Mormon Trail Lapel Pin

Mormon Trail Lapel Pin

"Mormon Trail - Fort Laramie National Historic Site" is a collectible metal and acrylic Mormon Trail Lapel Pin with a man pulling a handcart across...
$3.99

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Mormon Trail Hiking Medallion

Mormon Trail Hiking Medallion

"Mormon Trail - Fort Laramie National Historic Site" is a collectible metal hiking medallion that depicts a man pulling a handcart across the river....
$4.99

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Mormon Trail Magnet

Mormon Trail Magnet

"Mormon Trail - Fort Laramie National Historic Site" is a collectible metal and acrylic Mormon Trail Magnet. It depicts a Mormon pulling a handcart...
$4.99

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Wyoming Forts Magnet

Wyoming Forts Magnet

Metal and acrylic magnet of Wyoming Forts. Soldiers stand in front of Old Bedlam as a soldier rides towards you as wagons going west are pulled by...
$4.99

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Slate Board

Slate Board

This double-sided, real slate board is perfect for practicing your penmanship, arithmetic, or drawing. Wipe with a soft cloth to erase. The...
$6.99

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Sunbonnet - Doll/Infant

Sunbonnet - Doll/Infant

The sunbonnet is often viewed as symbolic of the Oregon Trail Days. This type of women's headwear dates back to the late 18th century and was...
$11.99

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Pioneer Dance Tunes of the Far West CD

Pioneer Dance Tunes of the Far West CD

Performed by Phil and Vivian Williams Dancing was one of the most important recreational activities for pioneers in the West. They danced squares,...
$14.99

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Sunbonnet - Small

Sunbonnet - Small

The sunbonnet is often viewed as symbolic of the Oregon Trail Days. This type of women's headwear dates back to the late 18th century and was...
$15.99

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The Blue Tattoo

The Blue Tattoo

In 1851 Olive Oatman was a thirteen-year old pioneer traveling west toward Zion, with her Mormon family. Within a decade, she was a white Indian with...
$17.95

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