Our original design honoring the "1773 Boston Tea Party". Made by hand in New England. Each bracelet comes in a beautiful box and includes a small card with a historical account of the event along with a "1773" sticker.
Also available, the Stamp Act Bracelet and the "Seal of Newport Rhoade Island Counsel" necklace with a large, oval wax seal featuring a sheep with the words, "Seal of Newport Rhoade Island Counsel" from the Newport Historical Society.
The perfect presents for empowered women...
These "Jailed for Freedom" pin and pendant with chain depict a jail door, with a heart-shaped lock and chain attached.
A modern replica in support of the women's suffrage, the phrase "Votes for Women" in a pennant pin, stickers, magnets, and button pins.
Our collection of v-neck shirts not only features a flattering cut but it is also made from a super soft shirt that has been getting rave reviews from day 1. Available in your favorite original designs: "History Nerd" with Ben Franklin in light red heather, "Revolutionary Superheroes" in black, "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of History" in light red heather, and "Victory" in Vintage navy.
The perfect tote bag for history lovers, with our rallying cry, "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of history," printed very large on one side. Exclusively ours. When you carry this bag, you affirm your love of history and remind others of its importance.
Our "History Nerd" with Ben Franklin caps is a great accessory this summer and on your next historic road trip, when attending battle reenactments or living history events, and for exploring historic sites.
For the home, the Old North Church Lantern, a replica of the ones used to signal the riders on the night of April 18, 1775, "Join or Die" framed print, and our exclusive Framed Set of Revolutionary Documents: "America to her Mistaken Mother" and "Britannia to America".
The bestselling "The Road to Concord: How Four Stolen Cannon Ignited the Revolutionary War", signed by historian J. L. Bell.
Find all these great history gift ideas and more at The History List store.
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