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Board Game

Game Board

Object TitleGrand National Victory: A New Game
Object Number:16294A
Current Location: Collections Storage
Culture:American
Provenience: United States of America
New York
New York County
New York City
Period: Late 19Th Century
Date Made: 1870-1894
Early Date: 1870
Late Date: 1894
Section:Historic
Materials:Cardboard
Credit Line:Gift of Mrs. John Harrison, 1894

Description

Grand National Victory Board Game, a Historical game of the late Civil War period (1861-1865) - Board (A). Men (B), C (Box) and D (top/spinner). A) Game board with directions printed on back. Series of circles numberred 1 (Washington) to 100 (Richmond) arranged in a spiral. Each circle represents a person or place relevant to the US Civil War. Made/sold by H. B. Palmer; McBride & Turner, Printers. Copyright secured (no date listed)

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