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  • D-Day Operation Overlord

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  • Large print with the marked up draft of the Declaration of Independence Archival print

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  • The Repulse of Longstreet’s Assault at Gettysburg archival print with key to the painting identifying who is shown and brochure reprint describing the battle

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  • "Stars and Stripes Forever" Made in America Shirt

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  • The Battle of Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863 — Original design shirts and exquisite reproductions

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  • General Eisenhower on D-Day

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  • George Washington Portrait by Alfred Jones — Framed print made in America

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  • Washington Inaugural Address Porcelain Desk or Dresser tray

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  • Nathanael Greene "Signature Series" with quote on the back — Made in America shirt

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  • Teddy Roosevelt's "The Man in the Arena" Archival Print

    Available in two sizes: 12" x 15" and 19" x 24"

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  • The Battle of the Bulge Made in America Shirt from The History List store

    The Battle of the Bulge

    Our original design includes the Sherman Cobra King that broke through to link up with the 101st and five historical references.

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  • Mayflower Passengers Foldout

    A powerful infographic showing the passengers of the Mayflower, named and grouped by family, and those who made it to the First Thanksgiving one year later.

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  • Boston Tea Party 250th Anniversary — Made in America

    Our original design and available exclusively here, commemorates the 250th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773.

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  • Glass George Washington Inaugural Button Paperweights — Made in America

    Boxed, with a foldout with historical information about the many different buttons and their designs.

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  • Titanic Document Box

    Replicas of 26 documents come in a black storage box with the White Star Line logo.

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