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(5) Different 1926 Historical Trading Cards
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This item is already sold(5) Different 1926 Historical Trading Cards
Historical   Political   Military   Native American Indian   Abraham Lincoln   U.S. President   Americana   Civil War   Trading Card
The picture shows a view of all (5) Different 1926 Historical Trading Cards in this lot. The back of the Abraham Lincoln card is shown to see the back design of these. The origin of these cards is unknown. There are at least (99) cards to the set. They appear to be an educational card set. The following cards are included in this lot:

#35. The French and Indian War
Picture: The Home Life of the Acadians

#37. Indian Allies of the French and English
Picture A: Thayendanegea called Joseph Brant by the English. A Mohawk Chief and the great leader of the Iroquois.
Picture B: Ma-Ka-Tai-Me-She-Kia-Kiah (meaning ''Black Hawk, a Saukie Brave'') was a member of the Algonquin Federation.
Picture C: Lap-Pa-Win-Soe - A Delaware Chief belonging to the Algonquins.

#38. The Settlement of Kentucky and Tennessee
Picture A:Early Settlers choosing a site for their new homes.
Picture B: Daniel Boone

#92. Abraham Lincoln
Picture A: Log Cabin
Picture B: Abraham Lincoln as a young man.

#99. ''From Atlanta to the Sea''
Picture A: The Union Army of General Sherman marching to Savannah, Georgia.
Picture B: General William T. Sherman

The cards measure 4-3/4'' x 3-5/8''. They are in good condition with some wear as pictured. The Lincoln card has a corner crease.

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(5) Different 1926 Historical Trading Cards


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