The items offered here are various displays of historical related material for Museum or Classroom use. Only a limited selection are currently available but many more are being developed. Please Contact Us if you have an idea for a History Teaching Display that isn't offered here.
Quipus was the process of knot tying used by the Incas to record information and assist memory recall. This shadow box display shows the set of knots used to record the numbers one through nine. There is also a length showing various other knot types that were used to record other information.
ITEM #HD001: $35.00
This display shows different types of beading used by different cultures.
ITEM #HD002: $35.00
This display is a reflection of the production of every young girl learning basic embroidery as a life skill upon the early American frontier.