Join us for the Jeff O’Connor lecture series about Colonial America in Schoharie County! The lecture series will be held on the first Tuesday of every month starting February 7th through May 2nd. Please check
The sound of the whirling disk lends this folk toy its common name of “buzzer”, although it appears in English literature as early as 1686 under the general name for spinning toys, whirligig. The scalloped edge of our buzzer identifies it more particularly as a “buzz saw” toy. In past times the edge was often More Info »
Our Jacob's Ladder is an old-fashioned toy made from six wooden blocks measuring 2-1/2 inches by 3 inches that are connected with black cotton ribbon. Hold the top block and watch the others "descend" like someone on a ladder. The Jacob's Ladder is one of the toys that early American children were allowed to play More Info »
Our set of Nine Pins (with cloth bag)is a tabletop version of the traditional bowling game which can be played on any tabletop surface. It comes packaged with a cloth, drawstring bag, game rules, a wooden ball, and an extra bowling pin for anyone who also cares to play Ten Pins.