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The History of Toys and Games
The History of Toys and Games
Discover the origins of your favorite toys and games, from chess and checkers to Barbie and Atari.
Find out how many crayons are produced each day, who invented Lincoln Logs (hint: he's the son of a world-famous architect), and which classic toy truck is the brainchild of a group of Minnesota school teachers.
Plus: Learn more about the industry's most successful inventors, including Milton Bradley and the Parker brothers. Also, take our special quiz to test your toy smarts!
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