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Relive the tales of Billy the Kid, the bartenders of the saloons that kept the cowboys alive, and more.

Walk through the halls of Montezuma with the warriors who fought the Mexican-American War in 1847.

Visit Nassau Street in 1750 where Thomas Kean and Walter Murray first opened up what would become one of New York’s most famous streets, Broadway.

And so, so much more. Every single month.

Each month, you’ll get a chance to relive a period of history, to uncover what life was like in an era gone by...distant and not-so-distant past through historical books hand-picked for you.

With books steeped in historic detail, personally-curated handcrafted gifts, and more delivered in a treasure chest directly to your door, you’ll uncover more than just a period of time, you’ll discover more of your world, the people around you, and pieces of puzzles you didn’t know existed.

History’s Treasures Chest is delighted to bring your tales of the Wild West, the stories of gunfights and bar brawls, stories of loss and love. Get lost in the magnificent tales of cowboys and the epic journeys of gunslingers.

Lose yourself in the pages of history from the Greeks and Romans onward and backward. We’ll cover all sorts of topics to bring you and your family closer to our past.

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There’s so much more to the world than the streets we live on and this is a fabulous way to make it real for ourselves and our kids.

Without a screen. Without a device.

In a powerfully old fashioned way - with paper and binding to pull them right into scenes filled with awe and inspiration.

See the world through eyes alight with wonder and amazement as you discover how people excelled without the help of Google or Apple on the dusty trails of the Wild West or the factory floors of Boston, Mass.

Show your kids what the world was really like... not just what the schools want them to know.

Immerse you and your family in the dead and gone ways of the West, the East, and then some. Learn what it was really like to grow a world. Welcome to the hallowed halls of the past, Kid. This is where your future was born.