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Matthew Henson was the first American to discover the North Pole alongside Robert Peary. The articulated action figure wears fur, goggles and snow shoes, and carries a grappling hook, an ice axe, a sextant and a rope. “This action figure is helpful in teaching African-American history to kids,” History in Action Toys Sales and Marketing Officer Geda E. Fernandez told TDmonthly.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16165 (added 11/15/2007)
Benjamin Banneker built a clock in the middle of the 18th century, and that clock continues to keep perfect time. The famous mathematician, astronomer and surveyor published an almanac and became a strong advocate of the emancipation of slaves. The Banneker figure is poseable and comes with a miniature telescope and almanac.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16164 (added 11/15/2007)
Bessie Coleman was the first Black woman to get a U.S. pilot license. Trained in France, she became famous for her spectacular air stunts. The articulated figure comes with goggles, a vintage scarf, a map and interchangeable heads. Emphasizing the importance of child safety, History in Action Toys Sales and Marketing Officer Geda E. Fernandez told TDmonthly that History in Action Toys’ products are “safe from harmful materials.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16163 (added 11/15/2007)
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