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Drummer Boy
Drummer Boy
by J.H. Singer (1890)
Player Count
2 to 4
Categories
  • American Civil War
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    Description

    This is a game for children with an American Civil War military theme published in 1890.

    Players begin the game as a drummer boy and attempt to rise through the ranks and become a general. The board is styled like a maze and players move based on the results of a spinner.
    Certain spaces on the board have special rules. A drum symbol allows the player to spin again. Other spaces have instructions like "Surly. Go to Guard House" and penalize the player.

    The first child to reach the "General" space is declared he winner.

    Includes a colorful 13" x 13" board illustrated with Civil War scenes, metal tokens, and a drum-shaped spinner.

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