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George Washington's Collection of River Crossing & Coin Puzzles
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George Washington's Collection of River Crossing & Coin Puzzles

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ObjectFind the correct river crossing and formation.
DifficultyLevel 8 - Demanding
BrandProfessor Puzzle
TypeMore Wood Puzzles
PackagingCardboard Box

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This puzzle is part of the GREAT MINDS COLLECTION.

The Aim: You are General Washington.  Apply your own strategies to find the best solution for 40 different river crossing and formation puzzle challenges. 

George Washington (1732 - 1799) was the first president of the United States and one of its founding fathers.  As a young man, he fought in the French and Indian War (1754-63).  During the American Revolutionary War (1775-83), he became a national hero when he led the Continental Army to victory over the British.  He is considered one of the Great Minds of our time. 


  • 1 wooden tray
  • 2 metal General Washington coins
  • 4 wooden General Gates coins
  • 4 wooden General Lee coins
  • 40 puzzle cards
  • 2 instruction cards

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    On Friday April 29th Paschalis wrote,
Great quality of materials and absolutely amazing collection of river crossing puzzles. We love it!
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