Every Man to His Station
The game Every Man to His Station was originally published in 1825,
with all hand-colored engravings. Each space on the board shows a
different location or occupation common to early 17th century England.
The game would be played with a teetotum (spinning dice) and markers,
and was meant to instill and reinforce moral behavior in its players.
The original center rectangle of the board would have an image of a
group of young boys playing the game, but in this version, an image of a
church has been pasted in its place.
Find Every Man to His Station in the catalog.