Amy Sefton / BuzzFeed Life 1. A shirt that proclaims exactly what kind of person they really are. Etsy / Via etsy.com $14.95 on Etsy. 2. An iPhone case will suffice, as well. Cafepress / Via cafepress.com $19.99 on Cafepress. 3. Finger puppets of some of the most badass females that have ever lived. The Unemployed Philosophers Guild / Via philosophersguild.com Like Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, and Rosa Parks. $6.95 each from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild. 4. A Rosetta Stone flash drive. British Museum / Via britishmuseumshoponline.org £9.99 from The British Museum. 5. A travel mug that brings together all of Henry VIII's wives. Cafepress / Via cafepress.com $22.99 on Cafepress. 6. Or this card, if you've had a heady past together. Etsy / Via etsy.com Pun intended.$4.50 on Etsy. 7. A punny piece of wall art inspired by Genghis Khan. Etsy / Via etsy.com $5 on Etsy. 8. Revolutionary earrings that channel the Constitution. Etsy / Via etsy.com $12.95 on Etsy. 9. A Napoleon Bonaparte wall decal to watch over them. Etsy / Via etsy.com He may have been short, but this will loom tall over any room.$23.94 on Etsy. 10. A mug that celebrates the Supreme Court's highs and lows. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF The Unemployed Philosophers Guild / Via philosophersguild.com The names of the loser of each case appear when the mug gets heated like a courtroom battle.$13.95 from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild. 11. Two thousand years of history condensed into an extra-useful ruler. Readers & Writers Shop / Via thelibraryshop.org Just like Theodore Roosevelt said, "Speak softly and carry a historically accurate stick."$22 at Readers & Writers Shop. 12. A shirt that celebrates Frederick Douglass's excellence. Etsy / Via etsy.com $37 on Etsy. 13. A King Tut-tastic tote bag. Etsy / Via etsy.com $24.99 on Etsy. 14. Socks that celebrate some of the finest presidents. Amazon / Via amazon.com Bet you'll be washing that middle one a ton. (Sorry.)$30 on Amazon. 15. A PSA that Marie Antoinette didn't say anything about cake. Redbubble / Via redbubble.com $24.80 from Redbubble. 16. A reminder that you can do it! Etsy / Via etsy.com For when liquid courage isn't enough.$15.99 on Etsy. 17. The original Broadway cast recording of Hamilton. Amazon / Via amazon.com So they don't throw away their shot to listen to the best show tunes in quite some time.$22.85 on Amazon. 18. A beautiful chart that chronicles the entire history of life on earth. Uncommon Goods / Via uncommongoods.com $200 from Uncommon Goods. 19. A pencil sharpener shaped like a catapult. British Museum / Via britishmuseumshoponline.org £2.99 from The British Museum. 20. Fridge magnets that imagine terriers as historical figures. Etsy / Via etsy.com There's a Viking, a knight, a pharaoh, and more!$4.24 on Etsy. 21. A poster that shows that George Washington should be glad he crossed the Delaware before iPhones were invented. Zazzle / Via zazzle.com $31.60 on Zazzle. 22. Words of wisdom from Eleanor Roosevelt. Etsy / Via etsy.com $8.99 on Etsy. 23. A quick way to show they a-dor(e)ic ancient Greek columns. Etsy / Via etsy.com $21.99 on Etsy. 24. A way to display the Gandhi quote they wish to see in the world. Lookhuman / Via lookhuman.com $59 from Lookhuman. 25. A growler that immortalizes Benjamin Franklin's wisdom. Etsy / Via etsy.com $16.99 on Etsy. 26. A kickass coffee table book. Urban Outfitters / Via urbanoutfitters.com $14.95 from Urban Outfitters. 27. Or a tome that finally sheds light on history's forgotten characters. Buy Olympia / Via buyolympia.com $20 from Buy Olympia. 28. A tribute to the creepy, kooky, and altogether ooky John and Abigail Adams. Etsy / Via etsy.com $5 on Etsy. 29. A hatching dinosaur candle, if prehistory is more their thing. Firebox / Via firebox.com $45.19 on Firebox. 30. And this shirt that just really wants things to go back to the way they were. Etsy / Via etsy.com $15.99 on Etsy.