SMALL RATION CAN RECOVERED FROM THE WILDERNESS

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Item Code: 33-490

Typical Civil War-era tin ration can with soldered round lid on top. Possibly a fruit or milk can. Measures 3” high and 3” in diameter.  Heavily rusted with soldered seams and a few holes.  Coated and stable. Appears to have been opened on the bottom.  Recovered from a Federal camp site in the Wilderness Campaign by Wendell Lang.   [jet]

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