CANE COMPOSED OF WOOD FROM CULP’S HILL

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Visits to Gettysburg began as early as the days directly following the battle and became increasingly popular in the proceeding years, as did the collection of souvenirs from the battlefield. This is an example of one of those early souvenirs.

Wood grain fibers are distinct in most cases open with both straight and irregular grains.  There are large and small knots throughout the length of the cane that add a nice rustic finish.   Faintly marked, “Gettysburg / July 1 2 3 1863 / Wood From Culp’s Hill”.

Overall measures 32” in length, with modern rubber piece attached at end.  Some hair line cracks near bottom.  [MC/LD] [ph:L]

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