BULLET IN WOOD FROM NEW BERN, NC

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Item Code: 2023-2458

Excavated remains of a tree with a bullet fired into it.  The base and cavity of a three-groove rifle musket bullet is visible. Wood measures 6” long x 1.25” wide.  Wood remains stable and is uncoated.

Recovered from New Bern, North Carolina.   [jet] [ph:L]

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