WOOD CASE OF INDIAN TERRITORY RELICS

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Item Code: 236-802

This 9” x 6” wood display case contains relics Fort Gibson, Fort Wayne, and Fort Towson. These sites were located in Indian Territory, known today as Oklahoma.

These were among the items that were assembled by Dean Thomas when accumulating pieces from specific Confederate arsenal sites to illustrate his book “Confederate Arsenals, Laboratories, and Ordnance Depots” although these specific relics are not illustrated in the books.

Relics include four trouser buttons, three round shot, three pre-Civil War silver plated eagle “I” buttons, and a Jacksonian political button (misidentified by Dean on the label).

A nice display of items recovered from “the frontier.”  [jet] [ph:L]

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