Replica of model 1861 Civil War cartridge used for demonstrative purposes. The display includes the outer, paper cartridge wrapper, rufle musket bullet with powder cylinder, complete .58 caliber rifle musket cartridge, and percussion caps.
Shadowbox containing Spencer bullets, .69 and .58 caliber bullets, pocket knives, and button pieces. All of the materials in the shadowbox were dug at Parkers Crossroads Battlefield in Henderson County, Tennessee.
This item was used during the Civil War by John B. W. Bond who was a member of Co. A, 35th Tenn. Inf. (5th Tenn. Regt., Prov. Army Mountain Rifle Regt.), CSA. The item is a combination spoon/fork utensil, and may have been used in the Shelton's...
Two Gardner bullets which were only made by the Confederacy. Unique bullet and specific to the Confederacy. Fairly rare. Used by Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. An attempt was made to stamp "CS" onto the belt plate which is most likely made of tin.