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Soldier's tin skillet
Shallow tin skillet is one component of five cooking utensils found in haversack numbered 61.H38, used by Matthias Schlinker of the 2nd Minnesota Regiment, Company E, during the Civil War in the 1864 and 1865 campaigns on Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia, and made for him by Charles R. Woods of Saint Peter, Minnesota.
Content Category: artifacts
1 3/4 inches height (pan)
8 1/2 inches diameter (pan)
11 inches length (handle)
frying pan (cookware)
Made by: Woods, Charles R.
Made in: Saint Peter, Nicollet County, Minnesota, United States
Issued by: United States, Army, Minnesota Infantry Regiment, 2nd (1861-1865), Company E
Used by: United States, Army, Minnesota Infantry Regiment, 2nd (1861-1865), Company E
Used by: Schlinker, Matthias
United States, Army, Minnesota Infantry Regiment, 2nd (1861-1865)
Used in: Fort Snelling, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States
Used in: Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, United States
Used in: Minnesota, United States
Used in: Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, United States
Used during: Sherman's March to the Sea
Used during: Civil War, 1861-1865
Children and adolescents
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Equipment and supplies.
Military. 1861-1865 (Civil & Indian Wars). Equipment & Supplies
Use: Not earlier than 1861 - Not later than 1865 (Civil War)
This is an example of a military accoutrement used during the U.S. Civil War.
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65.H42 (Accession Number)