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Description Six women's finger rings made from briar root. The rings were found in Georgia by Dr. George L. Gates of the 2nd Minnesota Infantry Regiment, Company A.
Quantity 6 items
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 3/8 inch height (6895.31.1)
1 inch width (6895.31.1)
1 1/4 inches depth (6895.31.1)
3/8 inch height (6895.31.2)
1 inch width (6895.31.2)
1 1/8 inches depth (6895.31.2)
1/2 inch height (6895.31.3)
7/8 inch width (6895.31.3)
7/8 inch depth (6895.31.3)
3/8 inch height (6895.31.4)
1 inch width (6895.31.4)
1 inch depth (6895.31.4)
3/8 inch height (6895.31.5)
7/8 inch width (6895.31.5)
7/8 inch depth (6895.31.5)
1/4 inch height (6895.31.6)
3/4 inch width (6895.31.6)
3/4 inch depth (6895.31.6)
Nomenclature Ring (jewelry)
Subjects United States, Army, Minnesota Infantry Regiment, 2nd (1861-1865), Company A
Found by: Gates, Dr. George L.
Used during Civil War
Used in Minnesota, United States
Clothing. Women's Jewelry. Rings
Dates Use: Not earlier than 1861 - Not later than 1865

Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 6895.31.1-6

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