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This lead toy soldier was found in 1971 during excavation of the southeast wall line at Historic Fort Snelling. This excavation trench ran from the South Battery (also known as the Hexagonal Tower) to the Officers' Latrines. This area was used as a dump and contained a wide variety of artifacts.
Content Category: artifacts
Contact Period. Euro-American. Initial United States Presence.
Found at: Fort Snelling Southeast Wall Line, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States
|Provenience||Horizontal–Trenching/Stripping Extension Trench 2Vertical–1.5-2.5 feet|
318.134.5 (Accession Number)