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This Civil War-era wooden snare drum has skin snare heads, rope tuning chords and leather ear tugs. The device on the front of the shell is a Federal eagle below a sunburst motif. The drum was made by W. Raymond of Winona, Minnesota, a manufacturer of snare and bass drums, banjos, tambourines, and more. This drum was among contents of the Meighen Store in Forestville, Minnesota. The drum is associated with drumsticks 2003.74.1.2.A,B.
Content Category: artifacts
16 1/2 inches diameter
14 inches height
Made by: Raymond, W.
Made in: Winona, Minnesota, United States
Retailed by: Meighen Store
Retailed in: Forestville, Fillmore County, Minnesota, United States
Used during: Civil War, 1861-1865
Music. Instruments. Percussion Instruments
Military. 1861-1865 (Civil & Indian Wars). Equipment & Supplies
Content: Not earlier than 1861 - Not later than 1865 (Civil War)
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2003.74.1.1 (Accession Number)