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|| Cartridge Box
Cartridge boxes were among the supplies the Union Army issued to a Civil War soldier.
|| Bullet pouch
Often pouches like this one were taken to war by militia and by riflemen rather than the cartridge boxes that were more familiar by the time of the American Revolution.
|| Powder Horn
This powder horn from the late 1700s has been traditionally associated with a Native American raid on Deerfield, Massachusetts in 1746.
|| Soapstone bullet mold
American colonists prepared for war with England in the 1770s by stockpiling weapons and ammunition, and by using bullet molds like this one to make lead musket balls.
|| Cartridge box
Moses Nelson of Buckland, Massachusetts, used this cartridge box while serving in the army during the War of 1812 (1812-1815).