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front Maple Syrup Container

This tin syrup container was used to can syrup produced in Franklin County; then and now Massachusetts' largest maple syrup producing county.
front Maple Sugar Molds

Maple syrup is heated until it crystallizes and then is poured into these sugar molds.
front Kate Melvina Newton Wiley (1851-1911)

The tintype of Kate Melvina Newton Wiley is literally a photograph produced on metal.
front "F. E. Field" store sign

This sign was rescued from a fire that destroyed the store of F.E. Field in Greenfield, Massachusetts, in August, 1875.
front Sconce-Candle Reflector
c. 1835
This tin candleholder came from Hall Tavern in Charlemont, Massachusetts.
front Tea Canister
This tin canister kept the loose tea it held clean and dry.
front Nutmeg Grater
This small kitchen tool was made by a metalsmith and was indispensable for grating nutmeg for use in flavoring foods.
front Plate and cup
This tin plate and cup held army rations for Jesse L. Delano of Sunderland, Massachusetts, during the Civil War (1861-1865).
front Draft cylinder
c. 1860
This Civil War-era draft cylinder was used for drawing names to conscript soldiers for military service.
front Candle Mold
The speed at which candles could be produced at home was increased with the introduction of the candle mold in the 19th century.


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