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|| Miniature Chest of Drawers
The miniature 18th century wooden tall chest from Maine is six inches high with a lift top and three working drawers.
|| Cradle with painted decoration
A deep, narrow cradle was ideal for a newborn baby, swaddled in blankets, in a cold New England house.
|| "Lily" Chest with Drawers
This lift-top chest over two drawers is decorated with a stencil shaped like a lily.
|| Bass Viol
Most early New England meeting houses lacked organs in the late 18th and early 19th centuries and used other instruments to accompany the singing such as this bass viol made and used by Justin Hitchcock (1752-1822) of Deerfield, Massachusetts, in 1770.