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    • Pick

    • Agricultural machinery & implements
    • This hand tool has a metal head with two pointed ends. Its wooden handle is approximately 2.5 feet long. Originally used as an agricultural tool, the pick is often used to break up hard surfaces.
    • Bale hooks

    • Agricultural machinery & implements
    • Pointed metal rods are bent through a ring to form bale hooks used to hold sacks or bales of cotton or hay.
    • Scythe

    • Agricultural machinery & implements; Scythes
    • The long, curved wooden handle with two handgrips is attached to a metal blade. The curved blade has a sharp edge on one side and a grooved edge on the other, forming a hook.
    • Broad axe

    • Axes
    • The broad axe has a wide triangular shaped blade with a slightly curved cutting edge. The wooden handle is secured to the blade with a metal band and metal spikes or nails. Broad axes are tools used to create building timbers and planks.
    • Leather satchel

    • Bags; Leather goods
    • Styled from brown alligator skin, this oblong, rectangular satchel has a hinged top opening and a flat bottom. The bag closes with a locking metal latch and has a matching handle.
    • Barbed wire - Scutt arrow plate

    • Barbed wire
    • Scutt arrowplate barbed wire consists of two twisted-strand wires with four point sheet metal arrow plate barbs. Each barb is split and shaped like an arrowhead. Scutt arrowplate barbed wire has patent 20500, issued June 18, 1878, by Hiram B....
    • Beaded bracelet

    • Beads; Jewelry; Bracelets
    • This piece of jewelry consists of a string of 23 rounded, gold-colored beads with indented surfaces. Knots separate each bead, and the piece is closed with a metal clasp. A secondary strand of imitation pearls separated with metal connectors is...
    • Bracelet

    • Bracelets; Jewelry
    • The metal oval bangle bracelet is decorated with an engraved floral design. The monogram "C.H.T." is engraved inside the band.
    • Bullet mold

    • Bullets; Ammunition
    • The metal bullet mold has two handles that are hinged to form round cavities for molding lead bullets.
    • Branding iron

    • Cattle brands
    • This branding iron is a long metal rod with a curve-shaped symbol attached at one end with two prongs. Branding irons were heated until red-hot, and then pressed against the hide of livestock to leave an identifying scar or mark.
    • Powder flask

    • Containers; Gunpowder
    • This metal powder flask with an embossed design includes a brass spout. Flasks are used as containers for loose gunpowder, and are successors of powder horns.
    • Powder flask

    • Containers; Gunpowder
    • This oval leather powder flask, with a narrow metal spout, is stitched on the sides. Powder flasks and powder horns are designed to hold gunpowder used in firearms.
    • Red metal box

    • Containers; Packaging; Boxes
    • This small red metal box, lined with black velvet cloth, once held one dozen pen points. The hinged box is inscribed with the patent date 9/24/1878 and "Esterbrook's Superior Steel Pens. The original Falcon no. 048." In this instance, the box...
    • Wax letter seals in container

    • Correspondence; Containers
    • This hinged metal box contains five intact wax letter seals along with four fragmented seals. Before adhesive envelopes were available, wax seals were used to prevent letters from being opened until accepted by the proper recipient.
    • Hand cards

    • Cotton industry; Textiles
    • This pair of wooden hand cards were used to brush clumps of cotton fiber into uniform strands by pulling the two cards against each other. Each rectangular card has a handle and metal teeth that separate, straighten, and align fibers. The cards...
    • Crochet hook

    • Crocheting; Textiles
    • The black metal crochet hook is shaped at the center with bone or ivory. Crochet is a process of creating fabric by pulling yarn or thread through knotted loops with a hooked needle.
    • Saber

    • Daggers & swords
    • This sword has a wooden handle, and the blade has a slight curve with a broken tip. The handle has three curved metal pieces to protect the knuckles. This weapon belonged to Don Antonio Gil Y'Barbo of Nacogdoches, Texas.
    • Saber

    • Daggers & swords
    • The scabbard of this dark metal sword is encircled by two metal bands. The weapon has a black handle, and three curved metal lines form the hand guard.


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