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    • Bowie Knife

    • Arms & armament; Knives; Daggers & swords
    • Bone handled Bowie Knife with leather and brass sheath. ca. 1840
    • Remington .44 caliber pistol

    • Arms & armament; Firearms; Handguns; Confederate States of America;
    • Remington .44 caliber pistol brought back to Texas by Confederate soldier. Star on belt buckle represents Texas Confederacy.
    • Arrowheads

    • Arms & armament; Indians of North America; Arrowheads
    • Arrowheads found in Trinity County, Texas
    • Colt 44

    • Arms & armament; Firearms
    • Single action Colt .44-40 caliber cowboy pistol, 7 1/2 barrel.
    • Gillespie Rifle

    • Arms & armament; Firearms; Rifles
    • Gillespie North Carolina .44 caliber rifle converted to percussion cap system. Original barrel was 42 inches long. It was cut down to 30 inches. Lock plate marked "Torrey Brothers - Texas" ca 1840s.
    • Tomahawk

    • Arms & armament; Tomahawks; Indians of North America
    • Crudely made well-used tomahawk found in west Texas
    • Plains Rifle

    • Militias; Arms & armament; Equipment; Knives; Powder kegs; Rifles;
    • Ledford Restocked Plains Rifle converted to percussion, leather bag with skinning knife and a powder horn owned by Texas Militiaman James M. Sanford.
    • Spanish Escopeta Musket

    • Arms & armament; Firearms; Rifles
    • Spanish Miquelet lock Escopeda style .72 caliber smooth-bore musket. Used in early Texas, ca. 1780
    • Wooden Dollar

    • Money; Entertainment; Celebrations; Certificates;
    • Wooden certificate commemorating Nacogdoches' 175th Anniversary. Certificate was redeemable for one dollar during the Jubilee Celebration, May 3-8, 1954
    • Map of Burma

    • World War II; Parachuting; Military art & science; Equipment;
    • Silk map of Burma carried in parachute pack during World War II
    • Blood Chit from World War II

    • World War II; Air pilots; Military air pilots; Equipment & supplies
    • Blood Chit issued by the Department of Defense to pilots and crews operating in Hostile Territory. A Blood Chit is a promise of a reward for the flyer's life. The object was used during China-Burma-India Theater of World War II. It has a United...

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