This item is a part of the 1812 History digitization project. This project was made possible with the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage through the Canadian Culture Online Strategy.
- Media Type
- A small copper flask that was presumably used for gun powder. There is a brass rim at the opening and a metal lever to open it. The design on the face is the same on both sides: Trees, a hunter and a dog.
For more information, read “‘Scruples of Conscience’: The War of 1812 in the Sugarloaf Settlement” by Donald G. Anger, the Port Colborne Historical and Marine Museum.
- Date of Original
- c. 1800
Width: 8.5 cm
Length: 15 cm
- Local identifier
- Geographic Coverage
Latitude: 42.8745803052122 Longitude: -79.240608215332
- Recommended Citation
- Image courtesy of the Port Colborne Historical & Marine Museum
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