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  • Snuff Box
        This is a snuff box believed to be from the Battle of Lundy’s Lane which can be found at the Battleground Hotel Museum. Snuff boxes were used to hold powdered tobacco which was often sniffed through the nose by both men and women.
      This is a snuff box believed to be from the Battle of ...
  • Cross Belt Plate of the 1st Battalion of the Canadian Embodied Militia
        This is an oval cross belt plate from the 1st Battalion of the Canadian Embodied Militia, a Canadian Provincial Corps. The brass cross belt measures 7 cm long and 5.5 cm wide. Inscriptions include “1st BATT.N EMBODIED MILITIA” along the rim and a Scotch thistle with leaves in the center. ...
      This is an oval cross belt plate from the 1st Battalion of ...
  • Niles Weekly Register No.24 of Vol. VI, Whole No. 154- August 13, 1814
        A weekly military newspaper. The front page discusses Brigade Orders at Chippawa July 10, 1814. Page 402: discusses a British Official account of the Battle of Chippawa, including those killed, wounded and missing as well as the names of officers killed and wounded. Page 403: from the Ontario Messenger which ...
      A weekly military newspaper. The front page discusses Brigade Orders at Chippawa ...
  • 89th Regiment of Foot Uniform Remnant and Buttons
        This is a cloth fragment of a uniform worn by a soldier of the 89th Regiment at the Battle of Lundy’s Lane. It was discovered in a trench on Lundy’s Lane on Sept. 3, 1891. There are also three regimental buttons on the top right and five buttons attached to ...
      This is a cloth fragment of a uniform worn by a soldier ...
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