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Civil War museum items (Mu. 356-376, Mu. 547-555) [series]:
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Envelope containing lead ball, note by James E. Clarke: "This bullet was shot at our skirmish line while fighting in front of the rebel brest works at Port Hudson, May 27, 1863, and came within a fraction of an inch of finding a lodgement in my head (good luck). James E. Clarke, Sergt. Co. E. 128th N.Y.S. Vols."
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Envelope containing three brass buttons, note by JEC: "Three buttons used in the rebellion by State troops. The Pelican represents Lousiana; the Palmeto South Carolina; the Buffalo, Hound, and Rabbit I think is Tennessee. Brought home by James E. Clarke.
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Envelope containing four tissue-wrapped cartridges, JEC: "Cartridges brought home from the War of the Slave holders rebellion by Sergt. James E. Clarke, 128th Regt. N.Y.S. Vols."
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Envelope containing leather pocketbook, note by JEC: "This pocket book (MU 550) was carried through the War of the Slave holders rebellion by James E. Clarke. Sergeant Company E. 128th Regimant N.Y.S. Volunteers (contains no writing)
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Metal watch fab (?)
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Envelope containing hand-carved bone ring, JEC: "This bone ring was made by me while in camp at Chalmette, LA., about Jan. 1863. James E. Clarke"
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Envelope containing five brass "CSA" buttons, JEC:" Buttons of Rebel Soldiers used in the Slave holders rebellion brought home by Sergt. James E. Clarke, Co. E. 128th regt. N.Y.S. Vols."
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Envelope used as a label for tissue-wrapped briar pipe, JEC: "This Pipe was used in the War of the Slave holders rebellion by James E. Clarke, Sergt. Co. E. 128th regt. N.Y.S. Vols."
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Leather belt wrapped in brown paper, note by JEC: "Sword belt of rebel Lieutenant taken prisoner at the Battle of Ceder Creek, Virginia, by James E. Clarke, Sergt. Co. E. 128th regt. N.Y.S. Vols."
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Envelope containing human hair watch fob
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Envelope containing Civil War veteran cuff links
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Canteen carried through Civil War by JEC
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Fife "belonged to James E. Clarke. I believe it was used by him during the Civil War"