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Several pieces of glass. Probably from a bottle judging by the shape. Found by Merwyn Henderson at/near Fort Kearny in Nebraska

A collection of original bullets found by Merwyn Henderson at/near Fort Kearny in Nebraska. Some are round (grapeshot), while others are pointed-end.

Three original, hand-carved stone arrowheads. They resemble original methods and types used by Native Americans as weapons and tools. Found by Merwyn Henderson.

Original stone spear points resembling Native American traditional weaponry and tools. Found by Merwyn Henderson.

An old war uniform button. It is very worn down, but looks like it depicts an eagle and a shield. Button was found by Merwyn Henderson.

An old bullet found by Merwyn Henderson at/near Fort Kearny in Nebraska

A metal ephemera artifact (possibly a bell) meant to promote Farmers State Bank of Kearney, Nebraska. Text on the front reads "Farmers State Bank, Established 1890, Kearney, Nebr."

Clear, glass bottle that reads "A.J. Shepard Druggist Kearney, Neb." Possibly used for apothecary and medicinal purposes.

An original, round Thermo-Scope used at the Ira C. Anderson Funeral Home (established in 1920) in Kearney, Nebraska (which is now the Horner, Lieske, McBride, & Kuhl Funeral Home in Kearney located at the intersection of 25th St. and Avenue A.…

Original wooden road marker for Fort Kearney Crossing. The dates on the front are 1848, 1871. The marker was installed in 1910 and found years later. The dates on the front mark when the trail to Fort Kearney crossed the Platte River from 1848-1871…
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