Indian War Mustard Jar, Fort Pembina
Item #: Z7723
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Z7723 Indian War Mustard Jar, Fort Pembina
Description: This is one of several items recovered from the Fort Pembina privies. Fort Pembina was located just west of the Red River and was built to watch over the Sioux and to ensure the safety of those living along the Red River. The fort was completed in 1870/71 and caught on fire in 1895. Some of the troops assisted in suppressing a Fenian Raid into Canada. The privies were full of items dating from the Civil War up through the Indian War era.
This is a very nice late 1800’s Moutarde Diaphane Louit Freres & Co mustard jar. This example is shaped like a barrel with a clear mold seam on each side. The glass is slightly wavy with a few small bubbles. One side is embossed, "MOUTARDEDIAPHANE / LOUIT FRERES & Co.” The other side still retains part of the original label. A very nice, excavated example!
Measures: 5” x 2.5”
Recovered: Fort Pembina, Dakota Territory (Now North Dakota)
Item # Z7723
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