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Title:  

Iron Kettle
Date:
Before 1776?

Content Description: 

Kettle, Dyeing? Three "lugs" protrude from side of kettle. Iron kettle associated with Andrew Turnbull, a London physician who founded a colony of Minorcans at New Smyrna, Florida, before the Revolutionary War. It may have been used by Turnbull in his colony. Apparently the artifact was 1 of 3 kettles taken from Captain Mills Alcott Burnham's plantation near Cape Canaveral, where sugar was produced before (& after?) the Civil War.

Physical Description: 

D: 26" DIA: 41"

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
48277

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