Stoneware jug, tan bottom and light green top; resembles a New York Zouve rendering a salute. Embossed bottom reads “MORNING SALUTE/B.F. & Co.N.Y.” Washed ashore at Hampton Roads, VA, May 3, 1862 and picked up by Robert Clendenin, Company E, 13th NC Troops, later killed in action at the Battle of South Mountain September 14, 1862.
Source: North Carolina Museum of History, Raleigh, NC. Artifact number 1914.105.18. Click here to search our Collections from home.