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  • Bar Lead 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2011-01-03)
    Bar lead was frequently carried by soldiers. Melted over a campfire, the lead could be poured into moulds for bullets, flint shims, or any number of other small fasteners.
  • Battalion Emblem 

    Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-21)
    A hunting horn emblem, with the block number and letter “4L” displayed inside the horn loop; two fastening prongs with holes are attached to the reverse side The author believes that this object identifies the Fourth Light ...
  • Battalion Emblem 

    Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-21)
    An elongated flat sided shield with a raised bold European block style “4L” separated by dots.A drilled hole exists below and between letters.The author believes that this object identifies the Fourth Light Infantry ...
  • Battalion Emblem “4-o Cuarto Baón Infanteria Legéra Permanente Cartridge Box Belt Plate 

    Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-20)
    An elongated slightly domed oval plate; one pair of prongs with holes on reverse side; an open cut European style “4L” on the face of plate, with a hole below. The author believes that this object identifies the Fourth ...
  • Bayonet tip 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2011-01-04)
    Bayonet tip
  • Beer bottle 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2011-01-04)
    Beer bottle
  • Beeswax used to prepare lead for making bullets 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2010-10-27)
  • Belt Buckle 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2010-12-30)
    Belt Buckle
  • Belt buckle 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2010-11-12)
    Belt buckle from a member of the Guanajuato Cavalry Regiment
  • Birth Certificate 

    Gobierno del Estado de Tamaulipas (2015-06-17)
    Image of birth certificate of Marcos E. Manuel Ramirez Alvarez; 1991; Matamoros, Mexico.
  • Birth Certificate 

    Cameron County (2015-06-26)
    Photo of birth certificate of Samuel James Klahn; documented on 1893 at Brownsville, Texas.
  • Birth Certificate 2 

    Cameron County (2015-06-26)
    Photo of Samuel James Klahn's wife, Maria Antonia Barbosa, birth certificate; documented on 6/22/1957 at Brownsville, Texas.
  • Black beer bottle 

    Manuel, Hinojosa (2011-05-06)
    Black beer bottle found at Fort Ringold
  • Bone buttons 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2011-01-04)
    Bone buttons
  • Boot dagger found at Camp Belknap 

    Unknown author (2010-10-27)
  • Brass buttons from New York and Viriginia volunteer companies 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2010-12-21)
    Brass buttons from New York and Virginia volunteer companies accompany this 1836 militia cross belt plate.
  • Breast Belt Emblem “Animas Lion’s Head” 

    Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-21)
    A sculptured lion’s head that has a pinched nose with a drilled hole.A large loop is is attached to the nose.Two fasteners on reverse side.A similar plate was reported found at Sierra Gordo, Veracruz, Mexico.
  • Breast Belt Emblem “Jarral Lion’s head” 

    Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-21)
    Sculptured lion’s head with two fasteners on reverse side.
  • Breast Belt Emblem “Jarral Lion’s head” 2 

    Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-21)
    Sculptured lion’s head with two fasteners on reverse side.
  • “Breast Belt Emblem" 

    Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-21)
    A round disc plate featuring a Lion’s head, bordered with two concentric circles. A hole was drilled at the nose in order to fasten a chain that that would connect to a cavalry shield set below on the breast belt. The ...