Monthly Archives: May 2013

Piece by Piece

We don’t tend to do a lot of object reconstruction here in the NMSC Archeology Lab, but every now and then something comes along that needs just a little bit of extra love and we get to put Humpty Dumpty … Continue reading

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Time for Some Spring Cleaning: Goffering Irons at Saratoga National Historical Park

While cataloging artifacts from the Schuyler House, part of Saratoga National Historical Park, we came across a strange looking, elongated metal rod.  After a bit of research, we realized that this artifact is the inner rod of a goffering iron. … Continue reading

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