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 Decade: 1850-1859
Cake-dish

Cake-dish

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Date: 1850
Creator: unknown
Description: It is a vase which is made up of ceramics.It comes in the art of pottery which is used for the decorative purpose.the design of the vase is that it is divided into two parts first part is the bottom one which is supporting the whole vase it is of yellow color mainly and in the middle of it has a shape and carving making it look like a teeth.Above to it is a wide circle which is going upwards and moulded towards outside from the top.There are various kinds of colors used in it green,blue pink etc and various design are made using it including flowers and leaves.
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Geese in Flight

Geese in Flight

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Date: [1850]
Creator: Bauman, Leila T.
Description: A landscape painting of a town below geese in flight.
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George Washington

George Washington

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Date: 1850~
Creator: Peale, Rembrandt
Description: Portrait of George Washington, visible from the chest up. Washington is wearing a dark-colored military uniform with gold trim and is posed looking to his right. There is an oval-shaped frame around the portrait.
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1850
Creator: unknown
Description: Hat of off-white wool yarn and beads. Hat is based on a fanchon style, consisting of a knitted, somewhat diamond-shaped piece to fit across top of head and extending down sides to the ears with wide off-white silk ribbon ties at end of extensions. Unlike a regular fanchon, which is solely of a piece of flat lace, this cap has a deep pile of the same wool yarn over the entire surface of the cap, each piece tipped with a cylindrical frosted white bead.
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Mississippi Boatman

Mississippi Boatman

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Date: 1850
Creator: Bingham, George Caleb
Description: A painting of a boatman smoking a pipe while sitting on a shipping container.
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Mitts

Mitts

Date: [1850..1867]
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of black cotton lace mitts. The wrist-length fingerless gloves are of hand-crocheted lace, in a wide mesh. Slight frill at wrist, and separate thumb. A narrow black ribbon is threaded through the cuff, one ribbon lacking.
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Motherly Love

Motherly Love

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Date: 1850/1893~
Creator: Jonghe, Gustave LĂ©onard de
Description: A woman holds a young female child on her lap and another young female child to the side holds a doll. The setting is an interior domestic scene and next to the seated woman is a knitting basket.
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Steamer ''Saint Lawrence''

Steamer ''Saint Lawrence''

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Date: 1850
Creator: Bard, James
Description: A painting depicting a steamboat on a river.
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Sunbonnet

Sunbonnet

Date: 1850
Creator: unknown
Description: Sunbonnet of black silk taffeta. The brim of the hat has 6 shirred hoops with deep padding in between, and a ruffled edge of the same fabric. At center back of neck, on the tail of the hat, is a flat bow of black silk taffeta, and the ties are of black silk taffeta ribbon. The crown is lined with brown glazed cotton fabric. The TFC thanks Rebecca Jumper Matheson for her research on this object.
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Wolf Mask

Wolf Mask

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Date: 1850/1875
Creator: unknown
Description: The wooden mask appears to be that of an animal such as a wolf. Behind the mask, circular pieces hold the face and the hanging decorative elements from the head of the animal. The head is painted black and white.
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