somedarkholler: “A young boy posing with a hog rifle. He is wearing a powder horn and pouch. Photo taken around 1906. ”

A young boy posing with a hog rifle. He is wearing a powder horn and pouch… notice the stump

This artfully engraved powder horn belonging to the prominent Dr. Henry Livingston, Sr. (1714-1799) of Dutchess County, New York, is a singular colonial artifact with a colorful history dating to the early part of the epic French and Indian War. The horn was engraved by Samuel Mor and presented to Dr. Livingston on June 11, 1756, at frontier Saratoga. Remarkably, the well documented artifact has descended in the same family for generations

This artfully engraved powder horn belonging to the prominent Dr. of Dutchess County, New York, is a singular colonial artifact with a colorful history dating to the early part of the epic French and Indian War.

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