Manassas Bull Run Museum

Robinson Family Cradle, ca. 1840
K lade of walnut and wrought iron nails, this cradle was used by the Robinsons for over one hundred years.
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. B. Oswald Robinson

Copper Still, ca. 1790
These are the remains of a copper still used to make brandy and other spirits on Clover Hill farm.
Gift of the J. Benjamin Johnson Family

Cobbler's Bench, Dated 1808
The art of making shoes by hand was highly valued before the advent of mass production. Most larger farms and plantations had at least one slave cobbler, while traveling white cobblers plied their trade in remote areas.
Gift of Mr. Robert L. Lewis

Dutch Oven
Gift of Mr., and Mrs. B. Oswald Robinson

Child's Chamber Pot, Mid-19th Century
Gift of Elizabeth Nickens

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. B. Oswald Robinson

Candle Mold, ca. 1840
Up to 36 candles could be made at a time with this invention, used on the Dogan farm in the 19th century.

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