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Going Armed - Firearms have a lot of metal parts that survive archaeologically, leaving evidence of the weapons that 17th- and 18th-century Maryland inhabitants used to hunt and defend themselves. Most of these firearms were imported from England. Click on artifacts to learn about 18-century firearms. Artifacts: Gun barrels; flintlocks and flints; metal fittings; Ammunition.
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