FIRED BULLET IN WOOD, SPOTSYLVANIA, VA.
- Source: Tias
Relics from the Spotsylvania, Virginia battlefield. 4 1/2 inch long, thick piece of wood with fired bullet plainly visible lodged into the surface. This wood is probably a piece of a fence rail or possibly a piece of a tree. It also comes with a dropped .58 caliber, 3 ring minie, also found at Spotsylvania. Spotsylvania was the scene of heavy fighting between the armies of General Ulysses S. Grant and General Robert E. Lee in May 1864. Really neat Civil War relic set.