|Object Name||Needle, Tatting|
|Description||This needle is made of cedar for tatting white cotton thread. The tatting needle is attached to a two piece brass button (.35b) with a red ribbon.|
|Owned||G. W. Marshall ; Mrs. Marshall|
|Owner Regiment||2nd South Carolina Infantry|
|Made||unidentified Confederate soldier|
|Provenance||The tatting needle was made from a piece of a cedar tree near Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia by a Confederate soldier of the 2nd South Carolina Infantry. He gave it to G. W. Marshall, who sent it to his mother in 1861.|
unidentified Confederate soldier
Marshall, G. W.