|Description||Piece of wood, long and narrow, roughly octagonal in shape.|
|Owner Regiment||CSS Beauregard|
|Made||Luther D. Corbin|
|Provenance||Relic made from cylinder timber of the Confederate Gunboat 'Beauregard.' [CSS Beauregard] The 'Beauregard' was sunk by the Federals at the head of Presidents Island on June 6, 1862. The wreck was broken up by the U.S. snagboat 'Macomb' on account of its being in the way of steamboats. This was done on August 19, 1911. It had been underwater for 49 years. The relic was made by Luther D. Corbin, steward government fleet, Memphis, Tennessee.|
Corbin, Luther D.
Confederate States Navy