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Queen City Egg Case

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This Queen City Egg Crate was used to ship pickled eggs during the civil war. When the war ended and the slaves were freed from the fort in Starke Florida, each was given a wood crate to carry their belongings. Many also took the name of Colonol Starkey who freed them. This case has the freed man's name written on the front in charcoal.