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Re: [Civil War] California Volunteers, arms & equi

Forgot which small town, but there's a side road that goes from Portola down to Auburn and in one of those small towns is a "museum" with a Sharps cavalry carbine, serial #771. It was rusted but the serial number was still distinct enough to read.

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