Small table. Wood with dark brownish-red stain. Rectangular shaped legs tapered at ends. Wide supports between legs where surface joins. Crude construction. Two large cracks on surface. Scuffs and small cracks throughout. Overall condition good. Table was discarded by an unknown family during the "Runaway Scrape" in 1836. It was picked up by a member of the Harris family (for whom Harrisburg was named). Story corroborated by Adina de Zavala (see newspaper clippings about the Runaway Scrape, accession number 4464 in pamphlet storage).
Surface: H. 25.25 x W. 17.5 x L. 22.4 in (H. 64.135 x W. 44.45 x L. 56.9 cm)
Place of Origin
Gift to San Jacinto Museum of History from Annie Hume.