Jack Boleyn and his wife used this 4-gallon crock to make pickled pigs' feet at their home in downtown Tucson in the late 1800s. This is unusual, as few people pickled food in Tucson at that time. Even more unusual was Jack's salacious past. Read more about how historical archaeology combines artifacts and documents to illuminate stories that might not otherwise be told, over on the blog (desert.com/fire-chief).
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