The Brierwood Pipe
The title may refer to a popular poem of the day about the 5th New York Zouaves, titled "The Brier-Wood Pipe." "Two of the most famous Zouave outfits in the Army of the Potomac were from New York, Duryees and Hawkins's."
It is also known as Making Brier-root Pipes, Making Brierwood Pipes, and other similar variants.
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- "The Brierwood Pipe". Cleveland Museum of Art. Retrieved 2013-02-15.