|Collection||Fort Nisqually Permanent Collection|
|Object ID Number||2007.04.02|
|Object Name||Chair, Rocking|
19th-century cane-seated and -backed rocking chair. Similar to the maple rocking chairs that were part of an 1854 inventory of goods from San Francisco, and is an example of a typical possession of an HBC employee, such as William Young.
Measures 44 inches tall, 21 3/4 inches wide at the seat, and 18 1/2 inches long. The top of the chair back measures 17 inches wide.