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American Digger Magazine Volume 9 Issue 6

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American Digger Magazine

Vol 9 Issue 6

Feature Articles:

Reflections of the Old Mill

It all started with an old bottle and a Native American artifact found years ago. It ended several

decades later with a metal detector, a collector seasoned by time and, most importantly, discovering

the site’s true identity.

By Peter Schichtel

The Good Ol’ Days

Bruce Deem began searching for Civil War artifacts in 1959, and still relic hunts several times a

week. In between then and now, he has made some incredible finds and some great friends.

By Dennis Cox

Lucky at ID Tags

Most diggers long for the day they can find a soldier’s identification tag from the War Between

the States. A lucky few find one and hope, against the odds, for a second. But this detectorist has

recovered four.

By Frank L. Davido

Searching for History at the Isonzo Front

A child’s first find often determines what artifacts they will later seek as adults. When that first

find is a military bayonet, and the child lives at a major World War I battle site, the die is cast.

By Sašo Skok

Getting the Most from Your Detector: the Garrett AT Gold

Good detectors are even better when experienced users share their tips and tricks. We continue our

series of letting those who own the machines tell how to best use their detectors, this time from a

Garrett AT Gold relic hunter.

By Dan Frezza

Decoding the Secrets of Colonial Clay Pipes

Clay pipes from the 18th and 19th century are not overly rare, although they can be the key to

dating a site. But only if one knows how to date the pipes themselves. This article helps unravel the

mystery.

By Bill Dancy

Turn to Stone

Fossils are likely the oldest link to the living past that collectors will ever encounter; they speak to

us of an era long before mankind existed. Despite their age, they are all around us, and many are

easily accessible.

By Jim Roberson

American Digger MagazineVol 9 Issue 6 Feature Articles:Reflections of the Old MillIt all started with an old bottle and a Native American artifact found years ago. It ended several decades later with a metal detector, a collector seasoned by time and
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