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American Digger Magazine Volume 10, Issue 3

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American Digger Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 3, May-June 2014

Articles include: 

DICKEY WOLF AND THE CANNONBALL: When a New Jersey metal detectorist decided he wanted to find a cannonball, he headed to North Carolina and looked up a legendary digger. By Peter Schichtel

 

DEEP RIVER RELICS: After a serious accident, the author figured his relic hunting days were over.  That was before he discovered a new type of therapy.  By Jim Schaffner

 

A REVOLUTIONARY RECOVERY: When a club was asked to metal detect a farm established in 1709, old finds were expected. However, nobody expected a relic like this. By Anthony Conti

 

THE U.S. ARMY’S 1848 PATTERN CANTEEN: Inspired by the recent finding of a rare “US” embossed canteen, this author explains these seldom-seen pieces of military history. By Mike O’Donnell

 

KNOW WHERE TO GO: You can’t dig it if you can’t find it, and research is the key. These proven techniques can help you locate those elusive early sites that can pay off big. By Bill Dancy

 

A GREAT RECOVERY AND RETURN: After losing his own ring many years ago, this detectorist had only one thing in mind after digging a high school ring: find the owner and return it. By Charlie Harris and Johnny Stanley

 

AN EAGLE ON ITS SIDE: When it seems like every signal is junk, sometimes you can’t tell it’s a long sought-after relic until you pull it from the hole.  By John Langley

 

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE FUN: Sometimes the best way to have fun as a detectorist is to join a club and attend a seeded hunt. The 2013 International Coin Shooters’ Treasure Hunt was one such event, and created memories that will last forever. By Christina L. Cutler

American Digger Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 3, May-June 2014 Articles include: DICKEY WOLF AND THE CANNONBALL: When a New Jersey metal detectorist decided he wanted to find a cannonball, he headed to North Carolina and looked up a legendary digger.
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