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American Digger Magazine Volume 11, Issue 5

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In this issue of American Digger:

 

Getting Your Feet Wet

Relic hunting in the water is gaining in popularity and it is no wonder with finds like these. Join in the adventure as these detectorists recover almost-intact Confederate gear.

By Ron Haden

 

The Soldier of Hurtgen forest

Many a life was lost during this WWII battle, and many that survived left a part of themselves there. Now, over 70 years later, a U.S. soldier’s property is returned to his family by the relic hunter who found it.

By Edwin van Engelen

 

BUCKLE UP!

There seems to be an endless number of variations and styles of buckles used in colonial America. This article will help demystify and date these historic pieces of our past culture.

By Bill Dancy

 

You Have To Give To Receive

The owner of this early 19th century house was thrilled when these detectorists offered him tangible history from his property.

By Scott Lupro

 

The Importance of the Relic

Never underestimate the importance of the relic to the study of the American Civil War. This article illustrates the point with both dug and non dug examples.

By William C. Bellinger

 

Along The Road

Although the date on the springhouse foundation read “1891,” field recoveries showed that the site held relics much earlier than believed. This included items from the first to fight for America’s freedom.

By Louis G. Swidowski

 

Seems Like Old Times

With no-till farming now the norm, it is becoming much harder to make good surface finds at Native American sites. But when a site is deep plowed, everything changes.

By Quindy D. Robertson

In this issue of American Digger: Getting Your Feet Wet Relic hunting in the water is gaining in popularity and it is no wonder with finds like these. Join in the adventure as these detectorists recover almost-intact Confederate gear. By Ron
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