ADM Vol 13, Iss 5
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NOW I AM DUE!
These words were uttered long ago by this author’s mentor. Lately they had been
often repeated. That is, until a CS buckle showed up in the dirt of Arkansas.
By Meigs Brainard
New Hampshire Colonial Dig
Although there are several Civil War site organized digs, few concentrate on
colonial sites. One exception is the annual Best O’ North East event, which
combines almost a week of digging with a show and banquet.
By Glenn “Doc” Watson
Many Happy Returns
There are many places that are said to be hunted out. But are they really? This
author begs to disagree, and proves it with a day-by-day account of one such site.
By Josh Tyre
A Golden Opportunity
Want a fun prospector’s weekend getaway without the expense of a full-blown
trip to distant gold fields? Look no farther than North Carolina.
By Jen Johnson
THE TREE THAT SAW IT ALL
While the Battle of Bentonville raged, a pine stood in mute testimony to the
bloodshed. Thanks to favorable ground conditions and a dedicated relic hunter,
its secrets are now revealed.
By Michael Whitfield
Memories in Silver & Gold
What is the best way to remember your favorite coin find? How about having a
work of art created that you can wear with pride?
By Kathy Riggan
Don Hinks Interview
After nearly half a century of searching for history and selling metal detectors,
Gettysburg Electronics owners Don and Joan Hinks are ready to retire. But as
this interview shows, theirs has been an interesting journey.
By M.A. Shafer