American Digger Vol 15, Issue 4
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In this Issue of American Digger, July-August 2019:
What once was lost and now is found
The grounds of a college campus in Wisconsin gives up a cherished religious medal lost four decades earlier.
By Mike Counter
Deer springs inn
A handful of early settlements near a Tennessee creek continues to yield artifacts, even eighteen years after the author had first discovered the site.
By Tom Williams
Passing it on
Having been provided mentoring himself on metal detecting for Civil War relics, one digger had the opportunity to do some mentoring of his own.
By Patrick Stewart
Magnet fishing 101
A veteran underwater detectorist provides some very useful information and advice on magnet fishing, a hobby which continues to grow in popularity.
By Steve Zazulyk
A confederate bullet by any other name
During two hunts a father-and-son team of Arkansas diggers unearth five rare Cosmopolitan Type II bullets. But should they be renamed?
By Nick Longworth
The colonial road inland
Searching for early artifacts can be very rewarding. But when one is searching for artifacts connected with their personal family history, nothing is better.
By Scott McLauchlin
Coming to augusta
This August, the Federation of Historical Bottle Collectors will hold its 50th Anniversary National Show and Expo in the historic city of Augusta, Georgia.
By Bill Baab