American Digger Vol 16, Issue 2
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FROM FATHER TO SON
Despite advanced age and failing health, a father passes on to his son some clues about the locations of WWII training camps in Tennessee.
By Josh Tyree
Looking Out My Backdoor
In a historic north Georgia town, you never know where pieces of the past will reappear. It’s important to search every time a few yards of dirt are disturbed.
By Butch Holcombe
The Last Flight
The crash of the airplane carrying members of the band Lynyrd Skynyrd shook the world of music. Now, a group returns to the site to see if anything remains.
By Kelly Underwood
What goes around comes around. When good deeds are done for others, the payback can be golden. Literally.
By Eric Lester
The Lost & Found Musket of Pvt. Perry
Finding a Civil War firearm is always a thrill. When it is a rare Confederate weapon, it is even more so. But when it can be traced to the individual soldier who lost it, the feeling is amazing.
By Lanier Lowe & Charlie Harris
In Remembrance of John Ryan
Although his bottles are among the most desirable with southern collectors, John Ryan does not even have a marker at his final resting place. But thanks to a drive by bottle collectors, that is about to change.
By Bill Baab