American Digger Vol 16, Issue 3
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In this issue! May-June 2020
The End of an Era
After 20 years, the White Oak museum has closed its doors. Join us for a special feature of a museum dedicated to relic hunting and the man who made it possible.
By Butch Holcombe
Buried gold in British Columbia
Although not a lost miners hoard, the recovery of a spectacular gold bracelet buried and lost decades ago in Canada is an impressive story on its own.
By Laurie Gagne
Hammered in Norwich
Determined to knock one off of his bucket list, a detectorist and his wife head for England hoping to find hammered silver.
By John Russell
Riding Out The Storm
With a pandemic sweeping the world, self isolation and social distancing is a must. To make the most of a bad situation, get your detecting house in order.
By Mike Counter
Whether you hunt for game or relics, it is a great chance to bond with your friends and family. In this instance, one site provided both types of hunting.
By Patrick Stewart
A Tale of Two Digs
Culpeper County, Virginia has been the home to many organized digs over the years. This year, two Diggin' in Virginia hunts again proved that no matter how many times some sites are searched, there will always be good finds made.
By Hugh Campbell
Plus Just Dug items, Q&A, regular columns, and so much more!