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American Digger Vol. 18, Issue 5

American Digger Vol. 18, Issue 5 PLDZ-55
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Feature articles in this issue (Sept-Oct 2022):

 

Investigating a Dump at the 1795 Fort Loramie site

The author and his friends, at no cost to taxpayers, have conducted another successful dig of a Wayne’s Legion military location, this time at a dump site where each of the many carefully excavated relics were photographed, tagged and cataloged. 

By Greg Shipley

 

Bucket Listers

This digger and his friends explored some California Gold Rush sites, and came away with some excellent bottles and other relics, to include a few “bucket lister” pieces for the author.

By Larry Soper

 

Twenty Questions With Riley Bryant

This 21-year-old digger, a staff member of American Digger®, has a large YouTube and TikTok following, and a well-earned reputation of being a serious detectorist, especially of American Civil War artifacts. We ask him a few questions on how he got started in the hobby, and why he is so successful.

By Butch Holcombe

 

Four Eras of a New Hampshire Farm

The New Hampshire site has been continuously farmed since the early 1700s. Metal detecting there has peeled back the layers of the last 300 odd years, one relic at a time. 

By David Sponenberg

 

A Machin Mills in Lake Champlain

A bitterly cold Lake Champlain proved no deterrent to this detectorist who discovered an unusual coin. Research, and consultations with others, proved this to be an imitation 1775 British halfpenny, one of the earliest coins minted in the United States. 

By Karin Kasupski

 

A PRIVY SURPRISE

Those excavating an old privy site in downtown Charleston, South Carolina were very happily surprised to locate the remains of two Confederate muskets, including an Enfield that likely arrived during the Union blockade.

By Mike Mancuso

 

Feature articles in this issue (Sept-Oct 2022): Investigating a Dump at the 1795 Fort Loramie site The author and his friends, at no cost to taxpayers, have conducted another successful dig of a Wayne’s Legion military location, this time
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