In my usual newspaper research, I often find stories that make the metal detecting fan in me perk up. So I’ll clip and post some of these, just look for the tag “clippings”
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Award-winning metal detecting expert involved in adventures throughout the USA (but mostly in Kentucky,) Scott Clark is a frequent presence in Archaeology projects around the commonwealth.
National Geographic on Metal Detecting – They Actually Tell Both Sides of the Story!
November 22, 2012
No More Indian Head Pennies – Feb 20, 1909
February 7, 2012
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I’ll bet this is Oliver Keen(e). Keeneland is named for the farm this family owned.