Ever wonder what it would be like to be on the receiving end of a cannon barrage in the civil war? Well, this video is as close as you'll ever get (and ever want to get.) The sounds of the superheated iron fragments is terrifying. Excellent stuff...
(if the above video won’t play, please use this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3mej_9tSp8) This Google Hangout video was produced by National Trust for Historic Preservation was meant to correspond with their Winter 2015 edition of Preservation Magazine (linked at bottom.) – We discussed cooperation with metal detectorists and Archaeologists in a very informative video conference. During this hangout,
Thought I would share this as I prepare to join the Archaeological team at Montpelier in February 2013.
A promising program for cooperation between professionals and amateurs with the Montpelier Archaeological Certification Program (MACP.) Well done, Minelab! Postscript: I’m attending in 2013!!!
Here’s my latest live dig video, eight minutes long. This is my most successful video edit in terms of clarity I’ve done. I was doing my live digs wrong before (editing in wrong mode) but now have it down. Enjoy in HD for full effect.
Did a video of some of my hunting Father’s day weekend. Ended up a 6 silver weekend with 3 Rosies, 2 Mercs and a Barber dime, and did live dig video on two of them. This video is fun because of a 5-coin 1910s pocketspill (copper and nickle.) Enjoy and subscribe!
Working Together (click to view on youtube.) And here is how you can volunteer to work with archaeologist as a detectorist. At least in some states. It’s worth mentioning that the survey work that he was employed to do does not even begin to tap the talent of a skilled detectorist. Many detector hobbyists will not be