Posts Tagged ‘kentucky’

 
March 21  • 

Johnson School “Penny Lunch” Token – Aluminum – Lexington Kentucky (Fayette Co. Schools)

[click to zoom]This Johnson School "Penny Lunch" token (aluminum) was OVER 13" deep on private property on the North side of Lexington. It remains...

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February 13  • 

Rare Winchester (Kentucky) City Railway Company Token

Winchester Railway 1-Fare Token.....Sometimes a small artifact found in an old house really gives us a rare connection to local history. This very...

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December 4  • 

Short Highlight Reel from Metal Detecting Video Adventures in Kentucky

I had fun making this metal detecting higlights clip promo video for the Facebook page.   Have gained over 2100 followers for Metal Detecting in...

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September 25  • 

“Detectorist, Transformed” via Kentucky Organization of Professional Archaeologists

Now, string wrapped and stakes pulled, after a year of sweat, bee stings and poison ivy I will be presenting a paper at the next SHA with my friend...

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September 23  • 

Exploration at the Goodnight Cemetery near Perryville Battlefield

The Kentucky Organization of Professional Archaeologists are publishing "30 Days of Archaeology." One of my projects, the Goodnight Cemetery is one...

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June 20  • 

Using Minelab E-Trac with Pro-Swing Harness – A $8 Hack for More Comfort

Comparing stock E-trac coil to NEL Big Coil I've been using the excellent new NEL Big coil (it's 15 x 17 inches, y'all!) in some of my civil war...

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December 8  • 

Constructing a Narrative with My Metal Detector – a Kentucky Civil War Moment

I have been doing research on a large property which contains known US Civil War action, and I'm starting to build a data set - venturing even to...

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September 3  • 

Henry Clay Estate – 2015 Living History Day Archaeology and Metal Detecting Demonstration

Scott Clark will be working with Dr. Kim Mcbride of the Kentucky Archaeological Survey to demonstrate archaeology and metal detecting methodology at...

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August 31  • 

Navy Petty Officer Button… in Kentucky?

Fun find near the location of a Union hospital in Central Kentucky was this Naval Petty Officer button from the union army.  I plan to offer it to...

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August 2  • 

More History from Hatfield and McCoy on Diggers August 10th (2015)

Ed: This was from 2015: Kudos to National Geographic,  Pike County Tourism, Convention and Visitors Bureau and Pikeville City Staff for again...

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