Posts Tagged ‘research’

 
April 25  • 

Metal Detectorists – What Does “Saving History” Mean to You?

Author working on a Public Archaeology Project with Archaeologist Nicolas Laracuente. I've been a digger for over 30 years and am proud to...

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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 30  • 

A Dedicated Detectorist Works w/Archaeologists to Preserve Blair Mountain

While my initial interest was on the cooperation element of metal detecting and archaeology professionals, there was more to it for me. I come from...

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August 21  • 

Social Media and Archaeology – Presentation at MSU Digital Archaeology Event

Excellent new presentation from Terry Brock (Montpelier Foundation) and Lynne Goldstein of MSU on use of Social Media by Archaeologists presented at...

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December 12  • 

Building Archaeology / Metal Detecting Exhibits with Google Open Gallery

My next project will be to produce a small gallery of artifacts using the Google Open Gallery tool, just released for personal use.  I hope to learn...

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August 19  • 

National Geographic “Diggers” in Kentucky

The popular National Geographic show "Diggers" visited Ashland this past Spring and I was unable to talk about it, but now that the episode's been...

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July 22  • 

American Anthropological Association’s President on “Dig Wars” TV Show

Leith Mullings, president of the American Anthropological Association wrote a letter to Matt Sharp of Sharp Entertainment offering his feelings on...

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June 2  • 

Wiggs Chemical Token – 1930s – Pre-Nazi Swastika on “Lucky Coin” Coupon.

Token in-situ - just dug. Brass (c1931-1932) 2.6 cm diameter (1") - depth 4" - lawn The Swastika is one of the most powerful symbols on Earth,...

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January 1  • 

Detecting.US changes for 2013 – Advocacy, Research and Advancing our Hobby

This site will be focusing its mission in 2013.  I will be reducing the "hobby blog" material and increasing the advocacy and research side of...

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