My Adventure in Williamsburg, Virginia

My adventure in Williamsburg, VA began with a text message from my brother-in-law (AJ Stone) showing me an 1864 US two cent piece, Union Civil War Eagle Infantry button, a handful of round musket balls and .58 caliber Minie balls! Oh yeah… Did I mention the text message said, “Hey Bro, I found all of this within about an hour!”. AJ is an extremely skilled researcher, active duty Naval Officer, explorer and Detectorist. This text message told me he was on a hot spot. You know, one of those virgin sites with historical significance that has never been detected. Within a week I was expedition planning and on a flight to Newport News, VA!

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My Adventure in the King and Queen County vicinity of Virginia began with an invitation to an Open Metal Detecting Hunt taking place in that county. I thought to myself what a great opportunity to dig some Colonial Artifacts and possibly some Civil War Artifacts.

​My adventure in the Lowcountry of South Carolina began with an invitation to attend the American Digger Magazine Lowcountry Civil War Show. Knowing the Civil War Show was Saturday, I thought what a perfect opportunity to visit one of my good friends who lives in that area!

​My adventure at the Cowpens National Battlefield began when I was contacted by a colleague telling me the national park service Archaeologists needed some highly skilled metal detectorists to work with them on a revolutionary war project.

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