Treasure Hunting In Williamsburg, Va for Civil War and Colonial Artifacts! Featuring Treasure Hunter Ed Huffman with Treasure Mountain Metal Detectors. Awesome Colonial Coins Found and Civil War Relics!
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!
My Adventure In King and Queen County Virginia
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! Just a little information about my friend… Historian, Explorer, Adventurer and Treasure Hunter!