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Civil War Relics Dug By Master Treasure Hunter Ed Huffman Using The Garrett AT Pro Metal Detector

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Civil War Relics Dug By Master Treasure Hunter Ed Huffman Using The Garrett AT Pro Metal Detector

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  • Country: USA
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Civil War Relics Dug by Master Treasure Hunter Ed Huffman at the Battle Of Armstrong Hill in the Tennessee Mountains.

There is two.58 Caliber Gardner Bullets one dropped and one fired that was commonly used by the Confederate Soldiers. There is eight .58 Caliber Three Ringer Bullets some dropped and some fired that were commonly used by the Union Soldiers. Master Treasure Hunter Ed Huffman also recovered three Southern Railways Bale Seals that were very common to seal the troops chests and boxes that were transported to them by train. The final item is Brooch that could have been given to one of the soldiers by his wife or girlfriend or it may not even be Civil War related but it was recovered from the Actual Armstrong Hill and believe it or not it was deeper than the bullets! All Items were recovered from the actual Armstrong Hill that the Union was protecting so the Confederates could not take over Knoxville!

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Learn More About Ed Huffman

Ed Huffman is an Expert Metal Detectorist with years of experience and extensive training with Metal Detectors. Ed has gained years of experience and knowledge while hunting for artifacts/relics by learning effective researching and hunting methods from his own hunts, experts and Archaeologists. Ed also has a Bachelors of Science Degree from the University of Tennessee Chattanooga and is currently working on his Masters Degree in Archaeology from the University of Leicester in England. He has researched and recovered artifacts/relics throughout the United States and hopes to recover artifacts throughout the world someday! The majority of his recovered artifacts/relics he has in his personal collection or has donated to Museums, Private Collectors and Businesses.

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