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Showing posts with label Maine Civil War. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Maine Civil War. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Maine Civil War and History - metal detecting - Sisters H...
















Civil War buttons - History of George W. Ricker Civil War soldier and son of the homestead owner, surprise coin find takes us back to 1860 Queen Victoria Large Cent, update on the sling buckle plus a shout out  come join us on another adventure - Maine metal detecting and History  -  Ricker family - early 1805 homestead.
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Update - we have an ID on the buckle that was dug on this video it is a Civil War Carbine sling buckle - Maine metal detecting and History  -  Ricker family - early 1800's homestead cellar hole ruins - creepy, spooky over grown jungle thicket  deep in the Maine woods, long lost to time and the elements. Come take a journey with the Sisters History Detectorists and  hear the stories of the family that lived there and see what we see as we try to push our way through the invasive growth - what do we find????  Well come watch and see -
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Relic Hunting - Maine History - Stephens Mills Maine. While doing historic research on one of our early homesteads we ran across the name Fessenden Swan - he turned out to be a Civil War veteran who had gotten lost and had never gotten recognized for his service. Watch the touching ceremony and listen to how he was finally found and gets his headstone. A great big shout out to all you veterans - thank you for your service.