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PostSubject: Research and Recovery: Summertime Relic Hunting   12/11/2009, 5:19 pm

There's nothing better than hunting relics in Tennessee during the summer. Visit www.researchandrecoveryshow.com for more information about the show! Research and Recovery We're advocates to the proper search methods of the hobby. Along with recovering history, we strive to preserve all artifacts for future generations. You may see us finding Civil War Relics, Native American Artifacts, Old Silver Coins, or even Fossils out on the beach. Wherever you may find us, you'll definitely in store for a great show! We use White's MXT Metal Detectors, Sunray DX-1 Pinpointers, Drop-Clothes, Lesche Shovels and Tools, Drop Clothes, etc. Stay Tuned for future episodes where you will find us revisiting our newly found Civil War Winter Hut Site as we properly recover artifacts over 140 years old!


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