Category: Metal Detecting In Alabama

Metal Detecting In Alabama

This Metal Detecting in Alabama information exists solely because of an interest in the subject by the editor, Terry W. Platt. That interest plus the historical research, interviews and travels is placed on the website so that it might help you connect the dots you have already located for yourself – or will find here.

X Marks the Spot
X Marks the Spot

The flag of Alabama indicates that if you are treasure hunting, “X Marks the Spot.” Right here in Alabama.

Abraham Lincoln once said “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four hours sharpening my axe.” The same is true for your endeavors; sharpen your axe. Do your research. Check out our historical maps.

Pay particular attention to locations where post offices once were but are no longer.

Pay attention to Wikipedia’s city pages. The notable people, references and external links will give you plenty of ideas and help you focus in on your target.

Baldwin County Alabama Map

Baldwin County Alabama Ghost Towns

Explore Alabama: Baldwin County Alabama Ghost Towns: Battles Wharf Alabama, Blakely Alabama, Carney Alabama, Carpenter Alabama, Claire Alabama, Fort Mims Alabama, Fort Morgan Alabama, Gasque Alabama, Hurricane Alabama, Hollywood Alabama, Josephine Alabama, Latham Alabama, Marlow Alabama, Morriston Alabama, Oak Alabama, Roscoe Alabama, Rosinton Alabama, Shell Banks Alabama, Swift Alabama, Van Kirk Alabama

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Blount County Alabama Ghost Towns

Explore Alabama – Blount County Alabama Ghost Towns: Bird Alabama, Birdie Alabama, Blount Springs Alabama, Bright Springs Alabama, Champion Alabama, Hendrix Alabama, Inland Alabama, Lehigh Alabama, Linton Alabama, McLarty Alabama, Murphee Alabama, Murphrees Valley Alabama, Rockland Alabama, Roswell Alabama, Royal Alabama, Taits Gap Alabama, Wynnville Alabama

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Explore Alabama: Metal Detecting in Alabama -The information posted here is based on personal experiences and research of the author(s). The author(s) suggest that the reader check with local authorities before beginning a dig where there is any question regarding ownership of the site, ordinances or special restrictions regarding metal detecting or digging on public land, or removal or sale of archaeological finds.

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