That's some neat stuff. I need to drag out the metal detector and do some looking at one of my farms in Kentucky. It was reportedly the site of a log fort of sorts during the Civil War that had cavalry stationed there. It is unclear whether it was Union or Confederate, due to location it could have been either or both, as we know Confederate Colonel John Hunt Morgan arrived in the county with a brigade August 29, 1862. There could be some interesting things to find, especially if I can determine the location of the fort.
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