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Garrett finds display and discussion

Confetrit

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That is a lot of Pioneer Artifacts and History there. Y'all have done really well. Continued Success to you in Saving more History.
 
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Ronstar

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You guys have way too much fun!!’
 

wildwilly

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My family goes back to the 1800's in the logging business. My dad was born near Sanford, Fla. (1912) into a cypress logging business. My grandfather made it through a boiler explosion. Lost a leg and had a silver plate in his skull. After recovery (whatever that meant) he continued working. My dad joined the Army in 1930 and was stationed at Fort Kamehameha on Oahu, Hawaii. In 1961 I was stationed at NAS Barbers Point less than a mile from where he had been stationed. Small world. More history. The point is that I would love to detect that old logging camp in Fla. It'll never happen. DOP, you have some great history there. Thanks!
 
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