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'Amateur relic hunters' unearth hidden Maryland history

February 19, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Two Maryland men who call themselves amateur relic hunters are using old maps and good instinct to find lost treasures.

Two Maryland men who call themselves amateur relic hunters are using old maps and good instinct to do just that. In backcountry parts of southern Anne Arundel County, centuries of Maryland history lay uncovered beneath dead leaves and soil.

And, often for these, you see these as either medicine bottles or really old McCormick spice bottles," Palmer said. Whatever else they find, the relic hunters vet for historical significance.

"It’s great to get out there and discover things and, you know, and really feel like you're, you know, actually doing real discovery," Palmer said. Both hunters pledge to keep on digging on a quest to find more relics from Maryland's past.

Two Maryland men who call themselves amateur relic hunters are using old maps and good instinct to do just that.

And, often for these, you see these as either medicine bottles or really old McCormick spice bottles," Palmer said. Whatever else they find, the relic hunters vet for historical significance.

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