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Nassau Selters

Several months ago, I was invited by Butch Holcombe, the publisher of American Digger Magazine, to join him on a metal detecting trip to historic Augusta, Georgia. As I soon learned, the city is undertaking an aggressive “beautification” plan, in which public and private developers are reclaiming abandoned and condemned properties, tearing down dilapidated houses, and replacing them with new ones. Our mission? To search recently bulldozed lots for historical remnants of the past. Read more

Baby Bottles

Having just welcomed my beautiful daughter into the world, I’m sitting in our hospital room amazed by all of the “baby tech” and how much more advanced it is from even 6 years ago when our first daughter was born. This got me thinking; how did mothers of long ago care for their newborns without all of this stuff? I was especially curious about feeding practices. My curiosity sparked an interesting odyssey into the evolution of breastfeeding, its substitutes, and baby bottles. Shall we begin? Read more