Five-page handwritten letter from Christopher Ammons to his family describing a 7-day search and destroy mission in the woods of Song Be. Ammons's company located Viet-Cong base camps and bunkers as they "dug in" six times during the operation. ...
Tintype of Henry Jenks and an unidentified individual. Jenks and a friend escaped (dug out) from Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia, and made it safely back to Union territory to rejoin their regiments.
Horse blanket made from woven fibers of Spanish moss. The blanket was dug from the Trinity Lane, Bicentennial Mall area (Nashville, Tennessee) in 1996-1997. The site was part of the city dump during the Civil War.
Belt buckles from Confederate uniforms dug at sites of Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, and Battle of Nashville near Harding Pike and Granny White Pike. Some from Mississippi units; serpent buckles from England.
Shadowbox containing Spencer bullets, .69 and .58 caliber bullets, pocket knives, and button pieces. All of the materials in the shadowbox were dug at Parkers Crossroads Battlefield in Henderson County, Tennessee.