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Really enjoyed tonight's program,thanks Jack. (n/t)

The Middle Tennessee Treasure Hunters Club was founded in 1971 by a small group of metal-detector enthusiasts. In 1983 the club changed its name to the Middle Tennessee Historical Research Association (MTHRA) in order to reflect the broader historical interests of many club members. We have now come full circle and in October of 1999 we changed our name to Middle Tennessee Metal Detecting Club. We realized that although many of our members do have historical research interests the name often confused folks who couldn't understand our primary purpose. Our club now has well over 100 members and is growing monthly in members who share our interests.

Meeting location: Charlotte Pike, Nashville, Tennessee
Meeting Time: First Friday of every month 7:00 PM


Really enjoyed tonight's program,thanks Jack. (n/t)
September 03, 2011 12:09AM
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Thanks Jack Masters From MTMDC
September 09, 2011 02:58PM
Jack i would like to thank you for your program to the MTMDC members and our visitors on the series of books and historical information in them. What an effort it must have took to compile and publish but to me this would be a relic hunter / historians dream come true. It must have been awesome to research the info,visit these old roads, fords etc. I think any serious relic hunter should have this group of books in their information resources. I hope from your efforts from this work and the people you meet along the way bring you many great finds in the future. Tony Guin


Re: Really enjoyed tonight's program,thanks Jack.
September 04, 2011 12:34AM
Excellent program. I can only imagine the amount of work put into those books.
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