Dig Wars: Digging Georgia Landing Pictures
The 3 teams of relic hunters travel to Labadieville, LA, in search of artifacts from the Civil War. Now a sugar plantation, Georgia Landing was the site of a pivotal battle in October 1862.Filed under:
Ron Guinazzo and Mark Slinkman gear up for a day of digging at Georgia Landing, a sugar cane plantation that has just opened to the public for the first time in years.
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