Dig Wars: Fort St. Philip Pictures

The 3 teams of relic hunters explore Louisiana’s Fort Saint Philip – an abandoned military outpost that has been closed to visitors since Hurricane Katrina. Did the storm uncover lost artifacts?

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War of 1812 and the Civil War at Fort St. Philip
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Home to important battles in both the War of 1812 and the Civil War, Fort Saint Phillip is loaded with history. It was initially developed by the French in the mid-1700s and was later controlled by the Spanish. Here, Larry puts a find in his apron.

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