- Jul 30, 2010
- Detector(s) used
- Minelab 3030 CTX
That's a very interesting post I have a lot of respect for Cherokee since I am a descendant of. Cherokee ancestors best to venture and look because if its on Federal land and your caught digging , No Fun For about 5-10 yrs and a hefty fine on top of that.
Yep, that goes without saying. The only Federal property in that stretch along the Etowah River is the McGraw Forest WMA. I've only hiked it looking for symbols as I don't even own a detector. But still, so others on this forum know, you cannot even take a piece of rock off Federal land as that's against the law if it's determined to be a Native American artifact. Other places are all private lands where I've gotten permission and spoken to locals, who incidentally are a wealth of information about the Cherokee that once lived in these areas. Just wanted to pass on the information about Cry of the Eagle.