Bleeding Kansas Succes at the Stagecoach Stop The Diggers crew is at the historic Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop in Kansas, an old stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail. One of the unique attributes to this old farm is there was a blacksmith shop on the grounds. The guys hope to find tools, horseshoes, or any kind of evidence they can to pinpoint the sight of the blacksmith shop. 19th Century Prize KG is glowing after a great find- 19th century horse tack at the historic Mahaffie Stagecoach stop-farm. Vital History Locating evidence of this blacksmith shop will allow Tim to bring a larger excavation crew, bringing life to a vital part of the historic American expansion westward. Artifacts of Westward Expansion Tim Talbott looks over the artifacts with KG & Ringy as they walk through the finds at the historic Mahaffie Stagecoach stop in Kansas. Blackjack Battlefield Their next stop is one of the most significant places in our country's history, Blackjack Battlefield. When At First They Met KG and Ringy are looking for old bullets and gun fragments at the site of the Blackjack Battlefield.This location was the first place where the two opposing units met on the field of battle over the issue of slavery. Discussing Their Finds KG and Ringy discuss a very important artifact they found outside the "yellow house" in Humboldt, KS. Uncovering American History Ringy in getting a little dirty in Humboldt, KS where he may have found the most important artifact in American history. A Successful Dig Patrick Haire looks over the artifacts with KG, Ringy and archaeologist Michael Durkin after a successful dig in Humboldt, KS. 1 comments   Get Livefyre FAQ Sign in + Follow Post comment Link Newest | Oldest Kiana Griffin 5pts What was the cylinder-shaped object in the row farthest from the men, fourth from the right?