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John Walsh has been involved in almost every aspect of the Civil War hobby. Since the age of 13, he has particpated in Civil War Roundtables, Re-enacting, Relic Hunting, Collecting and Researching. Having a business revolving around his passion was a long time aspiration after visiting 'Yesteryear Antiques' in Murfreesboro during the late 1980's.
He is a member of the Clarskville Civil War Roundtable, Tennessee Military Collector's Association, Volunteer at Fort Donelson National Battlefield, and actively supports both local SCV camps in Dover and Clarksville.
Nikki Walsh (on the right in this picture with Debbie Hays of Stones River Trading Company) is the manager of Fort Donelson Relics and takes care of the accounting, customer care, and orders. An avid relic hunter, she has become very knowledgeable on dug artifacts and small arms projectiles. Nikki also oversees the annual Fort Donelson Relics Coin & Relic Hunt which brings in close to 200 people each year.

She is a member of the Clarksville Civil War Roundtable, Fort Donelson Civil War Roundtable, Stewart County Historical Society and Volunteer at Fort Donelson National Battlefield.
John Walsh Jr. is our number one sales associate 7 years running. Though he still has a ways to go, he has shown alot of potential and will soon be a major partner within the business. He can often be heard screaming on most phone calls and on two occassions, answered the phone before his father did and was found talking to Rafael Eledge and Tim Prince on the phone collaborating a relic deal, which yielded a great oppotunity.
He is a member of the Clarksville Civil War Roundtable, Fort Donelson Civil War Round Table, Tennessee Valley Battalion and actively, though sometimes unwillingly, participates in most anything his parents drag him too.

Alexander is our youngest and smallest member. At age 4 he is our PR "go-to" person, as he enjoys smiling and shaking hands with current and potential customers at the relic shows.

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