Jefferson County Museum opens new exhibit of colonial and early antebellum relics

The Jefferson County Museum is opening a new exhibit featuring colonial and early antebellum relics found in Jefferson County. Artifacts include rare coins, buttons, and buckles dating from ca. 1730s to the early 1800s. Relic hunter Jim Glymph found the items in various locations around the county and has loaned them to the museum for the remainder of the year. The exhibit will be open from Tuesday, September 10, until mid-December.