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Buried Treasures of New England (Buried Treasures Series/W.C. Jameson)

by W. C. Jameson

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The is a good book for any reader for elementary school to adults. The book takes place in New England which is nice because I was very interesting because I've been near to where it is taking place. This book was a quick to read some of the stories were very interesting. Other times it was like they had coped a chapter and put into another chapter whith diffrant names, so it was not always so interesting. All though I like to learn and read about New England history.

I would recommend this book to any hardcore explorer / treasure hunter because if you have vast information about That part of land you could very easily find the treasure with the right tools. If you were to find a buried treasure you could even be rich with gold silver antiques. Museum treasure what you found or you can just sell every thing and be rich for the rest of you're life. ( )
  br14casi | Dec 6, 2013 |
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Marie Antoinette's $1 million necklace lies in the cold waters of the Pennichuck Brook just a few miles from downtown Nashua, New Hampshire. A steamboat, possibly the country's first one, still remains deep in Lake Morey near Fairlee, Vermont. A young woman discovers her great-grandfather's lost money in the chimney of his mysterious Massachusetts mansion. But was there more hidden in the bricks? From Revolutionary War and Civil War tales to a legend about a missing silver church bell, this lore, ....

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