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Lost Treasures of American History (2006)

by W. C. Jameson

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This was a good book that I enjoyed. A rundown of lost mines, lost shipwrecks, lost payrolls, lost train robbery gold, and lost Spanish treasure.

The author, a successful treasure hunter, arranges his stories in rough chronological order, beginning with the Spanish explorers of the 15th century and ending with Dutch Schultz in the 1920s. The stories, which are plentiful, are clear, well-written, and enticing. I'd like to go poke around some of these sites my own self. ( )
  MerryMary | Jul 11, 2012 |
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