Buried Treasures of the American Southwest (Buried Treasures)

by W.C. Jameson

Publisher: August House

Written in English
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  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Nonfiction,
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  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • Spaniards,
  • W.C. Jameson,
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  • Gold mines and mining,
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Number of Pages220
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ISBN 100874830826
ISBN 109780874830828

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Buried Treasures of the American Southwest by Jameson, W.C. ISBN ; ISBN ; Format: Paperback; Copyright: ; Publisher: August House; More Book Details; Purchase Benefits. This fifth volume in W.C. Jameson's Buried Treasure series contains 38 tales gathered from the breadth of the American South.

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Hidden Treasure Chest Filled With Gold And Gems Is Found In Rocky Mountains "It was under a canopy of stars in the lush, forested vegetation of. Both American coasts abound with tales of buried pirate treasure. The coastal areas of Virginia and the Carolinas are said Buried Treasures of the American Southwest book some to contain treasure left behind by Blackbeard, Stede Bonnett and other pirates who once roamed the seas off the America’s preying on merchantmen and Spanish treasure ships.

Both New Buried Treasures of the American Southwest book and New Jersey were once areas resorted to by Captain William Kidd, and long Author: Larry Holzwarth. The diary detailed the buried treasure, the man’s desertion from the army, and his trip home. The old diary ended up with a Civil War historian, who attempted to locate the gold in Today, the gold remains near Interst outside the small town of Highgate Springs, VT.

Confederate Pots of Gold. Aroundpeople crossed from east to west in search of treasure. Some people found their riches, and others lost everything in the effort. And there were those who found fortune, in one way or another, only to lose it.

The tales of these lost treasures has haunted the American West for centuries. Creepy Carrots or Creepy Pair of Underwear Only $ with Purchase of Any Kids' Book Buried Treasures of the American Southwest: Legends of Lost Mines, Hidden Payrolls and Spanish Gold by W.C.

Jameson, Wendell E. Hall (Illustrator) Paperback (1st ed)Brand: August House Publishers, Inc. In Wednesday’s episode of Expedition Unknown, Josh Gates will interview a Boston family who located buried treasure from the book The tome by.

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Many, it seems, perished in vain searches for wealth in the deserts, mountains and vast terrain of the American Southwest. The book includes some treasure maps and extensive, colorful, and sometimes humorous narrative I enjoyed story teller and folklorist J. Frank Dobie’s Coronado’s Children/5(14).

Coronado's Children was the second book written by J. Frank Dobie, published by The Southwest Press in It deals with lore of lost mines and lost treasures in the American Southwest, for the most part in Texas. The Spanish explorer Francisco Vásquez de Coronado quested for the fabled Seven Cities of Gold in the 16th century.

Dobie thought that recent searchers for lost mines and lost treasure in the. Book Overview Legends like these have long circulated in the American Southwest, and now for the first time they are collected in a single volume.

Jameson gathered his material from his own extensive, on-site research in Arizona, Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas, and from interviews with people whose lives have been entwined with the search for particular treasures.4/5(1).

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This book is titled "CORONADO'S CHILDREN" and It was written by J. Frank Dobie. This Hardcover Book (no dustjacket) has Rough Cut Pages and tells amazing tales of Early American History, Treasure and date: In addition to the many legends that have surrounded Col.

George A. Custer and the Little Big Horn, there have grown persistent rumors of lost treasure. As one version goes, the captain of the steamboat Far West —in order to lighten his load—buried some $, in gold that he was safeguarding for miners, to better accommodate the battle’s wounded troopers.

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Die-hard folks (mostly from the East coast and the South, but some from abroad) over the past five centuries have explored, exploited, prospered and profited from the land of the. He is the creator of the “Buried Treasures of America” series that numbers thirty-six books and counting.

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There have been several reports of treasure hunters finding a stray coin or two in the area. Wild Cat Canyon – At the south end of the Chiricahua Mountains, about eight miles southwest of Portal, Arizona is a cave called “Room Forty Four.

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And for more shocking secrets, discover America's 30 Most Fascinating Unsolved Mysteries."Locating Lost Treasure and Lost Gold Mines Sites, Treasure Sites for Treasure Hunters" Anton Leiter's short story format is bound to kindle even the dullest imagination by thought of finding hidden Treasure on a lonely Beach or the sands of our great southwest.