Buried Treasures of the Ozarks by W.C. Jameson

By W.C. Jameson

This assortment brings jointly forty three buried treasure legends from Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma - tales approximately impressive mines deserted through De Soto's infantrymen; ingots carried partway around the Ozarks in the past, stashed in a few second of hazard and not recovered; lodes of beneficial steel recognized in basic terms to neighborhood Indians; and thieves and murderers' plunder that also lies hidden underground. those stories proportion universal topics, which are consistently rooted in colourful neighborhood information and partially verifiable evidence. many times the reader is left with the haunting photo of gold or silver deep in a few Ozark cave, ready to be uncovered to the sunshine of day.

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