7 edition of Confederate Gold found in the catalog.
March 28, 2002 by 1st Books Library .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
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The book purports that the KGC was responsible for the South's succession in and as early as started to plan for the Confederacy's defeat by burying arms, ammunition and gold in a series of clandestine, underground depositories protected by guardians who understand a hieroglyphic code adopted from the Freemasons and their progenitors /5(64).
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CIVIL WAR GOLD AND OTHER LOST TREASURE: REVISED EDITION. by W. CRAIG GAINES |. Over the years stories of “The Lost Confederate Treasure” have become ingrained in American culture and folklore. From movies to books to the internet, stories and guesses abound as to “what really happened.” The Clint Eastwood classic, “The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly” revolves around a search for missing Confederate gold.
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Book Club Questions. About the Author. Buy the Book/Events. Contact “Confederate Gold is an eclectic mix of history, modernity, and mayhem a hilarious chase-style novel filled with bizarre characters, real military history and a showcase of beautiful locations in and around Richmond Author Penn Miller does a marvelous job of.
The Hunt for Confederate Gold book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Hunt for Confederate Gold by Thomas Moore Paperbac 4/5.
Confederate Gold book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. After becoming orphaned and surviving the fall of the Confederate S /5. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Confederate Gold by Cameron Judd at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. a one-handed ex Confederate soldier, and a storm of lies, betrayal and greed that all comes down to one thing: a treasure of gold that may or may not exist.
Apples of Gold: A book of Godly : Confederate Gold is an action-packed comedy, taking a serious look at the American Civil War through the eyes of reenactors in the twenty-first century. This fun, funny novel is a raucous run, rampaging through Richmond, Virginia's Civil War history.
In Junea years after the beginning Brand: Salem Author Services. Like many locals interested in the legend of the gold, Atwell uses the book “Confederate Treasure in Danville” by the late J. Frank Carroll as a guide, since it explores theories of where the. "Confederate Gold" is the newest novel by the author of "Nelson's Payback", George Vassallo.
It continues the story Confederate Gold book Rob Nelson, a skilled, ruthless, but sometimes reluctant enforcer of justice. Similar to this book. Confederate Gold and Silver: A story of the lost Confederate treasury and its missing gold and silver: Confederate Goliath: The Battle of Fort Fisher: Confederate Ironclad vs Union Ironclad: Hampton Roads (Duel) The Confederate Book of Quotes & Narratives: The Confederate Cookbook: Delicious Recipes From the Deep South: The Confederate.
Confederate Gold is a work of humorous fiction penned by author Penn Miller, which promises ‘A Modern-day Romp through the Civil War History of Richmond, Virginia’.
In the Confederate Capital of the American Civil War, we find ourselves immersed in the world of battle re-enactment with an odd but passionate group of would-be soldiers. When they discover a. Book Club Questions 1. Each of the main characters in Confederate Gold is taking refuge in reenacting.
Is it a blessing or an impediment for each of them. Do you find Civil War reenacting silly and offensive or an enriching hobby that educates others and. Treasure hunters believe they have found $2million worth of gold stolen from the Confederates after the Civil War in a Lake Michigan Shipwreck.
Kevin Dykstra and Frederick J. Monroe, who have been. As a year-old legend goes, a Union Army wagon train left Wheeling,before the Battle of Gettysburg, carrying two tons of gold, but never completed its mile mission.
The gold was. Get this from a library. Confederate gold. [Cameron Judd] -- With his wife on the prowl for other men and his temper catching up with him, Enoch Brand signs on for a wagon train headed for Tennessee and soon finds more trouble than he can handle.
Southern spies preparing for a Confederate resurgence after the U.S. Civil War may have buried millions of dollars in gold at sites across Canada in the s -- part of an enormous treasure that, say the authors of a new book, is only now being unearthed. Confederate Gold is Bill Westhead's third novel.
He first published Once in Old Frederica Town in a story based on the founding of the state of Georgia. This was followed in by Clogs dealing with the effect of mechanization on the textile industry in his hometown at the time of the Industrial : Bill Westhead.
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Background: According to Ernest M. Andrews' book, "Georgia's Fabulous Treasure Hords," "Confederate President Jefferson Davis and his cabinet were fleeing Richmond on April 2,and carried with them approximately $, in specie, silver brick and gold ingots.
Confederate gold. [Cameron Judd] -- With his wife on the prowl for other men and his temper catching up with him, Enoch Brand signs on for a wagon train headed for Tennessee and soon finds more trouble than he can handle. Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. The Lost Confederate Gold. Legend tells of two crates, each sized about 2’x3’x4′ were filled with gold and silver coins said to be around $, in value and buried by Confederate forces.
Some stories say the crates were made of wood, some say metal. Confederate Currency Introduction and History Pierre Fricke.
This book is an easy and fun read introducing Confederate paper money in the context of the founding of the Confederate States of America and its history (finance, war, social). A great first time beginners book. $ +. Knights' Gold: The amazing but true story of how two Baltimore boys in unearthed 5, gold coins hidden by a secret Confederate organization known as the Knights of the Golden Circle by Jack Myers.
McNeely, a University of South Carolina professor emerita and former journalist, is the author of “Lincoln, Sherman, Davis and the Lost.
Here’s how this gold war began, according to a Pittsburg Post-Gazette article about a story in Lost Treasure magazine. In JunePresident Lincoln ordered two wagons with false bottoms to carry anywhere from 26 to 52 gold bars weighing 50 pounds each from Wheeling, West Virginia, miles north to Pennsylvania to pay the Union troops stationed there.
This historical mystery contains two stories which gradually merge into one. One occurs duringwhile the other takes place in during the height of the Civilafter moving to South Carolina, Paul Waring, a retired Connecticut state.
The book states that Hackley made $, -- or $ million in today's dollars -- in one day duringthe time that Dykstra and Richards believe the gold was moving. "Make no mistake, this. Product Description. Confederate Gold is an action-packed, humorous novel, taking a serious look at the American Civil War through the eyes of reenactors in the twenty-first century.
This fun, funny book is a raucous run, rampaging through Richmond, Virginia’s Civil War history. In June a years after the beginning of the American Civil War reenactors find long-lost. There is a small paperback or softcover book on the lost Confederate gold written by two treasure hunters from Warrenton, Virginia.
I think the title might be something like "Lost Confederate Gold." One of the authors has a direct ancestor who supposedly was apart of the K.G.C. The television show that novelist Brad Melzer hosted did an episode.
Confederate Gold in Wilkes County, Georgia Jefferson Davis by C.E. Emery, about The most famous Civil War treasure and one of Georgia’s greatest mysteries are that of hundreds of thousands of dollars of the Confederate treasury that went missing right at the very end of.
Curse of Civil War Gold. 3, likes 62 talking about this. Original The Curse of Civil War Gold Fan page Follow Rick and Marty Lagina on their trip to find the elusive Civil War Gold/5(2). I recently read the novel “The Hunt for Confederate Gold” by Thomas Moore.
(Published by Fusilier Books, ISBN ) It may sound cliched, but I couldn’t put it down. I am not surprised that it has a perfect five star rating on Without giving too much away, I can tell you that it is three intertwined storylines wrapped into one.