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Buried Treasures of the Great Plains

Buried Treasures of the Great Plains

 

The dusty trails heading west of the Mississippi provided intrigue, adventure, and danger for the men and women who set out in search of a new life and fortune. Outlaws along with pioneers and forty-niners traveled this frontier often, finding and losing riches along the way. The Great Plains region – loaded with history from Native Americans, Spanish explorers, and Mexican, German, and Scots-Irish settlers – holds some of the country's most promising opportunities for finding buried treasure. Scattered from North Dakota to Texas, these stories provide a glimpse into the lives of fleeing outlaws, hard-working ranchers, priests, prospectors, and immigrants―all entwined in their search for treasure.

 

Books by WC Jameson:

 

Buried Treasures of California

 

Buried Treasures of New England

 

Buried Treasures of Texas

 

Buried Treasures of the American Southwest

 

Buried Treasures of the Appalachians

 

Buried Treasures of the Atlantic Coast

 

Buried Treasures of the Great Plains

 

Buried Treasures of the Mid-Atlantic States

 

Buried Treasures of the Ozarks

 

Buried Treasures of the Pacific Northwest

 

Buried Treasures of the Rocky Mountain West

 

Buried Treasures of the South