Buried Treasures of the Great Plains: Legends of the Lost Immigrant Caches, Abandoned Payroll Coins, and Stage Coach Robbery Loot from North Dakota toTexas
Relates local legends of hidden fortunes and lost treasures left behind by outlaws, pioneers, and prospectors
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