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Te Move
War Begins
Gold On Te Move
A Tree Reveals Her Secret
Te Mission Begins
Te Discoveries Continue
Filling In Te Pieces
Tough Decisions
Te Investigation Starts
Te Race to Charleston
Looking For Gold
One Down—Two To Go
Georgetown to Charleston
Gold in North Carolina
A Cemetery’s Treasures
Strong Black Friends
Te Yankees Are Coming
Te Cannons Reveal Teir Secrets
Te Southern States Fight Again
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Confederate Gold and Silver

Confederate Gold and Silver

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This historical mystery contains two stories which gradually merge into one. One occurs during 2011, while the other takes place in 1863 during the height of the Civil War.

In 2011, after moving to South Carolina, Paul Waring, a retired Connecticut state trooper, and his wife start their new life. Soon after moving, Paul makes a startling discovery.

He discovers the remains of a long-forgotten Confederate soldier, along with several Civil War artifacts. Those artifacts include two glass bottles containing several clues he must decipher.

Paul determines that one clue concerns the whereabouts of the lost Confederate treasury; a treasury largely comprised of gold and silver coins. He later discovers much of this gold was stolen from the United States government at the outbreak of the Civil War.
This historical mystery contains two stories which gradually merge into one. One occurs during 2011, while the other takes place in 1863 during the height of the Civil War.

In 2011, after moving to South Carolina, Paul Waring, a retired Connecticut state trooper, and his wife start their new life. Soon after moving, Paul makes a startling discovery.

He discovers the remains of a long-forgotten Confederate soldier, along with several Civil War artifacts. Those artifacts include two glass bottles containing several clues he must decipher.

Paul determines that one clue concerns the whereabouts of the lost Confederate treasury; a treasury largely comprised of gold and silver coins. He later discovers much of this gold was stolen from the United States government at the outbreak of the Civil War.

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Publish date: Jul 24, 2012
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Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781449742775
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