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Hidden treasures of the American West

Muriel H. Wright, Angie Debo, and Alice Marriott

by Patricia Loughlin

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  • 8 Currently reading

Published by University of New Mexico Press in Albuquerque .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oklahoma
    • Subjects:
    • Wright, Muriel H. 1889-1975 -- Relations with Indians,
    • Debo, Angie, 1890- -- Relations with Indians,
    • Marriott, Alice, 1910- -- Relations with Indians,
    • Indians of North America -- Oklahoma -- Historiography,
    • Indians of North America -- Oklahoma -- Social life and customs,
    • Indians in literature -- History and criticism,
    • Women historians -- Oklahoma -- History,
    • Women authors -- Oklahoma -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references p. (205-221) and index.

      StatementPatricia Loughlin.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.045 L68 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxi, 234 p. :
      Number of Pages234
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3397184M
      ISBN 100826338011
      LC Control Number2005009968

      The Shawnee Silver Mines of Kentucky According to a journal left by one John Swift, a British sailor in Alexandria, Virginia, a party of men including himself and a former captive of the Shawnee in Kentucky named George Mundy crossed “ Big Sandy Creek near its headwaters, and continuing west for a considerable distance we located [ ]Author: Larry Holzwarth.   Clues to a hidden treasure. He drove out across the Rockies and left the chest. "There's gold coins, eagles and American double eagles," he said of the chest's contents.

      Carracks were favored for carrying cargo, including the treasures of the Aztecs, with the galleons deemed more suitable for defense of the fleet (though they too carried treasure). San Miguel de Archangel was a carrack. Because of the records kept by the Spanish at Havana the size and composition of the treasure fleet is known : Larry Holzwarth.   Hidden Treasures: Sacred Relics of the Freemasons In Boston -- the birthplace of the American Freemasonry society -- some ceremonial objects are considered so .

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Muriel Wright, an Oklahoma Choctaw, promoted Oklahoma history in her writings for the Chronicles of Oklahoma, a journal published by the Oklahoma Historical by: 1.

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