The Amazing But True Story of How Two Baltimore Boys in 1934 Unearthed 5,000 Gold Coins Hidden by a Secret Confederate Organization Known as the Knights of the Golden Circle.
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|Format: ||Paperback, 510 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 24 November 2016|
The largest documented K.G.C. treasure find yet! The amazing but true story of how two Baltimore boys in 1934 unearthed 5,000 gold coins hidden by a secret Confederate organization known as the Knights of the Golden Circle. The Baltimore chapter of the K.G.C. fiercely opposed President Lincoln, and was involved in plots to bring about Lincoln's demise. John Wilkes Booth, who lived just four blocks from the treasure site, was one of the K.G.C.'s most ardent and outspoken members.
About the Author
Jack Myers is the author of several books, including Row House Days, Row House Blues, and The Delco Files. He was born and raised in Philadelphia, and has worked as a teacher, newspaper reporter, newspaper editor, pizza shop proprietor, and technical writer.
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