Civil War Gold and Other Lost Treasures: On the Trail of Various Grey Ghosts, Blue Bummers, Bushwhackers, Blockade-Runners, Jayhawkers, Mossbacks, Copperheads, Scalawags, and Honest Citizens and the Hidden Riches They Left Behind

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CIVIL WAR
GOLD
AND OTHER LOST
TREASURES

On the Trail of Various Grey Ghosts, Blue
Bummers, Bushwhackers,
Blockade-Runners, Jayhawkers,
Mossbacks, Copperheads, Scalawags, and
Honest Citizens, and the
Hidden Riches They Left Behind
1861-1865

W. Craig Gaines

COMBINED PUBLISHING

Pennsylvania

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  • Bibliography 223
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