Buried Treasures of the Appalachians: Legends of Homestead Caches, Indian Mines and Loot From Civil War Raids By: W. C. Jameson
Non-fiction: History, 205 pages
Book Count: 43
If I learned anything reading this book, it is that the Appalachians are full of caves, mines, river banks and random buried objects that are full of millions of dollars work of gold, silver, and important historic relics that are impossible to find, even with a map or having been there before. Also, that it is really annoying when one goes back and forth calling the Civil War: the Civil War or the War Between the States, sometimes in the same entry.