Buried Treasures of the Great Plains: Legends of Lost Immigrant Caches, Abandoned Payroll Coins, and Stagecoach Robbery Loot-From North Dakota to Texas (英语) 平装 – 1998年9月1日
Thorough research is evident as one progresses through this adventure-filled text. A lengthy introduction describes the origin, geography, and people of the area. The stories are then divided by state: Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Texas. Three to seven legends per chapter tell how treasures and fortunes came to be buried on the Great Plains. Of those mentioned, the Dalton Gang is probably the most widely known. Each chapter begins with a map showing the location of each tale, which varies from 6 to 10 pages in length. This title concludes with an extensive glossary and a long list of references. A collection that will be enjoyed by a wide audience, including reluctant readers.--Eldon Younce "School Library Journal "
Jameson, a professional treasure hunter, teacher, and editor, continues his "Buried Treasure" series, which now numbers over a dozen titles. Jameson is a good storyteller and has done extensive research in tracking down all these tales. ... These could be popular with younger readers and may even be highly requested in areas specific to the various titles.--John Kenny "Library Journal "
W.C. Jameson Bio:W.C. Jameson is the award-winning and best-selling author of more than seventy books and over 1,500 articles and essays. In addition, he is an accomplished songwriter and performer, having recorded five albums of his original music and acted in five films. He has written the soundtracks for four films, and wrote and performed in the musical, Whatever Happened to the Outlaw, Jesse James?
Jameson is the best-selling treasure author in the world. Perhaps he is known best, as the creator of the popular Travel Channel, the Discovery Channel, Nightline, and National Public Radio. He also consulted with the production team for the highly successful feature film, National Treasure, starring Nicholas Cage. One of Jameson's most popular books is , a regional bestseller. This controversial book presents stunning evidence that the famous outlaw, Billy the Kid, was not killed by Sheriff Pat Garrett in 1881 but went on to live an adventurous and productive life for the next sixty-nine years. series for August House. His success and fame as a professional treasure hunter has led to appearances on television's Unsolved Mysteries, the
Jameson has won numerous awards for his writing from a number of professional associations. A nationally recognized and honored author, he has served as a judge for several prestigious literary competitions. When not on an expedition or writing a book, Jameson tours the country performing his music at folk festivals, colleges and universities, concert halls, and roadhouses.
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