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« on: August 10, 2009, 06:34:48 pm »
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I finished reading this book last week and it was very informative and interesting.

"Beyond the Law" by Emmett Dalton - Only Survivor of the Famous Dalton Gang, Pelican Publishing Company, 2002, First Edition published 1918.
I bought my copy on eBay.  I've found that eBay is an excellent place to find treasure-related books that are sometimes very hard to find.

While reading any history book, I always keep my eyes peeled for any references that might be worth checking out more thoroughly as they may be great places to find real treasure but, at the least, should produce an old coin or two and some valuable old relics.  There were a few such places mentioned in this book.
~Texas Jay

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