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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Historical US Coastal Survey Charts

NOAA’s US Coast Survey Historical Maps The coastline of the US is important to both shipping and defense. Because of this, the government commissioned charts made of the US coasts. These have now fallen into the hands of the NOAA and they have been scanned. These charts show nautical items, but also will show where … Continue reading »

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WW2 Aircraft Treasure Found

Hats off to David Cundall, who clearly did good research and vetted sources to find over a dozen buried war surplus Spitfires buried in Burma by Allied troops! Well done!

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US Treasure Trove Law

There is a well written and heavily cited document on US treasure trove law produced by John Kleeberg.  You can find a copy for your files over at which is a Deep Web research site. You can download your copy of the Treasure Trove Law here  

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Treasure Lead Generation pages added

Research is a critical part of treasure hunting, but you need a lead to start your research in earnest. So I’ve put up a bit about where to get initial leads, and then the research can begin. Treasure Lead Generation

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Treasure Hunting Research Book Coming

There is a big need for a comprehensive that teaches solid research techniques for the treasure hunter.  I mean, there is a lot of crap out there, and there are a lot of people who believe that crap.  The intermediate to advanced treasure hunter should really have the ability to vet these stories for themselves … Continue reading »

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