Confederate Gold and Silver: A Story of the Lost Confederate Treasury and Its Missing Gold and Silver

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This historical mystery contains two stories which gradually merge into one. One occurs during 2011, while the other takes place in 1863 during the height of the Civil War.

In 2011, after moving to South Carolina, Paul Waring, a retired Connecticut state trooper, and his wife start their new life. Soon after moving, Paul makes a startling discovery.

He discovers the remains of a long-forgotten Confederate ...

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Confederate Gold and Silver: A story of the lost Confederate treasury and its missing gold and silver

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Overview

This historical mystery contains two stories which gradually merge into one. One occurs during 2011, while the other takes place in 1863 during the height of the Civil War.

In 2011, after moving to South Carolina, Paul Waring, a retired Connecticut state trooper, and his wife start their new life. Soon after moving, Paul makes a startling discovery.

He discovers the remains of a long-forgotten Confederate soldier, along with several Civil War artifacts. Those artifacts include two glass bottles containing several clues he must decipher.

Paul determines that one clue concerns the whereabouts of the lost Confederate treasury; a treasury largely comprised of gold and silver coins. He later discovers much of this gold was stolen from the United States government at the outbreak of the Civil War.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781449742782
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 7/17/2012
  • Pages: 332
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.74 (d)

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    Lilywolf to Goldenstripe! IDEA!

    Okay I couldn't wait for your response to write this so here it is! I just had an idea that I had to tell you! Okay so here's my pitch. Goldenstripe kills Lilywolf. Yep legit killing. Last life gone. In Starclan. Dead. Okay I'll give you the next five seconds to freak out. ........................ You done? Lol okay hear me out. At some point today or early tomorrow, Goldy kills Lilywolf (preferably in camp). I don't care how he does it or why but he does. Lilywolf dies and has to join Starclan but instead runs off to the dark forest to confront Shadowstar. She makes the deal to stay in the dark forest and never visit Goldenstripe in exchange for his sanity. Goldenstripe turns back to normal (I imagine just in the nick of time to prevent the clan from turning on him). He of course flips out and comes to get Lilywolf but she's DEAD! After they whop Shadowstar she can't go home with him. Then maybe Hawk or someone could come along and Goldenstripe begs that in exchange for his nine lives, Lilywolf gets one. And poof happy ending! Lol! I just had to get this out. It's been playing in my head annoying me. If you don't like it tell me! I don't want to be a Goldpaw. ;) ~ Lilywolf &hearts

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