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DIVERS, TREASURE HUNTERS, AND ADVENTURERS WORLDWIDE COME TO FLORIDA LOOKING FOR SPANISH SILVER COINS, GIANT FOSSIL SHARKS TEETH, SHIPWRECKS, AND GOLD JEWELRY NOW YOU CAN TOO! IN ONE SITE, YOU HAVE THE BEST PLACES TO LOOK, LAID OUT WITH AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY, MAPS, GPS COORDINATES, DESCRIPTIONS, AND BACKED UP BY SOLID RESEARCH, SO YOU CAN ZERO IN AND SCORE!
Legends of America
LEGENDARY LOST TREASURES - Treasure Tales of the American West - A Travel Site for the Nostalgic and Historic Minded
HOW GEOPHYSICAL METHODS CAN HELP THE ARCHAEOLOGIST
by Lambert Dolphin formerly Senior Research Physicist SRI International, Menlo Park, California World War One brought the discovery that photographs behind enemy lines taken from airplanes could be of great value in warfare. Not longer after this, observers taking random photographs from the air over rural England noticed that traces of old Roman walls, forts and roads could be seen on aerial photographs but otherwise went unnoticed under cornfields and pastures when archaeologists wandered about the countryside on foot.
A BRIEF BACKGROUND ON GROUND PENETRATING RADAR
by Lambert Dolphin formerly Senior Research Physicist SRI International, Menlo Park, California. Geophysical methods can be very useful in exploring for oil, minerals, or for locating buried objects. Most methods in use today were developed five or six decades ago and have not been improved upon greatly since their inception. Each method has its strengths---and often severe limitations that are imposed by nature. The advantage of geophysical survey techniques is that they do not disturb the site, can usually be performed quickly, and they are very cost effective compared to excavation costs. When they can be used these methods can be very helpful in evaluating the site geologically and for delineating areas of interest and eliminating barren ground. Among the more recent tools developed for probing beneath the surface of the earth is ground-penetrating radar.
State Library Websites
This is a list of state library agency Websites.
Stan Grist - Adventures Into The Unknown!
Stan has an extensive web site about his own personal adventures and explorations: discovering lost civilizations, gold prospecting, diamonds, metal detecting, treasure hunting, and much more. He also has a library about explorers and fascinating subjects like subterranean tunnel systems, and cryptozoology.
Treasure Hunter’s University
The only university dedicated to and for the treasure hunter or huntress, in all of us. The “THU” began as an information and research forum in the “Gold Prospector” magazine. (Jul/Aug 98 to present) To enlighten rock hounds, prospectors, treasure hunters and everyone else, who loves the outdoors, about the amazing monuments, trailmarkers, signs, symbols and “Death Traps”, that the Spanish, Indians and Mexicans left for us to see today.
The World’s Largest Treasure Book Catalog - literally hundreds of books of interest to treasure hunters of all kinds, some titles hard to find anywhere else!
Chinese coin and charm images
This web site is here to help you learn how to read and identify your ancient Chinese coins. The information here is basic but is a good starting point if you just want to find out some information on a coin or intend collecting Chinese cash coins and charms.
Civil War Battle Summaries by State
Provided by American Battlefield Protection Program, National Park Service
Civil War Diary Index
Civil War Diaries
The American Civil War
Civil War Index page with lots of good links
CoinFacts.com - The Internet Encyclopedia of U.S. Coins
Coin information free to all collectors of United States coins, including thousands of full color coin images, rarity, and historical information
Your source for coins and numismatics. Get current coin collecting information on coins, prices, auctions, coin clubs, shows, numismatics and more at CoinClub.com
The Coins of Colonial and Early America
An exhibit of over 250 coins of colonial and early America from wampum and Massachusetts silver to the provisional half disme of 1792. High-quality jpeg images are provided for each coin together with complete descriptions. In addition, there are extensive introductions to each type
COUNTERMARKED COINS and other for sale
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
The Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library is part of the Alamo complex in San Antonio, Texas. The library has been developed and is supported and maintained by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas for the use of all researchers. The non-circulating collections pertain to the history of Texas, San Antonio, and the Alamo.
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
The David Rumsey Historical Map Collection has over 10,000 maps online. The collection focuses on rare 18th and 19th century North and South America maps and other cartographic materials. Historic maps of the World, Europe, Asia and Africa are also represented. Collection categories include antique atlas, globe, school geography, maritime chart, state, county, city, pocket, wall, childrens and manuscript maps. The collection can be used to study history, genealogy and family history
This web site is dedicated to all the people who enjoy attending Drive-In Theaters across America. Also to the Drive-In owners who still operate every year, bringing enjoyment to thousands. So let down the top on the old Chevy and take a cyber trip to the drive-in.
Map Collections 1500-2004
The Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress holds more than 4.5 million items, of which Map Collections represents only a small fraction, those that have been converted to digital form.
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