Oak Island, Nova Scotia

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Oak Island and Its Lost Treasure

Third Edition

Civil engineers Graham Harris and Les MacPhie have spent over a decade investigating the enigma of Nova Scotia’s Oak Island. In this new edition of their book, they set out the previously … 264 View
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Preface & Introduction

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Preface – explains the differences between editions of the book and what new material is in this one. Introduction – History of Oak Island, introduces the mystery of oak island and … 10 $1.00 Add
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Dreams of Buried Treasure

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1795 – 1805. Tracing the history of the theory that treasure is buried on Oak Island; includes Daniel McGinnis discovering the Money Pit, traces different discoveries on the island, … 20 $2.00 Add
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The Treasure Proves Elusive

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1845-1866, the recommencment of the search for treasure on Oak Island (Truro Syndicate), issues with water while excavating, 1849 drilling program, 15 $1.50 Add
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A Flood Tunnel is Confirmed

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1866-1885, the endeavors by the Halifax Company that are murky due to lack of surviving records 6 $0.60 Add
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The Clues Begin to Accumulate

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1893-1903 the founding of the Oak Island Treasure Company and the exploration that they undertook on Oak Island, the drilling program of 1897 18 $1.80 Add
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Important Evidence is Revealed

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1909-1943, Captain Harry Bowdoin of New York and the Old Gold Salvage and Wrecking Company and the important evidence that they found, edwin Hamilton, 21 $2.10 Add
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Tragedy and New Discoveries

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1955-2005, George Greene’s work on the Island (Summer1955), William and Victor Harmon (1958), Robert Restall (1965) killed in shaft they dug, Robert Dunfield (1965) excavates, discoveries … 43 $4.30 Add
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A Theory Evolves

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Analyzes important clues of a technical nature leading to a theory that the flood tunnel was not part of the original excavation project. The overwhelming conclusion that emerges from the … 11 $1.10 Add
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A Brief History Lesson

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briefly reviews the history of the region with a view to establishing the backdrop against which the excavation of the Money Pit would likely have been carried out towards the end of the 17th century 10 $1.00 Add
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An Ancient Mariner

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Looks at Sir William Phips’s (1651-1695) connection to Oak Island and the evidence to his connection and his history of treasure seeking 20 $2.00 Add
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The Mordaunt Conspiracy

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Looks at Charles Mordaunt (1658-1735)and the conspiracy that surrounds him in connection with Oak Island and Phips 9 $0.90 Add
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Military Involvement

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This chapter summarizes the evidence for a military connection to Oak Island. What follows is a reconstruction of how the Flood Tunnel was excavated and the Smith’s Cove cofferdam … 24 $2.40 Add
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The Value of the Treasure

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contains an assessment of the value of the lost treasure still awaiting recovery 6 $0.60 Add
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Appendix:

Summary of shafts, major drilling campaigns and excavations from 1795 to 2005

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Summary of shafts, major drilling campaigns and excavations from 1795 to 2005 11 $1.10 Add