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LEGO Elves Magic Rescue from the Goblin Village 41185 Creative Play Toy


LEGO Elves Magic Rescue from the Goblin Village 41185 Creative Play Toy


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Join Azari Firedancer and Farran Leafshade as they rescue the captured animals while they search for Sophie Jones! Check out the crystal and cage-making workshops, and watch goofy Fibblin try to catch Hidee the Chameleon. Help the elves deflect the evil seeds Bieblin is shooting at them from the catapult and avoid Smiling the guard and the carnivorous plants. Then free Panthara the Panther before …







LEGO Hobbit 79016 Attack on Lake-town


LEGO Hobbit 79016 Attack on Lake-town


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Defend against an Orc Attack on Lake-town with Bard the Bowman, a firing crossbow, booby-trapped door and ladder explode function. Lake-town is under attack from evil Orcs! Rush Bain son of Bard to the bell tower to hand over the Black Arrow to his heroic father. Target the invaders with the crossbow. If an Orc attempts to enter, the booby-trapped door will make fireballs fall on his head! Hurry a…

Treasures Lost, Treasures Found


Treasures Lost, Treasures Found


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From #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts comes a tale of hidden depths and danger! Kate Hardesty has inherited a pile of mysterious ocean charts. Her father had a dreamsunken treasureand he’d left a map leading to a gold-laden ship. To complete her father’s explorations, she must turn to Ky Silver, the man she swore she’d never trust again. It’s a treacherous dive into the depths of the ocean, and Ky is the only one willing to help. But working with Ky means more than searching for goldit means finding a priceless treasure Kate hadn’t known she’d lost Originally published in 1986.

Lost Places, Hidden Treasures


Lost Places, Hidden Treasures


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Seldom-seen historical photographs show everyday life in Helena, Montana, from the 1870s into the 1940s. Insightful captions based on fresh research enrich the cultural history of the people who made their lives here–not the famous leaders, but the core population who refined a mining camp and developed it into a state capital.

Lost Treasures & Old Mines


Lost Treasures & Old Mines


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Between 1850 and 1912, Territorial New Mexico was home to a diverse mix of peoples. Contesting with those who had lived in the region for thousands of years, an array of newcomers arrived: Hispanic settlers, Anglo homesteaders, ranchers, cowboys, sheepherders, merchants, railroad men and-perhaps its chief adventurers-treasure hunters and prospectors. "Lost Treasures & Old Mines" brims with stories of gold fever, copper ore and SILVER mining in the American Southwest. In 1541 when Coronado’s conquistadors arrived in search of the fabled Seven Cities of Cibola, pre-Columbian natives had long been mining for turquoise. The stories in this collection tell of hidden Indian mines, treasures lost en route to Spain, gold heists on trains and stagecoaches, placer miners roaming the hills and chicanery among claim partners. Geronimo, Victorio, Billy the Kid and U.S. Calvary soldiers thread through these stories, along with lucky characters who strike the motherlode and hapless ones who lose their fortunes. The Lost Juan Mondragon Mine, The Dead Burro Mine, the Lost Mine of the Pedernal, the Adams Diggings, Elizabethtown and Pinos Altos-such places live as shining memories in these oral histories of fabulous fortunes lost and found. Between 1936 and 1940, field workers in the New Deal Works Project Administration’s Federal Writers’ Project recorded authentic accounts of life in the early days of New Mexico. These original documents, published here for the first time as a story collection, reflect the conditions of the New Mexico Territory as played out in dynamic clashes between individuals and groups competing for control of the land and resources. "Lost Treasures & Old Mines," the third in the New Mexico Federal Writers’ Project Book Series, features a lively collection of stories and historic photographs of the era. The first and second books in the series are "Outlaws & Desperados" and "Frontier Stories." Forthcoming volumes include Stories from Hispano New Mexico and a collection of cowboy adventures on cattle trails and ranches. ANN LACY, an artist and researcher/writer, has lived in New Mexico since 1979. She has worked for Project Crossroads, a not-for-profit educational resource group, in projects related to New Mexico history and culture. Participating in preserving open space and preservation efforts, she received a City of Santa Fe Heritage Preservation Award in 2000. ANNE VALLEY-FOX, co-editor of the New Mexico Federal Writers’ Project Book series and staff member with Project Crossroads, is a poet and writer. Her nonfiction books include "Your Mythic Journey" (co-author, Sam Keen). Her fourth collection of poetry, "How Shadows Are Bundled," was published in 2009.

Treasures: Secret Star/Treasures Lost, Treasures Found


Treasures: Secret Star/Treasures Lost, Treasures Found


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He was standing face-to-face with a dead woman…and she was holding a gun. Lieutenant Seth Buchanan’s homicide investigation was thrown into turmoil when Grace Fontaine turned up very much alive–and in possession of one of the huge blue diamonds known as the Stars of Mithra. Seth never let his feelings get in the way of his job…but it was becoming increasingly difficult with no mystery more compelling than that of Grace herself. Kate Hardesty had inherited a dream: a pile of mysterious charts and notebooks, mapping the way to sunken treasure. Determined to complete her late father’s explorations, she returned to the island where she grew up and hired deep-sea diver Ky Silver–the man she’d left behind four years ago. But working with Ky meant more than searching for gold…it meant finding a priceless treasure Kate hadn’t been looking for.

The Lost Treasures Of Yucatan


The Lost Treasures Of Yucatan


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Lost Treasures of the Bible


Lost Treasures of the Bible


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Lost Treasures of the Bible by Michael McDonnell is concerned with treasures of the Bible that have, in some way or to some degree, been lost over time. These treasures include the Ark of the Covenant, Aaron’s Rod, the Chalice of the Last Supper, the Veronica, the Shroud of Turin, the family tree of Jesus, a time-line of key Biblical dates, and Noah’s Ark. Three primary sources of information are used. These are: the Bible, and the writings of the Catholic mystics Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich (1774-1824), and the Venerable Mary of Agreda (1602-1665). This book should be of interest to people who would like to learn more about both Jesus and the Bible.

Treasures of the Lost Races


Treasures of the Lost Races


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Buy Treasures of the Lost Races by Rene Noorbergen in Paperback for the low price of 19.95. Find this product in Social Science > Archaeology, Ancient – General, Antiquities & Archaeology.

Lost Treasures of American History


Lost Treasures of American History


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With his storyteller’s gift, Jameson relates episodes from early explorers through the colonial period, the Civil War, the settling of the West, and the roaring 1920s. As a professional treasure hunter, he has followed the trails of many of the lost mines and buried treasures he describes. Sample treasures include Sir Francis Drake Treasure, Benedict Arnold Treasure, Lafayette’s Sunken Riches, Maryland’s Lost Silver Mine, The Wandering Confederate Treasury, Lost Treasure of the Gray Ghost, Oklahoma Outlaw Cache, and Lost Spanish Gold in the Sandia Mountains.

Lost’s Buried Treasures


Lost’s Buried Treasures


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Now in its third edition, the bestselling Lost's Buried Treasures is the ultimate unauthorized guide to this phenomenonally popular show, providing fans with all the essential details in one easy volume.

Lost Treasures of Arkansas's Waterways


Lost Treasures of Arkansas’s Waterways


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From the earliest native inhabitants to Spanish explorers to early settlers, travelers have always followed the paths of Arkansas’s waterways. This collection includes 16 legends about Civil War artifacts, silver bullets, sealed caves, and collapsed minesall set along the rivers and streams of Arkansas. Jameson’s research indicates that there are bounties yet to be recovered among the banks, beds, and bottoms. Rooted in local detail and historical fact, these stories will engage hikers, kayakers, and armchair adventures alike.

Lost Treasures


Lost Treasures


$8.96


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