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Treasure In A Cornfield By Greg Hawley
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The discovery and excavation of the Steamboat Arabia. The true story of four men and their families' recovery of the Steamboat Arabia as told by a son. The riverboat sank in 1856 in the Mississippi River 1/2 mile below Parkville, MO. Includes photographs and illustrations with cover and sleeve intact. In excellent condition.
  • Material: Hardcover
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  • Height: 9.5
  • Width: 6.5
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