Massachusetts Lost Treasure
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East of Martha's Vineyard. This island was the home to hundreds of whaling ships during the 1700's. Many wrecks can be seen on the beaches. Many English silver coins have been found on the beaches.
Martha's Vineyard Island
Located off Cape Cod. This island was settled in the mid 1600's. By the nineteenth century it became an important whaling island. Hundreds of ships wrecked and were tossed onto it's beaches. Artifacts and silver coins have been found on the beaches.
This British warship wrecked during a hurricane in 1712. The ship went down off the beach of Green Harbor, located approximately 5 miles north of Gurnet Point, in Plymouth Bay. The Hazord was carrying thousands of dollars in gold coins.
Located on County 102. During the French and Indian War, this town was destroyed. Before the attack, the villagers, whom were all eventually massacred, hid their possessions.
This ship was wrecked in 1624. It went down off the beach of Cape Cod, near Orleans. British brass coins have been found along the beaches east of Orleans. They are believed to be from the Sparrow Hawk wreck.
Located approximately 12 miles northeast of Boston. Old coins have been seen along it's beaches.
The Old Fort Treasure
Located somewhere in the vicinity of Shirley, on County rte 111, is believed to be approximately $400,000 in gold and silver coins.