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Located in the southwest corner of Barataria Bay. Pirate brothers Jean and Pierre Lafitte supposedly buried treasures here.
On the Parlange Plantation, near New Roads, during the Civil War, the family was reported to have buried $400,000. While being raided by Union soldiers, the family left the area, and then were killed in a Riverboat accident.
Located on the Mississippi River south of New Orleans. Gold and silver coins have been located on this island.
Located next to Island number 82. Many gold and silver coins have been found here as well. The reason for the coins being found on these two islands may be due to the fact that two steamers, the Oregon, and the John Adams both sunk near the islands. Approximatlely $800,000 in gold and silver were being carried by the steamers.
Located approximately 8 miles west of New Iberia, on State route 90, in St. Martin Pa. The pirate Jean Lafitte supposedly buried multiple treasures here.
The Hubbard Treasure A legend says that $90,000 of gold is cached near Ivan, on county rte 160, Bossier Parish.
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