Archeologist and anthropologist, Nick and Jackie Dixon, are once
again prospecting for treasure. This time, they uncover a jar of
gold coins and a letter citing the possible location of lost
Confederate gold. The letter is one hundred fifty years old and was
written by a young medic during the war between the States. The
Union army had been advancing south toward Dahlonega, Georgia where
the Confederate States of America had stored two thousand pounds of
gold bullion. Captain Jubal Rawlings' mission was to hide that gold
from Union forces in a place of his choosing and then return with
his troop to Dahlonega - but he never came back. The Dixon's life
of poverty sets the stage for an obsession that will change their
lives forever. Their research presents them with certain facts and
Jackie's decision to follow the clues they uncover is created by a
stubborn determination to go from rags to riches. Will the
resourcefulness of one young woman be enough to save the gold from
all who would dare to take it?
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