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Galleon 2 By Lee Thompson (editor)
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Galleon 2 is a fiction journal featuring adventurous and challenging short stories by Michael Cocchiarale, Andrew Binks, Sarah Mian, Edward Lemond, Kenneth Pobo, Lauro Palmoba, Michael Ramberg, Pat... More > Leech, and Adam Cogbill. Edited by Lee Thompson. Contents: Bible Study, Michael Cocchiarale The Bullfight, Andrew Binks Meltemi, Sarah Mian If Nancy is the Day, Edward Lemond Night Breezes seem to Whisper I love, Ken Pobo Silver Elvis, Michael Ramberg Eulogy, Lauro Palomba Joan List, Pat Leech The Wild, Adam Cogbill www.galleonjournal.ca< Less
The Manila Galleon By Jason Schoonover
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The Manila galleon was the annual treasure ship sailing between Acapulco and Manila for 250 years. THE MANILA GALLEON is dovetailing adventures:one set in 1704, the other today. Protagonists in... More > each—one a privateer from the frontier town of New York, the other an adventurer from modern Manhattan—try to claim the prize. Each tries to understand the purpose of a mysterious statue aboard. In the past, it is possessed by a Jesuit with earth-shaking ambitions. The stakes are equally high on the modern side—a fortune in treasure. If al-Queda linked Asian terrorists seize it, the Religious World War will explode to unimaginable levels. Past and present coverge in a multi-layered climax, restoring a legend to his rightful place in history. “A MAJOR WRITER OF THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN SCENE”—Bangkok POST. “JASON SCHOONOVER IS AMONG A SMALL HANDFUL OF AUTHORS WHO INSPIRED ME TO BECOME A WRITER”—Jack DuBrul, bestselling author of PANDORA’S CURSE and DEEP FIRE RISING. Website: jasonschoonover.com< Less
The Manila Galleon By Jason Schoonover
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The Manila galleon was the annual treasure ship sailing between Acapulco and Manila for 250 years. THE MANILA GALLEON is dovetailing adventures:one set in 1704, the other today. Protagonists in... More > each—one a privateer from the frontier town of New York, the other an adventurer from modern Manhattan—try to claim the prize. Each tries to understand the purpose of a mysterious statue aboard. In the past, it is possessed by a Jesuit with earth-shaking ambitions. The stakes are equally high on the modern side—a fortune in treasure. If al-Queda linked Asian terrorists seize it, the Religious World War will explode to unimaginable levels. Past and present coverge in a multi-layered climax, restoring a legend to his rightful place in history. “A MAJOR WRITER OF THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN SCENE”—Bangkok POST. “JASON SCHOONOVER IS AMONG A SMALL HANDFUL OF AUTHORS WHO INSPIRED ME TO BECOME A WRITER”—Jack DuBrul, bestselling author of PANDORA’S CURSE and DEEP FIRE RISING. Website: jasonschoonover.com< Less
Guam's Ghost Galleon By Jacquelyn Milman
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This book tells the story of a galleon that sank off the island of Guam and of the attempt to find it. The process of undersea searching is described.
Guam's Ghost Galleon By Jacquelyn Milman
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This book tells the story of a galleon that sank off the island of Guam and of the attempt to find it. The process of undersea searching is described.
The Treasure of the Manila Galleon By John Kackley
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It's 1883, and the trail of German agents in England leads to a South Seas island with a hidden treasure in silver.
The Treasure of the Manila Galleon By John Kackley
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It's 1883, and the trail of German agents in England leads to a South Seas island with a hidden treasure in silver.
Galleons And Sunken Treasure By Claudio Bonifacio
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This is the first English translation of the original work "Galleons Con Tesoros" by Claudio Bonifacio. This landmark publication is the result of many years of research in Spanish Archives... More > throughout the world dealing with the vessels of the Spanish Empire, where they wrecked and what they carried at the time of their destruction. It is an incredible collection of first-person narratives pulled directly from the records of the time. This is an astounding book that you won't be able to put down! Contains more than eleven hundred archive citations of wrecks, more than 70 illustrations including the fabled drawings of "Treasure Island”, and actual translated extracts from original documents dealing with the Maravillas, the San Jose, and the Mercedes of recent fame, to name just a few. A great reference work for academics and laymen alike!< Less
Galleon Volume 1, Number 1 By Lee Thompson
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A literary journal focusing on adventurous short fiction. Edited by Lee D. Thompson. Features work by J.J. Steinfeld, Alan Girling, Inge Israel, Elizabeth Blanchard, Nilofar Shidmehr, Michael... More > Cocchiarale, Kenneth Pobo, Neil Carlill, Jennifer Moore, Christian McPherson and Paul Headrick. Contents: Word Burials (novella), J.J. Steinfeld The Origin of Freaks, Alan Girling Sisters, Inge Israel Separate Skins, Elizabeth Blanchard Sign Language, Nilofar Shidmehr Brother and Sister and Love, Michael Cocchiarale Clock and Rug, Kenneth Pobo Travels with my Arm, Neil Carlill A Sea Change, Jennifer Moore Drunk, Christian McPherson After Chuck Blakeney Died, Paul Headrick www.galleonjournal.ca< Less
The Book of Buried Treasure : Being a True History of the Gold, Jewels, and Plate of Pirates, Galleons, etc., Which are Sought for to This Day (Illustrated) By Ralph D. Paine
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The language has no more boldly romantic words than pirate and galleon and the dullest imagination is apt to be kindled by any plausible dream of finding their lost treasures hidden on lonely beach... More > or tropic key, or sunk fathoms deep in salt water. In the preface of that rare and exceedingly diverting volume, "The Pirates' Own Book," the unnamed author sums up the matter with so much gusto and with so gorgeously appetizing a flavor that he is worth quoting to this extent: "With the name of pirate is also associated ideas of rich plunder, caskets of buried jewels, chests of gold ingots, bags of outlandish coins, secreted in lonely, out of the way places, or buried about the wild shores of rivers and unexplored sea coasts, near rocks and trees bearing mysterious marks indicating where the treasure was hid…”< Less