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Lost Indian Gold

by Robert G. Rogers

Published by Astraea Press

Smashwords Edition

Copyright © 2012 ROBERT G. ROGERS

This is a work of fiction. Names, places, characters, and events are fictitious in every regard. Any similarities to actual events and persons, living or dead, are purely coincidental. Any trademarks, service marks, product names, or named features are assumed to be the property of their respective owners, and are used only for reference. There is no implied endorsement if any of these terms are used. Except for review purposes, the reproduction of this book in whole or part, electronically or mechanically, constitutes a copyright violation.


Copyright © 2012 ROBERT G. ROGERS

ISBN 978-1-62135-026-2

Cover Art Designed by Ginny Glass

Edited by Chynna Laird

To my late wife, Carolyn, who never stopped believing.

To my grandmother for her wisdom and to my daughters, Lauren and Suzanne, who asked me for the story.

Chapter One

Before the sun was full over the trees, Papa had piled the last of our furniture onto the bed of our old truck ready to go to Louisiana, our new home. The five of us young'uns tussled with the dogs for the best places in back. The baby stayed with Mama in the cab. At a smidgen over five feet, I was big enough to hold a small gap between the icebox and the cab. My older brothers, Jim and Bud, got the best places, like always, and they made room for my sister Lurline. The three of them were in high school and palled around together.

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