Plowing for buried loot in 1912 Hartford

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The Bridgeport evening farmer. (Bridgeport, Conn.), 05 July 1912.

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Jeff, did you go looking for this?
 

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nope I live in PA :tongue3:

that's one for the CT. people
 

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its cool to see old articles like that! We don't really think about it, but their only way of looking for it was with a plow, and in 1912 I would imagine a horse drawn plow!
 

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Jeff, Thanks, I live in Stratford, Connecticut and I will seek it. It is getting cold.
 

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there is allot of Green Grass along Woodland Street.

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Downside...

besides being well manicured & Historical looking,
I'm going to guess it runs for at least 10 Blocks long.


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Research would probably Prove fun for a local . but ?
 

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