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  • Numerous caches of stolen loot are said to be buried near the Brownsville Channel.

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  • $250,000 was buried by the Mexican Army after it's defeat at Palo Alto.

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  • Many coins and artifacts have been found on the beaches of Brazos Island due to the large number of shipwrecks that contain large amounts of money.

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  • Many coins have been found on the beaches of Port Isabel due to the large number of shipwrecks that contain large amounts of money.

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  • Many coins have been found on the beaches of Padre Island due to the large number of shipwrecks that contain large amounts of money. Padre Island spans several counties, including Cameron, Willacy, Kleberg, Nueces, and Kenedy Counties.

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Guide to Treasure in Texas

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  • A jug containing $90,000 is supposedly buried at or near Port Isabel.

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  • A man returning from Mexico supposedly buried gold on Padre Island.

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  • Jean Lafitte is thought to have sunk a treasure ship containing $500,000 to $1,000,000 off south Padre Island.

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  • A minimum of five treasure ships are said to have sunk at or near the mouth of the Rio Grande.

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Guide to Treasure in Texas


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