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    Writing sample #2 Short Story from book Short Stories of Lost Treasure in the Adirondacks The Salmon River in Central New York has much scenic beauty and a
    Message 1 of 9 , Jul 1, 2003
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      Writing sample #2 Short Story from book Short Stories of Lost Treasure in the Adirondacks

      The Salmon River in Central New York has much scenic beauty and a great variety of fish, which include salmon and lake trout. The fish spawn at certain times of the year and attract hordes of fisherman to its banks. The river empties into the Great Lake Ontario at Pulaski, and early trappers and traders founded that settlement for its excellent location in trading circles. This story relates to an infamous stretch of river called the Black Hole. Located upstream from the mouth of the river about seven miles, the Black Hole is a combination of rapids and peculiar rock formations that can be extremely dangerous.

      The story begins for our purposes in the year 1716 when the only inhabitants of the area were Native Americans and a few trappers and traders, mostly French, who made a life trapping and selling the wolf, mink, fox, and other furbearers. Marc Toussaint was one such man. Born in Montreal, he was one of a family of trappers and loggers who were part Mic-Mac, or perhaps Oneida Indian. He had bartered for a trapping grant from the local government at the time and was awarded a lot compromising about thirty square miles in the area of what is now the Adirondack State Park. Marc Toussaint tried as hard as he could to make it rich. He could have been called a workaholic type because he began to increase his legal trapping area to include lands that were outside of his original grant. To avert suspicion he traded his excess furs at Pulaski instead of Montreal. He had a plan to build a big house and have a horse and carriage in Montreal someday and his workaholicism gave way to a bit of greed
      and robbery. He was not adverse to stealing from the traps of others, and since this crime was difficult to detect, he always got away scot-free. Marc Toussaint was getting rich fast. His modern day counterparts would be successful Wall St. traders or commodity brokers. He insisted on payment in gold and soon amassed a small fortune that equals $6,000,000.00 by present day measures. He even had a secret forge and molding operation at which he remolded his bullion(some of which was said to be stolen) into blocks he could carry and manage best. In all his total in gold bars was thirty. Monsieur Toussaint had aquired a poor reputation in Montreal for his suspicious business practice, and he in turn suspected the authorities there of conspiring to imprison him and steal his gold. He made a decision therefore to quit the area, move his treasure to Pulaski or perhaps Kingston, Ontario, and ponder his next move. His sturdy canoe was loaded with his traps and furs and 1/2 of his gold in
      a chest and he set off on the Salmon River in late fall. His trip was successful, and he made it to a new camp of his choosing at an unknown location. In early winter he made his way back upstream and decided to wait until spring to bring the last of his gold and supplies to his new location.

      In early spring the Salmon River is at its most dangerous. Modern day fisherman have only to take that one extra step into the current in order to get caught and carried away. The legendary Black Hole is an underground rock formation that causes an underground tunnel. When spring comes and the snows melt, the violent river action can cause anyone or thing to be more or less "flushed" underground with no hope of holding their breath long enough to survive the trip out of the Black Hole. Mon. Toussaint was well aware of the dangers of that particular stretch of river in this early springtime. Yet in his rush to leave the area, and also with his greed pushing him, he decided to chance the trip to Pulaski. After loading his remaining gold into the chest along with his rifle and provisions, he pushed off the riverbank and started out. Toussaint was a very confident man, and his thoughts were more attuned to his future grandious life in Pulaski or Kingston than on his canoe paddling. He
      should have known that with the extra heavily laden canoe he must be in perfect position ahead of the Black Hole in order to successfully navigate it. He awoke himself from his daydream only too late to set his canoe on the proper course. The rapids and splashing water began to fill the canoe, Marc Toussaint reached for a floating satchel and capsized only fifty yards from the Black Hole. Toussaint screamed, but the river was making louder noises that day, and sure enough he was swallowed up by the Black Hole. Many men have died since then on the river at the Black Hole. Some bodies are recovered, but many are not. It's possible that Marc Toussaint's treasure is still out there, half of it in the woods somewhere near Pulaski, and the other half sitting and waiting, in the Black Hole.



      Writing sample #3

      There is alot we don't know about Las Vegas.

      Hoang Ho, Mean Co. Inc. CEO has some information that is not even in the history books. " There is a lost fort that dates back to the time of the Revolutionary War right here in Las Vegas." The fort located on North Las Vegas Blvd. in North Las Vegas was a bivouac and storage area similar to other fortifications from the era.

      Mean Co. Inc. has a Treasure/recycle Div. and has located a number of potential sites here in Clark County. Apparently the knowledge of the fact that the Revolution was fought here has been lost. Hoang Ho attributes that fact to the secret nature of the mining operations that were out here back then. Prisoners and 'impressed' men worked the mines of the area. Perhaps they didn't want to talk much about it when they were released from the prison mines. Hoang Ho has found artifacts like flints for flintlock rifles, and says there is a mine in the valley that still has a room with artifacts and documents dating back to the 1770's. "I wouldn't be surprised if we found a copy of the Bill of Rights out there." Says Ho.

      Hoang Ho has experience in treasure hunting. He helped Barry Clifford of Maritime Explorations locate the pirate ship 'Whydah' off of Cape Cod in the early 80's. He also dove for Mel fisher on the 'Atocha'.

      Ho was in the Pentagon in the early 70's and found an old General there who was in charge of antiquities. He had maps of earthworks on parchment, and Ho believes that the fort on N. Las Vegas Blvd. across from the Pep Boys is one of those forts. There was another site on the property Steve Wynn is building for his new casino 'Le Reve', but the construction destroyed that place before he could get in touch with him. Hoang Ho located another fort similar to this one in Central New York but ran into legal problems with the property owners after having a verbal agreement to dig there.

      Mean Co. Inc now files claims according to Federal Abandoned Property Law (keyword) treasure trove. The law states that an agreement with the property owner is the obvious compromise.

      Apparently the British blockaded the Gulf of Baja so the Americans couldn't get up the Colorado River to get to Las Vegas The term 'vegas' is spanish for meadows, like the ones the men slept in at night. There is real possibility for a National Historic site in Clark County. Hoang Ho has been in touch with the Clark County Planning Commision about the possibilities. Aaron Burr's men blocked the passage through Texas from Galveston, and the knowledge of the place was lost. The Revolution bogged down during that time and the gold and silver needed for finance was not available. The location of the fort coincides with data that says uniforms and other supplies were purchased in Mexico.

      Hoang Ho has been trying to get UNLV and other interested parties to help document the sites. Interested parties can email the project manager at twomtns2002@....



      Check out our page at Google groups.. Mean Co. Inc.

      Mean Co. Inc. PO 492 Chadwicks, NY 13319 (702) 528 - 2983



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    • Walker Joel
      The next time somebody decides to build a casino on one of your sites, get in touch with the Nevada Historical Society, 1650 North Virginia Street, Reno,
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        The next time somebody decides to build a casino on one of your sites, get in touch with the Nevada Historical Society, 1650 North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada 89503, Phone: (775) 688-1190; Fax: (775) 688-2917, or any BLM or Forest Service archaeologist. One of them should be able to stop construction immediately if an important archaeological site is threatened.

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      • Hoang Ho
        Are you in Vegas or Nevada? I would like to show you what I am talking about here. Thanks for the info about the Nevada Historical group. Ther is some fringe
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          Are you in Vegas or Nevada? I would like to show you what I am talking about here. Thanks for the info about the Nevada Historical group. Ther is some fringe construction going on, but I have written the property owners and I have not heard from them. My next task is a comprehensive plan to contact the Property owners in order of the importance of their property. The Fort is first priority, wherein the documents will be located. Documents in the mines as well probably, they had rooms as offices within the mine. I am posting the LV project 1 info to this site soon. Thanks for the help. Hoang Ho

          Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:The next time somebody decides to build a casino on one of your sites, get in touch with the Nevada Historical Society, 1650 North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada 89503, Phone: (775) 688-1190; Fax: (775) 688-2917, or any BLM or Forest Service archaeologist. One of them should be able to stop construction immediately if an important archaeological site is threatened.

          Joel



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        • Walker Joel
          I m not in Nevada. Have you talked to any archaeologists at UNLV or the BLM yet? It would be good to get somebody with gov t credentials interested in your
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            I'm not in Nevada.

            Have you talked to any archaeologists at UNLV or the BLM yet? It would be good to get somebody with gov't credentials interested in your project, or at least talking about it. An undergrad or graduate student from the anthropology department at UNLV or any other college might be even better yet (they're usually struggling to make names for themselves in their field of study).

            Joel


            Hoang Ho <twomtns2002@...> wrote:
            Are you in Vegas or Nevada? I would like to show you what I am talking about here. Thanks for the info about the Nevada Historical group. Ther is some fringe construction going on, but I have written the property owners and I have not heard from them. My next task is a comprehensive plan to contact the Property owners in order of the importance of their property. The Fort is first priority, wherein the documents will be located. Documents in the mines as well probably, they had rooms as offices within the mine. I am posting the LV project 1 info to this site soon. Thanks for the help. Hoang Ho

            Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:The next time somebody decides to build a casino on one of your sites, get in touch with the Nevada Historical Society, 1650 North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada 89503, Phone: (775) 688-1190; Fax: (775) 688-2917, or any BLM or Forest Service archaeologist. One of them should be able to stop construction immediately if an important archaeological site is threatened.

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          • Gerry Morris
            Just recieved our message concerning BLM lands and Forest Land. Thankyou for the info, I have a great deal of expierence already dealing with the goverment, in
            Message 5 of 9 , Jul 4, 2003
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              Just recieved our message concerning BLM lands and Forest Land. Thankyou for the info, I have a great deal of expierence already dealing with the goverment, in my quest for trerasure. I live in New Mexico and have been searching for over 30 years for one of 7 king size treasures, located in the Cabballo Mouintains, If you would like to discuss my findings or if you know anybody that might have information regarding my area please contact me again.

              Thank You
              glmorris)@...

              Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:
              I'm not in Nevada.

              Have you talked to any archaeologists at UNLV or the BLM yet? It would be good to get somebody with gov't credentials interested in your project, or at least talking about it. An undergrad or graduate student from the anthropology department at UNLV or any other college might be even better yet (they're usually struggling to make names for themselves in their field of study).

              Joel


              Hoang Ho <twomtns2002@...> wrote:
              Are you in Vegas or Nevada? I would like to show you what I am talking about here. Thanks for the info about the Nevada Historical group. Ther is some fringe construction going on, but I have written the property owners and I have not heard from them. My next task is a comprehensive plan to contact the Property owners in order of the importance of their property. The Fort is first priority, wherein the documents will be located. Documents in the mines as well probably, they had rooms as offices within the mine. I am posting the LV project 1 info to this site soon. Thanks for the help. Hoang Ho

              Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:The next time somebody decides to build a casino on one of your sites, get in touch with the Nevada Historical Society, 1650 North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada 89503, Phone: (775) 688-1190; Fax: (775) 688-2917, or any BLM or Forest Service archaeologist. One of them should be able to stop construction immediately if an important archaeological site is threatened.

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            • Walker Joel
              Have you read Buried Treasures You Can Find: Over 7500 Locations in All 50 States by Robert F. Marx yet? You might be able to find it at your library or get it
              Message 6 of 9 , Jul 5, 2003
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                Have you read Buried Treasures You Can Find: Over 7500 Locations in All 50 States by Robert F. Marx yet? You might be able to find it at your library or get it through an interlibrary loan. You can see a description of it on Amazon.com.

                If I were you, I would look at treasurefish's web site - http://www.treasurefish.com/ - too.




                Gerry Morris <glmorris0@...> wrote:
                Just recieved our message concerning BLM lands and Forest Land. Thankyou for the info, I have a great deal of expierence already dealing with the goverment, in my quest for trerasure. I live in New Mexico and have been searching for over 30 years for one of 7 king size treasures, located in the Cabballo Mouintains, If you would like to discuss my findings or if you know anybody that might have information regarding my area please contact me again.

                Thank You
                glmorris)@...

                Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:
                I'm not in Nevada.

                Have you talked to any archaeologists at UNLV or the BLM yet? It would be good to get somebody with gov't credentials interested in your project, or at least talking about it. An undergrad or graduate student from the anthropology department at UNLV or any other college might be even better yet (they're usually struggling to make names for themselves in their field of study).

                Joel


                Hoang Ho <twomtns2002@...> wrote:
                Are you in Vegas or Nevada? I would like to show you what I am talking about here. Thanks for the info about the Nevada Historical group. Ther is some fringe construction going on, but I have written the property owners and I have not heard from them. My next task is a comprehensive plan to contact the Property owners in order of the importance of their property. The Fort is first priority, wherein the documents will be located. Documents in the mines as well probably, they had rooms as offices within the mine. I am posting the LV project 1 info to this site soon. Thanks for the help. Hoang Ho

                Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:The next time somebody decides to build a casino on one of your sites, get in touch with the Nevada Historical Society, 1650 North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada 89503, Phone: (775) 688-1190; Fax: (775) 688-2917, or any BLM or Forest Service archaeologist. One of them should be able to stop construction immediately if an important archaeological site is threatened.

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              • Hoang Ho
                Trying to find an archaeologist that has a specialization in SW Revolutionary war era is difficult. These guys make ten year plans and write grants. Since
                Message 7 of 9 , Jul 6, 2003
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                  Trying to find an archaeologist that has a specialization in SW Revolutionary war era is difficult. These guys make ten year plans and write grants. Since there is noone who believes the premise of the Revolutionary war being played out here, there is noone to pick up on my project. I am sure a Revolutionary war archaeologist would be helpful but we will have to go with landscape crews and my expertise for now.

                  Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:Have you read Buried Treasures You Can Find: Over 7500 Locations in All 50 States by Robert F. Marx yet? You might be able to find it at your library or get it through an interlibrary loan. You can see a description of it on Amazon.com.

                  If I were you, I would look at treasurefish's web site - http://www.treasurefish.com/ - too.




                  Gerry Morris <glmorris0@...> wrote:
                  Just recieved our message concerning BLM lands and Forest Land. Thankyou for the info, I have a great deal of expierence already dealing with the goverment, in my quest for trerasure. I live in New Mexico and have been searching for over 30 years for one of 7 king size treasures, located in the Cabballo Mouintains, If you would like to discuss my findings or if you know anybody that might have information regarding my area please contact me again.

                  Thank You
                  glmorris)@...

                  Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:
                  I'm not in Nevada.

                  Have you talked to any archaeologists at UNLV or the BLM yet? It would be good to get somebody with gov't credentials interested in your project, or at least talking about it. An undergrad or graduate student from the anthropology department at UNLV or any other college might be even better yet (they're usually struggling to make names for themselves in their field of study).

                  Joel


                  Hoang Ho <twomtns2002@...> wrote:
                  Are you in Vegas or Nevada? I would like to show you what I am talking about here. Thanks for the info about the Nevada Historical group. Ther is some fringe construction going on, but I have written the property owners and I have not heard from them. My next task is a comprehensive plan to contact the Property owners in order of the importance of their property. The Fort is first priority, wherein the documents will be located. Documents in the mines as well probably, they had rooms as offices within the mine. I am posting the LV project 1 info to this site soon. Thanks for the help. Hoang Ho

                  Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:The next time somebody decides to build a casino on one of your sites, get in touch with the Nevada Historical Society, 1650 North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada 89503, Phone: (775) 688-1190; Fax: (775) 688-2917, or any BLM or Forest Service archaeologist. One of them should be able to stop construction immediately if an important archaeological site is threatened.

                  Joel



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                • Walker Joel
                  I hope you ll set up a web site and present your evidence on it -- if you haven t got one set up already, that is. Hoang Ho wrote:
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                    I hope you'll set up a web site and present your evidence on it -- if you haven't got one set up already, that is.


                    Hoang Ho <twomtns2002@...> wrote:
                    Trying to find an archaeologist that has a specialization in SW Revolutionary war era is difficult. These guys make ten year plans and write grants. Since there is noone who believes the premise of the Revolutionary war being played out here, there is noone to pick up on my project. I am sure a Revolutionary war archaeologist would be helpful but we will have to go with landscape crews and my expertise for now.

                    Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:Have you read Buried Treasures You Can Find: Over 7500 Locations in All 50 States by Robert F. Marx yet? You might be able to find it at your library or get it through an interlibrary loan. You can see a description of it on Amazon.com.

                    If I were you, I would look at treasurefish's web site - http://www.treasurefish.com/ - too.




                    Gerry Morris <glmorris0@...> wrote:
                    Just recieved our message concerning BLM lands and Forest Land. Thankyou for the info, I have a great deal of expierence already dealing with the goverment, in my quest for trerasure. I live in New Mexico and have been searching for over 30 years for one of 7 king size treasures, located in the Cabballo Mouintains, If you would like to discuss my findings or if you know anybody that might have information regarding my area please contact me again.

                    Thank You
                    glmorris)@...

                    Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:
                    I'm not in Nevada.

                    Have you talked to any archaeologists at UNLV or the BLM yet? It would be good to get somebody with gov't credentials interested in your project, or at least talking about it. An undergrad or graduate student from the anthropology department at UNLV or any other college might be even better yet (they're usually struggling to make names for themselves in their field of study).

                    Joel


                    Hoang Ho <twomtns2002@...> wrote:
                    Are you in Vegas or Nevada? I would like to show you what I am talking about here. Thanks for the info about the Nevada Historical group. Ther is some fringe construction going on, but I have written the property owners and I have not heard from them. My next task is a comprehensive plan to contact the Property owners in order of the importance of their property. The Fort is first priority, wherein the documents will be located. Documents in the mines as well probably, they had rooms as offices within the mine. I am posting the LV project 1 info to this site soon. Thanks for the help. Hoang Ho

                    Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:The next time somebody decides to build a casino on one of your sites, get in touch with the Nevada Historical Society, 1650 North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada 89503, Phone: (775) 688-1190; Fax: (775) 688-2917, or any BLM or Forest Service archaeologist. One of them should be able to stop construction immediately if an important archaeological site is threatened.

                    Joel



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                  • Hoang Ho
                    I have to set up a foundation of some sort and venture into the territory of profit vs non profit venture. Mean Co. Inc is a for-profit company that has lost
                    Message 9 of 9 , Jul 8, 2003
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                      I have to set up a foundation of some sort and venture into the territory of profit vs non profit venture. Mean Co. Inc is a for-profit company that has lost money as a nevada corp. A website that is set up by the foundation is possible, unless a group would like to buy the entire project along with the company. That was the goal, to sell a company with each project. This project is almost seven years old.

                      Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:I hope you'll set up a web site and present your evidence on it -- if you haven't got one set up already, that is.


                      Hoang Ho <twomtns2002@...> wrote:
                      Trying to find an archaeologist that has a specialization in SW Revolutionary war era is difficult. These guys make ten year plans and write grants. Since there is noone who believes the premise of the Revolutionary war being played out here, there is noone to pick up on my project. I am sure a Revolutionary war archaeologist would be helpful but we will have to go with landscape crews and my expertise for now.

                      Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:Have you read Buried Treasures You Can Find: Over 7500 Locations in All 50 States by Robert F. Marx yet? You might be able to find it at your library or get it through an interlibrary loan. You can see a description of it on Amazon.com.

                      If I were you, I would look at treasurefish's web site - http://www.treasurefish.com/ - too.




                      Gerry Morris <glmorris0@...> wrote:
                      Just recieved our message concerning BLM lands and Forest Land. Thankyou for the info, I have a great deal of expierence already dealing with the goverment, in my quest for trerasure. I live in New Mexico and have been searching for over 30 years for one of 7 king size treasures, located in the Cabballo Mouintains, If you would like to discuss my findings or if you know anybody that might have information regarding my area please contact me again.

                      Thank You
                      glmorris)@...

                      Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:
                      I'm not in Nevada.

                      Have you talked to any archaeologists at UNLV or the BLM yet? It would be good to get somebody with gov't credentials interested in your project, or at least talking about it. An undergrad or graduate student from the anthropology department at UNLV or any other college might be even better yet (they're usually struggling to make names for themselves in their field of study).

                      Joel


                      Hoang Ho <twomtns2002@...> wrote:
                      Are you in Vegas or Nevada? I would like to show you what I am talking about here. Thanks for the info about the Nevada Historical group. Ther is some fringe construction going on, but I have written the property owners and I have not heard from them. My next task is a comprehensive plan to contact the Property owners in order of the importance of their property. The Fort is first priority, wherein the documents will be located. Documents in the mines as well probably, they had rooms as offices within the mine. I am posting the LV project 1 info to this site soon. Thanks for the help. Hoang Ho

                      Walker Joel <joel890@...> wrote:The next time somebody decides to build a casino on one of your sites, get in touch with the Nevada Historical Society, 1650 North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada 89503, Phone: (775) 688-1190; Fax: (775) 688-2917, or any BLM or Forest Service archaeologist. One of them should be able to stop construction immediately if an important archaeological site is threatened.

                      Joel



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