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In 1974, a backhoe, digging a hole for a gasoline tank at a station on Galveston’s Broadway near Ashton Villa hit buried treasure. It did not seem like buried treasure. At first the diggers thought they hit a piece of cast-iron pipe. As they continued they discovered it was a nineteenth century cannon – buried […]
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