Nielsen, Nicky
January 2007
Military History;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p38
The article focuses on the reconnaissance mission of privateer Francis Drake in Nombre De Dios, Panama to acquire gold bars and silver ingots. It says Drake has secretly established contact with the escaped slaves Cimaroons before leaving the town. It is believed that he has hid a large part of the treasure that he did not want to share with Queen Elizabeth I and the shareholders in his expedition.


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