The Spanish Treasure Fleets

#C-8050
Walton, Timothy R.

ISBN/ISSN: 1561640492
Library of Congress: 93-46419
Category: Sunken Treasure
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated
Size: 6.25″ x 9.25″
Pages: 256
Editions: The first edition (stated) was published by the Pineapple Press, Sarasota, Florida (1994), in hardback with a dust jacket.
Description: This book is a scholarly history of the Spanish treasure fleets. It also includes a chapter about salvage efforts on treasure fleet shipwrecks.

Shipwrecks of Florida

#C-7120
Singer, Steven D.

ISBN/ISSN: 1561640069
Library of Congress: 91-45895
Category: Sunken Treasure
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated
Size: 6.25″ x 9.25″
Pages: 368
Editions: The first edition (stated) was published by Pineapple Press, Sarasota, Florida (1992), in hardback with a dust jacket. A paperback edition (Second Edition – stated) was published by Pineapple Press in 1998.
Description: This book contains a geographical listing of 2,100 shipwrecks in Florida, with short descriptions of each. It also includes sections on research, search and salvage, wreck identification, artifact conservation and legal rights to wrecks.

Thirty Florida Shipwrecks

#C-5535
McCarthy, Kevin M.

ISBN/ISSN: 1561640077
Library of Congress: 91-47020
Category: Sunken Treasure
Keywords: Atocha, 1622 Fleet, 1715 Fleet, 1733 Fleet, San Pedro, Fontaneda’s Shipwreck, Trinite, Winchester, Reformation, Henrietta Marie, Looe, Alligator
Comments: Includes a bibliography at the end of each chapter; illustrated
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 128
Editions: The first edition (stated) was published by the Pineapple Press, Sarasota, Florida (1992), in paperback. 

Description: This book describes 29 modern and historic shipwrecks near the Florida coast, and the salvage/excavation of the wrecks.  It includes 3 treasure wrecks: the “Atocha” from the 1622 Fleet, the “Urca de Lima” from the 1715 Fleet, and the “San Pedro” from the 1733 Fleet.  It also includes several additional wrecks of historical importance: Fontaneda’s shipwreck (1545), the “Trinite” (1565), the “HMS Winchester” (1695), the “Reformation” (1696), the slave ship “Henrietta Marie” (1701), the “HMS Looe” (1781) and the “USS Alligator” (1822).