Janet Oakley of Bellingham wrote the first chaper of "Echoes of War: Mystery of the missing Confederate treasure in Whatcom County." Oakley is standing in front of the Territorial Courthouse in Bellingham's Old Town neighborhood.
Janet Oakley of Bellingham wrote the first chaper of "Echoes of War: Mystery of the missing Confederate treasure in Whatcom County." Oakley is standing in front of the Territorial Courthouse in Bellingham's Old Town neighborhood. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Janet Oakley of Bellingham wrote the first chaper of "Echoes of War: Mystery of the missing Confederate treasure in Whatcom County." Oakley is standing in front of the Territorial Courthouse in Bellingham's Old Town neighborhood. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

'Echoes of War' serial delves into Bellingham's connection to Civil War mystery

July 20, 2014 04:00 AM

UPDATED July 17, 2014 11:48 AM

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