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J.M. CHAPMAN FLEUR-DE-LIS

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PROPERTIES: ENSLAVES EFFECTED INTO HYPNOTIC STATE TRAINED TO HOARD GOLD FOR ITS USER

Originally part of the decor in a meeting room of the Knights of the Golden Circle, a secret society whose goal was to form a "golden circle" of slave states. George W. L. Bickley, a Virginia-born doctor, editor, and "adventurer" who lived in Cincinnati, founded the association, which originated at Lexington, Kentucky, on the fourth day of July 1854. In 1862, the fleur-de-lis was inlaid into the schooner J.M. Chapman before it was to be used to raid commerce on the Pacific Coast and capture gold shipments to the East Coast. The KGC's attempt was detected and they were seized on the night of their intended departure.

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