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Was Charles Carroll and the first clue off of the movie national treasure real or fake?

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Charles Carroll name appears on the Declaration of Independence, he was a real person and the last Survivor who signed it.

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National Treasure is about the Templar Treasure (not real as we know of). Thomas Gates (Ben'sancestor was told by Charles Carroll (a real signer of the Declaration of Independence) a clue about the very popular not yet found big templar treasure. The clue gets passed down from Ben's descendent's. He learns about it as a little kid, and aspires to find it through out his life. But someone tries to stop Ben and his friends Riley and Abigail from finding the treasure first. I would give this movie 4 -5 stars. It is educational, fun, adventurous sweet, and not boring. I love the use of real history (for example, Charles Carroll passes down the clue instead of some random dude) to make the treasure seem real. If you like adventure history, and treasure, you should see this movie. Also if you like Indianana Jones you will love this movie.


first movie- templar treasure second movie- city of gold: Cibola



Lewis CarrollTo obtain his pen name, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson translated his first two names into Latin, then back into English, then reversed them.Charles = Carolus = CarrollLutwidge = Ludovic = Lewis


Charles Dodgson first used the pen name Lewis Carroll in March 1856, when he published the poem Solitude in a magazine entitled The Train.


In the first National Treasure, the decleration of Independence is kept in the National Archives. The Silence Dogood letters, which are real but don't have a code to find "the templar treasure" are kept in the Benjamin Franklin Museum, most likely in Philadelphia. hopefully i answered your question. :)



when did lewis carroll write his first poem


Lewis Carroll, whose real name was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, wrote the poem Jabberwocky. It was first published in his novel Through the Looking-Glass and what Alice Found There in 1872.Lewis Carroll


Charles Dodgson, which is Lewis Carroll's real name, published his first book in 1860. It was a maths book, designed to aid struggling students. The first book he published under the name of Lewis Carroll was Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, which was published in 1865.


Charles Dodgson, which is Lewis Carroll's real name, published his first book in 1860. It was a maths book, designed to aid struggling students.The first book he wrote under the name of Lewis Carroll was Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, which was published in 1865.


It was signed by 56 men. Have you not see National Treasure?


Charles Draper, Lewis Carroll, Alexander Davis and Richard Coldwell


Cage plays Benjamin Gates, a historian and amateur cryptologist searching for a lost treasure, once protected by the Knights Templar and hidden by the Freemasons during the early years of the United States. A coded map on the back of the Declaration of Independence points to the location of the "national treasure", but Gates is not alone in his quest. Whoever can steal the Declaration and decode it first, will find the greatest treasure in history.


The costume designer for "National Treasure" was Judianna Makovsky.The dress was indeed by Judianna Makovsky and is actually blue not black. You can read more about it here:http://clothesonfilm.com/national-treasure-diane-kruger-a-dress-for-action/5826/


I know the first National Treasure movie has a 'river of fire' scene at the end when Ben, Riley, Ben's father, and Abigail all finally find the treasure Ben has been searching for.


Depending on if you are talking about the first National Treasure the National Archives (where you can actually see the declaration) located in Washington DC is the location where Benjamin Gates crashes the formal evening stealing the Declaration of Independence. If you are talking about the second National Treasure film where the president is kidnapped then the location of the formal party is Mount Vernon a former plantation located on the Potomac river where George Washington used to live and is currently interred.


Of course not!! They didn't even know what the first one would be like!! They would have to make the first one in order to make the second one. I know all of this because the man that plays Mitchell (Mitch) Willkonson in National Treasure Book of Secrets is actually my uncle!!! And I was on set when the movie was being filmed!!also they said there wasnt going to be a sequel. So if you want to know some really funny and cool stuff just email me ggazaway@gmail.com!!



Never. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson did not change his name to Lewis Carroll, he simply used it as a pen name for his poetry and works of fiction. He first used Lewis Carroll as a pseudonym in March 1856. Dodgson was a serious academic and mathematician and logician. He was afraid that the trivial stories about Wonderland would undermine his reputation, so he printed his stories under a nom de plume.


well either your talking about ben in his grandfathers attic, or him and riley and ian in the middle of the arctic.


The first treasure is "in" the hanging rock north of armadillo. If you look in the crevices, you will find a bunch of rocks in a group. That's the treasure.


1906 AT CARROLL COLLEGE, WAUKESHA WISCONSIN, ST LOUIS VS CARROLL


In 1927 Charles Lindbergh became the first person to make a solo flight nonstop across the Atlantic.


Lewis Carroll, whose real name was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, wrote the poem Jabberwocky. It was first published in his novel Through the Looking-Glass.



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