3 edition of Camp fire tales of lost mines and hidden treasure found in the catalog.
Camp fire tales of lost mines and hidden treasure
Robert G. Ferguson
in Tucson, Ariz
Written in English
|Other titles||Lost mines and hidden treasure.|
|Statement||by Robt. G. Ferguson ...|
|LC Classifications||F786 .F47|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||37011273|
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Excerpt from Camp Fire Tales of Lost Mines and Hidden Treasure In this engrossing collection of tales of lost mines and hidden treasure by Mr. Ferguson, himself a discoverer of a rich gold placer he was unable to relocate, the reader may ask himself how many of these legendary stories are based on fact and not : Robert G.
Ferguson. Full text of "Camp fire tales of lost mines and hidden treasure" See other formats CAMP FIRE TALES OF LOST MINES and Hidden Treasure $3, Villa Cache Inca Golden Sun God Bense Lost Silver Mine and others CAMP FIRE TALES OF LOST MINES and Hidden Treasure By Robt.
Ferguson CONTENTS Introduction. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ferguson, Robert G. Camp fire tales of lost mines and hidden treasure. Tucson, Ariz., © (OCoLC) "Buried Treasure and Lost Mines" contains 89 brief tales and yarns about treasures lost treasures and some that have been found.
The first 68 are in California - The Lost Cement Mine, Lost Padre Mine, Spanish Fort, Bandit Cache on the Piru (Found), and more/5(6). Unfortunately, the people who really struck it rich were the merchants who mined the pockets of those hopeful miners, but the gold fever of gave birth to countless stories of hidden treasure troves and lost mines.
The most famous lost mine in America–the Lost Dutchman’s Mine–has attracted gold seekers and cost many lives in its pursuit. BWC Publishing; Refine. BWC Publishing.
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A family legend of hidden treasure mingles with the mist over the shores of Loch Baille/5. Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press Colorado is considered by many to be the promised land of lost treasure. Silver miners, gold prospectors, government agents, crooked Army paymasters, and the Spanish conquistadors have all added to the wealth of legend and myth surrounding the mountains of Colorado and the lost mines, and hidden treasure that/5.
Old Lost Mines, Ghost Towns & Graveyards. If you like stories about old lost gold mines, lost and buried treasures or old ghost towns, you've come to the right place.
There are hundreds, or maybe even thousands of these kind of fables and tales about old mines and towns that sprung up out of nowhere.
Deadman’s Cave Treasure, Colorado Wet Mountain, Colorado In the winter of three prospectors – E.J. Oliver, S.J. Harkman and H.A. Melton were prospecting two miles north of what would later become known as Dead Man Camp.
Thirty romantic and fabled tales of Colorado's misplaced wealth inspire the reader to go search. Colorado's Lost Gold Mines and Buried Treasure Colorado's Lost Gold Mines & Buried Treasure Caroline Bancroft No preview available - The most amazing treasure book ever written, giving the locations of well over fabulous fortunes waiting to be found in the ore-rich Southwest.
Thomas Penfield has done years of exhaustive research for Dig Here. and has accomplished the Herculean task of separating fact from fiction. For the first time lost treasure stories of the Southwest are stripped bare of their 5/5(1). Sometime in the 60s Perry's home was up for grabs and the lucky recipient is said to have found a clay pot filled with bits of gold and silver.
No one has ever found the lost gold mine of Perry Shults- though many would claim to have secret maps where X marks the spot. Go On Your Own Treasure Hunt Across the Smokies!4/5(44). Hidden & Lost Gold / Silver Treasure in NORTH DAKOTA While North Dakota does not have a great number of lost or buried treasure sites, it is fertile soil for the metal detector.
A lot of history was made in this state, which was successively a part of Louisiana, the Great Northwest, Missouri, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Mississippi, Nebraska. Tennessee's tales of treasure come from a multitude of sources: Indians mining silver for jewelry and ornaments, outlaws burying stolen loot, lost and hidden Civil War payrolls, personal wealth buried and never to be retrieved, and much more.
Many attempted to find the lost mines and buried treasures. Here is an alphabetical list of books about Buried & Lost Treasure, Lost Mines, Sunken & Shipwreck Treasure, Treasure Finding Equipment & Techniques, and related topics, compiled by a librarian, that are currently available.
Texas has its share of legendary treasure, and Dobie records the lore of the lost mines of the San Saba and Llano rivers, rumors of an untapped vein of wonderfully rich gold west of Paisano Pass in Devil’s River country, tales of forgotten posthole stashes where prosperous frontier ranchers once "banked" their gold and silver coins, and more.
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Outlaw William Coe & His Missing Loot. Lost mines are a popular form of lost treasure legend. The mine involved is usually of a high-value commodity such as gold, silver or there is a map (sometimes called a "waybill") purportedly showing the location of the mine.
Common. This may be one of the most famous treasure tales, but it’s also one with quite a few interesting notes that suggest it might just be out there waiting to be discovered.
As the story goes, a settler in the late s was lost in the Allegheny National Forest and sought shelter in a cave, only to find it filled with silver veins running Author: Meg Archer.
Lost Mines and Hidden Treasure is the culmination of a lifetime of work by author Leland Lovelace. Her research would include correspondence, newsclippings, printed matter, and unpublished manuscripts. The majority of what she collected concerns Lovelace's research on lost mines and buried treasures in the Superstition Mountain region.3/5(1)."Buried Treasure and Lost Gold Mines", his first effort, fills a critical need of today's Treasure hunting.
That of providing the informative starting point for the treasure hunting novice. All successful Treasure hunting starts with the knowledge of a Treasure site, to which the Treasure hunter puts his own analytical abilities and intuition.Here is an alphabetical list of books about Buried & Lost Treasure, Lost Mines, Sunken & Shipwreck Treasure, Treasure Finding Equipment & Techniques, and related topics, compiled by a librarian, that are currently available (in print).
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