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Guide to Treasure in Arizona (Guide to Treasure In...)

Thomas Penfield

Guide to Treasure in Arizona (Guide to Treasure In...)

by Thomas Penfield

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Published by Carson Enterprises .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Special Interest - Adventure,
  • Travel - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages134
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11542012M
    ISBN 100941620018
    ISBN 109780941620017
    OCLC/WorldCa41150300

    A Guide to Treasure in Arizona - by Thomas Penfield Pages. Treasure hidden in the southwest has always been an intriguing subject given the fact that the Spanish, Indian, Miners and Outlaws roamed the area. Written by Thomas Penfield a renowned treasure hunter and expert in . Since , Arizona has produced nearly 15 million ounces of gold, making it the eighth lagest producer in the nation. Treasure tales, such as the Lost Durchman, add to the allure for treasure seekers. Zoom in on the map and click on an icon for detailed information. Note: Some sites listed below may have prohibitions against prospecting.

    We’ve “discovered” another Southern Arizona Hidden Treasure. Of course, like all “hidden treasures” we have discovered since starting Southern Arizona Guide 2 years ago, this one is hidden in plain sight. It’s just that most locals and almost all visitors don’t yet know about it. We would like to help correct that. Au2hound's Lost & Buried Treasure, Ghost Towns, Rock Hounding, Gold Prospecting, featuring items, including Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of Old Wyoming ~ Lost Mines & Buried Treasures, Gem Trails of Northern California, A Guide to Treasure in Idaho ~ Lost & Buried Treasure, Gem Trails of Oregon ~ Rock Hounding, Buried Treasures You Can Find ~ Lost & Buried Treasure, United States 5/5(41).

      I just looked through it and found nothing that mentions anything in Arizona. The only thing in that book that even slightly applies is the story of Tayopa. That does generally state that the Jesuits did have a treasure, but that one is in Sonora not the Supers.   Ol’ Ma Nature’s rough hands couldn’t have created a better place on this earth to hide a treasure than right here in Arizona. It’s also a good place to lose one and we’ve got more lost mines here in the heart of Arizona than politicians got plans. Most of .


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Guide to Treasure in Arizona (Guide to Treasure In...) by Thomas Penfield Download PDF EPUB FB2

A guide to treasure in Arizona Paperback – January 1, by Thomas Penfield (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings5/5(4). Get this from a library. A guide to treasure in Arizona. [Thomas Penfield] Home. Guide to Treasure in Arizona book Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. The Estrella Mountains are certainly a treasure in themselves but there's a story that more monetary wealth is hidden inside.

A man named Don Joaquin led an informal mining operation in the area in the s, hoping to find gold in the mountains' : Monica Spencer. This is a reprint of the classic Arizona Bureau of Mines publication on gold placers in Arizona. Locations are listed by county, giving a summary of the geology and history of gold production.

An excellent overview of small scale gold placering follows with facts about gold and how to find gold/5(16). Guide to Treasure in Arizona A rich placer deposit worked by a Mexican is supposed to be located on a high black mesa overlooking a rugged canyon.

It is generally believed to be in the area of Rock Springs along Black Canyon Highway. Nora Burba Trulsson is a long-time Arizona resident and a freelance writer specializing in travel, food, lifestyle, architecture and design topics.

Her articles have appeared in Sunset, Arizona Highways, Vegas Seven,Valley Guide, Scottsdale Magazine, United Airlines Hemispheres, Westjet's Up!, Renovation Style, Beautiful Homes and. Arizona has more lost treasure tales than any other state in the nation.

Between Coronado’s expeditions to the Wild West days and tales of outlaw loot, the stories of hidden treasures can astound you and keep you busy searching for years to come.

Hidden Arizona Treasure. Bronco Bill Loses to Wells Fargo. Canyon Station Treasure Near Kingman. Flagstaff Outlaw Cache. The Sunlit Cave Treasure, consisting of several tons of Spanish gold bullion, is located on the Arizona side of the Colorado River, miles S of Ehrenberg.

Zuni Indians hid a cache of gold and silver and some church vessels in a cave under the mesa during the Indian Rebellion of somewhere in the area starting S of Lupton to the N.

A Guide to Treasure in Arizona by Thomas Penfield A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or. Arizona Lost Treasure Sites. Fort Verde - This abandoned military site is a few miles east of I near Camp Verde in Yapavai County.

In the ’s General George Crook and his cavalry were based here. San Xavier del Bac Mission - Located nine miles south of Tucson on Mission Road.

This Mission was built by the Jesuits in Loads of treasure are said to have been buried in southeast Arizona near an unknown peak that was once called Davis Mountain by the people who hid it there.

This large cache was stolen from a smuggler train headed from Mexico. However, the original treasure was stolen from a bank vault in Monterey and a church in Matamoras, Mexico.

Guide to Treasure in Arizona A basin floor, between Gunsight and Clarkston, is said to be littered with a large number of rocks, that are rich in silver. More information can be found in.

When it comes to finding hidden treasures or searching for valuable items with a detecting machine, there is probably no other state that has as many treasure tales as Arizona does.

In fact, the stories of hidden treasures in there might surprise you and will also keep you busy for years. The treasure may be in a cave along the south ridge of the Santa Catalina Mountains.

The Fort Huachuca Treasure - Somewhere in the Huachuca Canyon, on the Fort Huachuca Military Reservation, is a reported treasure worth more than $60 million. The treasure consists of hundreds of gold bars weighing 50 pounds each.

Treasures in Arizona got you buzzing. Take the kids on some of these Arizona field trips and learn about the history of treasure hunting in Arizona. Fun road trip ideas for family travel with kids. From gold, to meteorites, to precious gems, there is treasure in Arizona that.

Bisbee Junction – According to legend bandits’ loot from a train robbery was hidden here and has yet to be found. Brigham City – Outlaw Henry Seymour and his gang robbed a stagecoach in front of the Pine Spring Stage Station in of $, in newly-minted coins.

The coins were enclosed in three boxes which the outlaws carried into Pine Spring Station, located between Beaverhead. Lost Mines & Buried Treasures of Arizona by W.C. Jameson, University of New Mexico Press, Lost Cities & Ancient Mysteries of the Southwest by David Hatcher Childress, Adventures Unlimited Press, Southwest Treasure Hunter’s Gem & Mineral Guide: Where & How to Dig, Pan and Mine Your Own Gems & Minerals, GemStone Press, Dig Here.

A cache of gold and silver treasures from the mission of San Gabriel de Guevavi is said to be buried near the mission, put there when the mission was abandoned. More information can be found in.

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