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Treasure legends of the West

Choral Pepper

Treasure legends of the West

by Choral Pepper

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Published by Gibbs Smith, Publisher in Salt Lake City .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West (U.S.)
    • Subjects:
    • Treasure-trove -- West (U.S.),
    • Legends -- West (U.S.),
    • West (U.S.) -- Antiquities.,
    • West (U.S.) -- History, Local.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementChoral Pepper.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF591 .P42 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination90 p. :
      Number of Pages90
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1093653M
      ISBN 100879056118
      LC Control Number94018062
      OCLC/WorldCa30436664

      The Lost Ship of the Desert is the subject of legends about various historical maritime vessels having supposedly become stranded and subsequently lost in the deserts of the American Southwest, most commonly in California's Colorado the period following the American Civil War, stories about Spanish treasure galleons buried beneath the desert sands north of the Gulf of California. The Legends of the West book series by Brock Thoene & Bodie Thoene includes books Legends of the West Volume 1, Legends of the West Volume Two, Legends of the West Volume Three, and several more. See the complete Legends of the West series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.

      The treasure also features in Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series of historical fiction novels, and in particular is a main plot point in The Fiery Cross, the fifth book of the series. The treasure is featured in the Sherlock Holmes pastiche The Adventure of the Dishonourable Discharge by Craig Janacek. It is published in The MX Book of New. The Cave of Treasures (Syriac Me`ârath Gazzê, Arabic Ma`ârah al-Kanûz, Ethiopic Ba`âta Mazâgebet), sometimes referred to simply as The Treasure, is a book of the New Testament apocrypha. It was written in Syriac and is believed to be a seventh-century adaptation of a fourth- or fifth-century text.

      Here is a repository for ghost towns, almost ghost towns, stories of lost treasures, lost mines, and buried treasure, and other treasure information. Pick your state to find treasures and ghost towns in your area. This is an interesting book filled with the marginalia of the history of the American west. From Charles Hatfield's rainmaking & the crushing floods in San Diego, to the short lived United States Camel Corps, to the lost Port Orford Meteorite (possibly a part of the Pallas Meteorite), to lost treasures & lives in the lava flows south of Mount Taylor, it's all here/5(2).


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Legends of Captain Kidd’s Treasure Outlaw William Coe & His Missing Loot Many of the waiting treasures were hidden by outlaws after robbing a stagecoach or a train. When pursued by the posse, they often buried the loot, only to be captured before they could retrieve it.

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The book content of its' pages ( pages of content areas) are as follows: 1st 70 pages of how to successfully research various treasure legends and some key inspirational facts as to the "sport or industry of Treasure Hunting".

Then 10 individual treasure legends - retold in 2 to 3 pages each (30 pages), for you're to begin your work on/5(6). In addition to the many legends that have surrounded Col.

George A. Custer and the Little Big Horn, there have grown persistent rumors of lost treasure. As one version goes, the captain of the steamboat Far West —in order to lighten his load—buried some $, in gold that he was safeguarding for miners, to better accommodate the battle Author: Ron Soodalter.

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Many have tried, but no one has found the treasure. The legend is that she was murdered by her son, who then stole her robber's loot and hid it in a high cave guarded by the Hill Man.

Sunny has possession of an old photo of the town founders. It originally belonged to the murdered farmer and tucked behind the photo is a coded letter with instructions for finding the treasure s:   Great Book Series - Really 2 Books in 1 - 10 Treasure Legends New York: Lost Gold, Hidden Hoards and Fantastic Fortunes This book is provided in an easy to read, large print large format book.

The first section of the books talks about where one should look to find the best clues for solving a treasure legend. Then the books includes 10 treasure legends for the state of the book.

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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Texas has more buried treasure than any other state, with sites within the state’s borders, and a total value estimated at $ million.

Here are just some of the Treasure Tales from the Lone Star State; but be cautious, as some of these hidden caches are alleged to be cursed. The ambiguity of his clues mixed with a lack of successful searching has led some to wonder if the treasure really exists, or if it's just a scam to become a famous author (but not a rich one, since the book profits go to charity).

The third option is that Fenn was just trying to give people the greatest treasure of all: the thrill of an adventure.

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. Compiled and edited by Kathy Weiser/Legends of America, updated February Also See: American Pirate List.

Captain Kidd – Famous Privateer. Lost Treasure Tales. Pirates – Renegades of the Sea. About the Author: Charles M. Skinner () authored the complete nine-volume set of Myths and Legends of Our Own Land in This tale is.

Some of these treasures are now likely destroyed, including the Ark of the Covenant, but some may still exist and be recovered — such as the crown jewels of. 4 Butch Cassidy’s $20, Treasure.

Butch Cassidy is arguably one of the most notable outlaws of the Wild West. He was such an outlaw that he even formed an outlaw group, called the Wild Bunch, to travel with him, robbing whomever they felt the law was hot on his tail, Cassidy and the Wild Bunch actually buried $20, somewhere in Irish Canyon, located in the northwestern part.A kids' level book, Hidden Treasure in the Wild West is a collection of short legends that all involve long-lost fortunes.

It was surprisingly well-written and engaging. Though aimed at younger audiences, Arnold didn't mince his words, but instead wrote with unexpected sophistication. I was 3/5.