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by Stephen B. Shaffer

eBook Out of the Dust: Utah's Lost Mines and Treasures download ISBN: 1555178936
Author: Stephen B. Shaffer
Publisher: Cedar Fort; First Edition edition (January 6, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 216
ePub: 1692 kb
Fb2: 1965 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Antiques and Collectibles

Written for the adventurer in all of us, Out of the Dust: Utah's Lost Mines . Stephen has written several books about ancient civilizations in the West and about Spanish miners in early Utah, including La Mina del Yutas, Of Men and Gold, Nachi, and Treasures of the Ancients

Written for the adventurer in all of us, Out of the Dust: Utah's Lost Mines and Treasures is a unique guide that surpasses all other books of its kind. Author Steve Shaffer brings to light stories of lost gold and silver mines carved out of the earth by Spaniards and Mexicans. Other stories tell of modern miners and their quest for hidden wealth in the hundreds of mountains and valleys of the West. Stephen has written several books about ancient civilizations in the West and about Spanish miners in early Utah, including La Mina del Yutas, Of Men and Gold, Nachi, and Treasures of the Ancients. Stephen can be seen in the documentaries Tops of the Mountains and The Golden Rhoades.

Out of the Dust book. Learn of long-lost mines that few treasure hunters have even heard of. Discover the secret of the Lost Rhoades Mine and the real story of the Lost Josephine Mine. Find out where to look for treasure and buried mines in Utah’s desert country. Utah’s Lost Mines and Treasures features many photos and sketches-published here for the first time-and reveals long-forgotten cryptic and decoded treasure signs. This book, a treasure trove itself, is an essential asset for every adventurer and treasure hunter.

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Out of the Dust-Utah's Lost Mines and Hidden Treasures features many photos and sketches-published here for the first time-and reveals long-forgotten cryptic and decoded treasure signs.

Part of the reason that I put in a fair amount of time looking for lost Spanish mines in Colorado is that it has been reported that the Spanish not only mined but processed ore and smelted gold bars and possibly coins at many of their mines. There is an old Spanish arrastra in Buckskin Creek near Alma, Colorado as well as a number of other locations in the US Southwest.

Lost Treasure is an American magazine, found both online and in print, which describes lost treasures and different methods and items used finding them. Examples are lost mines, and valuables lost through wars, theft, or forgetfulness

Lost Treasure is an American magazine, found both online and in print, which describes lost treasures and different methods and items used finding them. Examples are lost mines, and valuables lost through wars, theft, or forgetfulness. The magazine is published on a monthly basis and includes tests of various metal detectors. The headquarters of the magazine is in Grove, Oklahoma

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You found part of a treasure map. There is only one thing to do: start killing bandits until you find the other parts of the map, then assemble it and find the treasure. Admittedly, that was three things. But you get the idea. Find the lost treasure of Old Haven.

Author Steve Shaffer brings to light stories of lost gold and silver mines carved out of the earth by. .

Author Steve Shaffer brings to light stories of lost gold and silver mines carved out of the earth by Spaniards and Mexicans.

Written for the adventurer in all of us, Out of the Dust: Utah's Lost Mines and Treasures is a unique guide that surpasses all other books of its kind.

Author Steve Shaffer brings to light stories of lost gold and silver mines carved out of the earth by Spaniards and Mexicans. Other stories tell of modern miners and their quest for hidden wealth in the hundreds of mountains and valleys of the West. While some treasure seekers have been rewarded with fabulous wealth, others have known only grief and disappointment.

Explore the vast Uinta Mountains and their rich mining heritage. Learn of long-lost mines that few treasure hunters have even heard of. Discover the secret of the Lost Rhoades Mine and the real story of the Lost Josephine Mine. Find out where to look for treasure and buried mines in Utah’s desert country.

Utah's Lost Mines and Treasures features many photos and sketches—published here for the first time and reveals long-forgotten cryptic and decoded treasure signs. This book, a treasure trove itself, is an essential asset for every adventurer and treasure hunter.

Comments: (7)
Hatе&love
Stephen B. Shaffer is an amazing man on an amazing quest for knowledge. If you've read his previous works, and have an open mind, then you know what I'm talking about. I really enjoyed this book. Many tales of adventure and treasure, both lost and found. This book, though definately entertaining enough, does not shed a whole lot of new light on old gold. For the casual treasure hunter, it does offer some direction, but for the technical fanatic, you will find that Stephen stops short of disclosing the details.
Tyler Is Not Here
Lots of great information in this book if you are in to hunting for gold mines.
Topmen
Super book!
Cobyno
This book is written very well and has a lot of good stories in it about lost mines and treasures.The author has written several books on this subject which are worth reading as well.
sunrise bird
This is an interesting addition to my collection of books on the old mines of Utah. It rehashes many previously told stories but with a different angle on some. It helped me find a couple of trails I hadn't pinned down so I found it useful. Good writing.
Fearlesshunter
As described
Dog_Uoll
This book is well-written, and gives a bit more information about some of the great legends of Utah treasure history, but it doesn't go into enough detail. This would be fine for the casual, armchair treasure hunter, but for someone who wants to hit the trail and find these places, it is seriously lacking. It makes me wonder if the real way to make money from lost treasure in Utah is by writing books about it.
Excellent stories on the old Sapnish gold mines and the people have spent a life time searching for it!!