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  • Joe Williams buried $80,000 in gold coins in several separate caches near the town of Drytown. It has never been recovered.

      Topographic Map of Lost Treasure and Ghost Town Locations

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in California


  • A lost mine belonging to two partners who returned to the east, is located somewhere on Rancheria Creek. 

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in California


  • A Mexican was working a mine on Dry Creek when he left to work a richer area. When he returned, he could not relocate the previous works.

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in California


  • An old Spanish miner, who lived just north of Fiddletown, usually paid his debts in gold nuggets and gold coins. On his death, many tried, and failed, to find his of gold, which was thought to be near his cabin.

      Topographic Map of Lost Treasure and Ghost Town Locations

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in California


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