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  • Located in either Apache or Coconino Counties, a Navajo silver mine found by "Merrick" and "Mitchell", who were later killed by Indians.

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  • $125,000 in gold coins and 22 gold ingots stolen from a stagecoach by four masked men, who later stole $140,000 in gold coin and $60,000 in currency from another stagecoach, buried somewhere in the Tonto Basin Country.

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  • 3,300 pounds of mercury buried in 10' long iron pipes, somewhere near Bitter Springs. Found once, but subsequently lost again.

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  • A "mountain of silver" located somewhere near the mouth of the Little Colorado River.

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  • Three iron chests, each containing $75,000 in gold coins, stolen from the Star Stage Line at the Pine Springs Station by masked men. 

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  • The Lost Valise Mine found by Cpt. Charles Watt and Irwin Baker, who both died without revealing it's location. A map was found, drawn by Baker, but the mine was never found.

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  • The Mormon Mountain Lost Silver Mine, found by Ike Roberts and Jim Taylor. 

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  • A basin of gold nuggets was found and lost by a Shepard girl caught in a sandstorm in the area south of Williams. 

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  • John Hix and "Jackass Dodson" was led to a bed of nuggets in an area about 40 miles north of Flagstaff. Dodson was later found dead by gunshot, the girl disappeared and Hix was never able to find the bed of nuggets again.

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  • $125,000 in gold coins stolen from the Canyon Diablo-Flagstaff stagecoach by 5-masked men, who were later cornered and killed in a log cabin at what is now Viet Spring. The loot was never recovered. A Flagstaff local by the name of Jim McGuire, may have found the cache, but died without revealing the location.

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  • $16,000 buried by Roy Gardner in "the mouth of an extinct volcano near Flagstaff." 

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  • $2,000 in gold, buried nightly for security by the wife of Samuel Clevenger, was lost when she was killed. Located somewhere just south of the Utah border along an old trail not far from Lee's Ferry.

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  • Several thousand dollars hidden by Earl Nelson and Willard Forrester near Stoneman Lake. 

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  • The entire wealth of a wagon train was buried for nightly security near Chavez Pass, 30 miles from Winslow. The wagon train was attacked, all but two killed, who never recovered the cache.

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  • 8-gold bars stolen from the Tip Top Mine and $25,000 in gold coins stolen in a stagecoach holdup, are cached in Rogers Lake by Henry Corey and Ralph Gaines.

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  • The John D. Lee Lost Mine is thought to be located in the Grand Canyon, near Lee's Ferry and the mouth of the Little Colorado River, and in sight of Vulcan's Throne.

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  • Between $25,000 and $50,000 cached by Herman Wolf, a trading post owner, buried somewhere near his trading post on the Little Colorado River northeast of the town of Canyon Diablo.

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  • A rich lost mine is supposed to be located somewhere near a red hill (cerro colorado) and at the foot of a blue mountain (sierra azul).

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  • A rich silver cave is supposed to be located on the side of Elden Mountain northeast of Flagstaff.

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  • A rich gold mine is located somewhere in the San Francisco Peaks area, on a non-volcanic mountain. The last miner died never revealing it's location.

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  • The Lost Partner's Placers are said to be located somewhere along Kanab creek near the Colorado River. May also be in Mojave County.

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