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Maricopa County, Arizona

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  • John Carroll, the Ft McDowell trading post owner, was given directions by a soldier, who owed him money. Supposedly, the mine was located "just beyond and across the first canyon, on an imaginary line extended from the flagpole at Ft McDowell to Weaver's Needle."

     

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    Guide to Treasure in Arizona


  • The Black Maverick Lost Mine is thought to be located near the western foothills of the Four Peaks.

     

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    Guide to Treasure in Arizona


  • In 1890, when the Walnut Grove Dam (40 miles above Wickenburg on the Hassayampa River) burst, it flooded may ranches and towns down river, many of which lost cash boxes with thousands of dollars in them.

     

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    Guide to Treasure in Arizona


  •  A ledge of rich gold content was found by Palmer C. Ashley in 1934, somewhere in the Morgan City Wash area, north of what is now US 60-89 and between Wittman and Morristown. He could never relocate the exact spot.

     

    More Information is available in

    Guide to Treasure in Arizona


  • Cal Madden's Lost Mine is located somewhere in the Vulture Mountains outside of Wickenburg.

     

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    Guide to Treasure in Arizona


  • Two Frenchman were thought to have found a lost Spanish Mine in the Estrella Mountains, southwest of Phoenix. On one departure from Phoenix, they never returned and their fate never known.

     

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    Guide to Treasure in Arizona


  • The Lost Dutchman Mine is supposedly located within a circle, who's center is Weaver's Needle, and the diameter of which is no more than 5 miles.

     

    More Information is available in

    Guide to Treasure in Arizona

    Buried Treasures You Can Find

    The Lost Dutchman Mine of Jacob Waltz Part 1

    The Lost Dutchman Mine of Jacob Waltz Part 2

    Treasure Secrets of the Lost Dutchman

    Dig Here!

    Lost Dutchman Mine Discoveries

    Lost Mines & Buried Treasures along the Old Frontier

    Lost Mines of the Great Southwest

    Lost Mines & Buried Treasure: A Guide to Sites & Legends of the Southwest

    Quest for the Dutchman's Gold

    The Sterling Legend


  • In the Four Peaks area of the Mazatzal range, a German named Rodig found a large area of black sand, rich with gold, but was chased off by Indians. He was never able to relocate the spot. 

     

    More Information is available in

    Guide to Treasure in Arizona


  • A lost tungsten mine is thought to be located in the Sierra Sombrero (Hat Mountain) area, south of Gila Bend.

     

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    Guide to Treasure in Arizona


  • The Lost Tonto Apache mine is thought to be located on or near Mount Ord.

         

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  • A Mexican miner named Gonzales found, then lost, a rich out cropping of gold near Sombrero Peak in the Superstition Mountains.

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    Dig Here!


  • The Lost Pick Mine and a cache of gold amalgam is said to be located about 50 miles north of Phoenix.

    More Information is available in

    The Lost Pick Mine

    The Lost Pick Mine - PDF


 

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