The Legend of the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine
Charles H. Huckabay
In the vast Sonoran wasteland, about twenty miles east of Phoenix, mighty granite mountains rise some four thousand feet above the desert floor. The Superstitions are the center of mystery and legend, tales that date from the Conquestidor to the lone miner and his burro. Today, it is said that these legends, old maps, and stone tablets hold the key to hidden treasures.
Many have tried, and more than a few have lost their lives, in their search for the secrets of these forboding moutins. Still others have adapted and distorted history in their attempts to tell the stories of the Spanish mines and the Dutchman's lost gold.
Here, in these pages, I will guide you through the path of history and present to you, now, the lost mines of the past...uncovered!