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Treasure Books List “A” through “C”

Treasure Books List “A” through “C”. Published on: May 23, 2009 @ 08:56
Parent: Treasure Hunting Book Source Directory. Page order: “2”.
 

Treasure Books List “A” through “C”.

May 23, 2009
Revised: 6-28-2012; 6-29-2012; 11-13-2012; 11-14-2012; 11-19-2012; 6-15-2015; 6-16-2015
 

Treasure Books List “A” through “C”.

 

Aerial Gold/Treasure Hunting Books

1. Hunting for Lost Mines by Helicopter, Adventure in the American Desert, by Erle Stanley Gardner, 287 pages. Copyright 1965, by Erle Stanley Gardner. Published by George J. McLeod Limited, Toronto, Canada. Printed in USA, by The Haddon Craftsman, Inc. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 65-24611.

Africa Books

1. El Dorado in West Africa, The Gold-Mining Frontier, African labor, and Colonial Capitalism in the Gold Coast 1875-1900, by Raymond E. Dumett, 396 pages. Copyright 1998, by Ohio University Press, Athens, Ohio 45701. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-85255-768-X.
Amazon.com published review:
• “Gold mining occupies a central place in the economic evolution of Ghana. This text examines the period of transition from traditional mining systems to mechanized, capitalized mining companies in the Akan area of the Gold Coast. Looking at the role of African as well as European mining entrepreneurs, female as well as male mining labor, this study encompasses issues of gender, ethnicity, business organization, pressure groups and exploitation. The author seeks to reveal a new complexity in the economic and social history of mining in the late 19th century. In particular he concludes that it is in the individualization of land transfers to mining concessionaires, rather than in the mobilization of a permanent unskilled wage labor force, that the greatest impact on economic and social change can be measured. North America: Ohio U Press”.

2. Road to Ophir, by Rex Tremlett, 190 pages. No copyright. Published by The Adventurers Club, 178-202 Great Portland Street, London, W. 1, United Kingdom. Printed in Netherlands. No ISBN.

3. The Seven Lost Trails of Africa, by Hedley A. Chilvers, 241 pages. No copyright, first published in 1930. Published by Cassell and Company, Limited, London, United Kingdom. No ISBN.

Alaska Gold Routes Books

1. Pioneer Trails West, Great Stories of the Westering Americans and the Trails they Followed, by Western Writers of America, Editor is Don Worchester, 292 pages. Copyright 1985, by the Western Writers of America. Published by The Caxton Printers, Ltd, Caldwell, Idaho 83605. Printed and bound in USA. ISBN: 0-87004-304-8.
Amazon.com published review:
• “Pioneer Trails West is well written and is and absorbing account of one phase of our western heritage. Western devotees need go no farther; this one will hold your attention through the winter”.—“The Book World”.
• “Aficionados of the American West will find here a book they have been waiting for”.—“W. Turrentine Jackson, Pacific Historian”.

Alaska Books

1. Alaska Gold, A Prospectors Guide, by Ron Wendt, autographed 69 pages. Copyright 1988, by Ron Wendt. Published by Alaska/Yukon Publications, PO Box 870624, Wasilla, Alaska, 99687. No ISBN.
Amazon.com published review:
• “Have you ever wanted to look for gold in Alaska but weren’t sure how to do it? Alaska Gold is a first hand, how-to, book on successful recreation gold mining in Alaska. Alaska Gold covers every aspect of Alaskan prospecting from panning gold to suction dredging, metal detecting, sluicing, gold recovery, rules & regulations, and historical info about rich pay streaks and large gold nuggets. Lots of adventure stories”.

2. Alaska, The Yukon and Ghost Towns, British Columbia, by Lambert Florin, 72 pages. Copyright 1971, by Superior Publishing Company, 708 Sixth Avenue North, Seattle, Washington 98109. Printed in USA. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 72-160186.

3. An Alaskan Diary: In Search of Gold, by Ron Wendt, (Autographed), 81 pages. Copyright 1981, by Ron Wendt. Published by Tri-Valley Graphic, Publishers, PO Box 1752, Palmer, Alaska 99645. No ISBN.
Amazon.com published review:
• “Here is what it is like to search the backcountry for new gold, and to come across the footsteps of the searchers for older gold, and to be formed by all that is found”.

4. An Historical Guide to the Willow Creek Mines, by Ron Wendt, (autographed), 2nd Printing. Copyright 1983 and 1987, by Ron Wendt. Published by Alaska/Yukon Publications, P.O. Box 870624, Wasilla, Alaska, 99687. No ISBN.

5. Fairbanks Gold: Condensed United States Geological Survey Bulletins 1905, 1907, 1914, by Ron Wendt, 50 pages. Copyright 1996, by Ron Wendt. Published by Goldstream Publications, PO Box 870624, Wasilla, Alaska 99687. Printed in Wasilla, Alaska, USA. ISBN: 1-886574-09X.

6. Fortymile Gold, (The Fortymile Quadrangle, Yukon-Tanana Region, Alaska), Compiled and Edited by Ron Wendt, Written by United Stated Geological Survey Geologists, L. M. Prindle and J. B. Mertie, 49 pages. Copyright 1995, by Ron Wendt. Published by Goldstream Publications, PO Box 870624, Wasilla, Alaska 99687. Printed in the state of Alaska, USA. ISBN: 1-886574-08-1.
 

7. Gold, Ghost Towns and Grizzlies, Alaskan Treasures, by Ron Wendt, (autographed), 62 pages. Copyright 1994, by Ron Wendt. Published by Goldstream Publications, PO Box 870624, Wasilla, Alaska 99687. Printed in Wasilla, Alaska, USA. ISBN: 1-886574-01-4.
Amazon.com published review:
• “It has been said that Alaska holds some of the greatest riches in the world, all buried beneath it’s unusual topography. Like any place in the world Alaska has had its share of treasure, whether its rich golden pay streaks, precious gem stones, or remnants of a rich historical past. Probably what makes the north so unique is that our history is so recent. One of the biggest events that impacted the north was the Gold Rush. Today we still find many remnants of this past dotting the landscape, a reminder of past fortunes and failures of those who searched for buried treasure in the north. Gold, Ghost Towns & Grizzlies is about treasure in Alaska and the Yukon and covers subjects like lost gold mines, missing coins, rich pay streaks, gold robberies, golden mysteries of the north, and dilapidated ghost towns”.

8. Goldfields of Nome, Alaska, Compiled and Edited by Ron Wendt, by Geologists Fred Moffitt, Alfred Brooks, Walter Mendenhall, Phillip Smith, and Frank Schrader, 58 pages. Copyright 1996, by Ron Wendt. Published by Goldstream Publications, PO Box 870624, Wasilla, Alaska 99687. Printed in Wasilla, Alaska, USA. ISBN: 1-886574-13-8.

9. Guide for the Alaskan Prospector, by James A. Madonna, 2nd Edition, 44 pages. Copyright 1981, by James A. Madonna. Published by Alaskan Prospectors Publishing Co., Fairbanks, Alaska. No ISBN.

10. Hatcher Pass Gold, An Historical Guide to the Willow Creek Mines, by Ron Wendt, (autographed), 66 pages. Copyright 1992, by Ron Wendt. Published by Goldstream Publications, PO Box 870624, Wasilla, Alaska 99687. Printed in Wasilla, Alaska, USA. ISBN: 1-886574-02-2.

11. Nelchina Susitna Goldfields, by Ron Wendt, 58 pages. Copyright 1997, by Ron Wendt. Published by Goldstream Publications, PO Box 870624, Wasilla, Alaska 99687. Printed in Wasilla, Alaska, USA. ISBN: 1-886574-17-0.

 

12. Petersville Gold, Cache Creek, Yentna Mines 1913, Edited by Ron Wendt, Written by Stephan R. Capps, 60 pages. Copyright 2002, by Ron Wendt. Published by Goldstream Publications, PO Box 870624, Wasilla, Alaska 99687. Printed in Wasilla, Alaska, USA. ISBN: 1-886574-24-3.

 

13. Placer Deposits of Alaska, by Edward H. Cobb, Geological Survey Bulletin 1374, 213 pages. Reprinted by Alaskan Prospecting Publishing, 504 College Road, Alaska, 99701. No ISBN.

14. The Alaska Gold Rush, Gold Fever in the North, One Hundred Year Celebration, Editors: Darey Ellington and Angela Tripp, 40 pages. Copyright 1995, by Albion Publishing Group, Santa Barbara, California, 805-963-6004. Printed in Hong Kong. ISBN: 1-880352-39-7.

 

15. Wasa-Wasa, A Tale of Trails and Treasure, by Harry Macfie and Hans G. Westerlund, 244 pages. First Published in Great Britain in 1951. Copyright under the Berne convention. Published by George Allen & Unwin Ltd., Ruskin House Museum Street, United Kingdom. Printed in Great Britain, by William Brendon and Son, Ltd., The Mayflower Press, At Bushey Mill lane, Watford, Herts, United Kingdom. No ISBN.

Archaeology, History and Biblical Books

1. Cortes & Montezuma, by Maurice Collis, Second printing, 256 pages. Copyright 1954, by the Estate of Maurice Collis. Published by New Directions Publishing Corporation, 80 Eighth Avenue, New York, New York 10011. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-8112-1423-0.
Amazon.com published review:
• “The convergence of Cortés and Montezuma is the most emblematic event in the birth of what would come to be called “America”.
• “Landing on the Mexican coast on Good Friday, 1519, Hernán Cortés felt himself the bearer of a divine burden to conquer and convert the first advanced civilization Europeans had yet encountered in the West. For Montezuma, leader of the Mexicans, April 21, 1519 (known in their sophisticated astronomical system as 9 Wind Day) was the precise date of a dire prophesy: the return of Quetzalcoatl, a fearsome god predicted to arrive by ship, from the East, with light skin, a black beard, robed in black—exactly as Cortés would. The ensuing drama is described by eminent historian Maurice Collis in a style that is equal parts story and scholarship. Though its consequences have been treated by writers as diverse as D.H. Lawrence and Charles Olson, never before have the facts of this event been rendered with such extraordinary clarity and elegance”.

2. Great Discoveries & Amazing Adventures, The Stories of hidden Marvels and Lost Treasures, by Claire Llewellyn, 77 pages. Copyright 2004, by Kingfisher Publications Plc., 222 Berkeley Street, Boston, Masschusetts 02116, http://www.houghtonmifflinbooks.com. ISBN: 0-7534-5783-0.
Amazon.com published review:
• “Great Discoveries & Amazing Adventures looks at the moment of discovery and the deeper stories behind some of the world’s most astonishing finds. Archaeologists, explorers, naturalists, and even ordinary people have all made discoveries that have caused the world to marvel and have advanced our knowledge in an important way. Great Discoveries & Amazing Adventures tells these stories and examines the influences they had on the course of history”. “Great Discoveries & Amazing Adventures contains stunning photography and digital illustrations that give absorbing insight into the stories of excitement and discovery”.

3. Lost Treasure of the Inca, by Peter Lourie, 48 pages. Copyright 1999, by Peter Lourie. Published by Boyd Mills Press, Inc., A Highlights Company, 815 Church Street, Honesdale, Pennsylvania 18431. Printed in China. ISBN: 1-56397-743-5.

4. The Journey and Ordeal of Cabeza De Vaca, by Alvar Nunez Cabeza De Vaca, (translated into English by Cyclone Covey), 152 pages. Copyright 1961 and 2003 by Dover Publications, Inc., Mineola, New York. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-486-43180-0.

Arizona Books

1. Arizona Rock Trails, 20-maps, by Fred N. Bitner, 2nd edition. Copyright 1957, by Bitner’s, Scottsdale, Arizona. No. ISBN.

2. Arizona Trails & Tales, True Adventure in Arizona’s Old West, by Charles D. Lauer, 189 pages. Copyright 2000, by Charles D. Lauer. Published by Golden West Publishers, Inc., 4113 North Longview Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85014, 602-265-4392. Printed in USA. ISBN: 1-885590-86-5.

3. Discover Arizona, Discover all Arizona has to Offer, by Rick Harris. Copyright 1992, 1993 and 2000, by Richard L. Harris. Published by Golden West Publishers, 4113 North Longview, Phoenix, Arizona 85014, 602-265-4392. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-914846-52-3.

4. Explore Arizona, Discover Arrowheads, Old Coins, Bottles, Caves, Hot Springs, Minerals, Clay Pits, Fossil Beds, Old Forts, Old Missions, Mounds and Trash Piles, Ghost Towns, Petroglyphs, Ruins, Photo Subjects, Scenic Heights, Graveyards, Lava Tubes, Waterfalls, Quartz Crystals, Ice Caves, Whirlpools, Cliff Dwellings, Swimming Holes, Prehistoric Canals, by Rick Harris. Copyright 1986, by Rick Harris. Published by Golden West Publishers, 4113 North Longview Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85014. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-914846-24-8.

5. Four Days From Fort Wingate, The Lost Addams Diggings, by Richard French. Copyright 1994, by Richard French. Published Caxton Press, 312 Main Street, Caldwell, Idaho 83605, http://www.caxtonpress.com. ISBN: 0-87004-362-5.

6. Gem Trails of Arizona, by James R. Mitchell. Copyright 2001, by Gem Guides Book Co., 315 Cloverleaf Drive, Suite F, Baldwin Park, California 91706. ISBN: 1-889786-14-4 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 00-136464.

7. Ghost Towns and Historical Haunts in Arizona, by Thelma Heatwole. Copyright 1981, by Thelma Renick Heatwole. Published by Golden West Publishers, 4113 North Longview Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85014. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-914-846-10-8.

8. Ghost Towns of Arizona, by James E. and Barbara H. Sherman. Copyright 1969, by University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-8061-0843-6 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 68-31367.

9. Rock Hounding Arizona, A Guide to 75 of the State’s Best Rockhounding Sites, by Gerry Blair. Copyright 1992 and 2002, by Morris Book Publishing , LLC. Published by Falcon Guides, The Globe Pequot Press, PO Box 480, Guilford, Connecticut. ISBN: 978-0-7627-4449-7.
From the Back Cover of Rock Hounding Arizona book and Amazon.com published review:
• “A complete guide to finding, collecting, and preparing the state’s gems & minerals
Search for gold in the Superstition Mountains. Dig for turquoise at the foot of the Hieroglyphic Range. Hunt for jasper in the historic mining district near Bagdad. An outstanding sourcebook for experts and novices alike, Rockhounding Arizona points the way to seventy-five of the best rockhounding sites in Arizona, including popular and commercial areas as well as lesser-known sites on public land.
• Look inside to find:
• Maps and detailed site descriptions with directions
• Suggested tools & techniques
• Land-use regulations and legal restrictions
• Contact information for land managers”

10. Senner’s Gold, Hidden in the Superstitions over 1000 pounds of stolen goldfield gold, Helen Corbin. Copyright 1993, by Helen Corbin. Published by Foxwest Publishing, 2834 North 29th Street, Suite 1, Phoenix, Arizona 85008. Published in USA. ISBN: 1-879029-02-2 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 93-073213.

11. Tales of Arizona Territory, by Charles D. Lauer, Fifth Printing. Copyright 1990 and 2003, by Charles D. Lauer. Published by Golden West Publishers, Inc., 4113 North Longview Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85014, 1-800-658-5830, http://www.goldenwestpublishers.com. ISBN: 10: 0914846477 and 13: 978-0914846475.

12. The Killer Mountains, The Great Story of the Last Search for The Lost Dutchman Mine, by Curt Gentry. Copyright 1968, by American Library, Inc. Published by Ballantine Books, Inc., 201 East 50th Street, New York, New York 10022. SBN: 345-22310-5-125 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 68-21365.

13. The Lost Dutchman Mine, And How the Documentary Movie of this Story was Made, Researched and written by Robert E. Lee, 80 pages. No copyright. Published by Dick Martin Co. Inc., 3784 30th Street, San Diego, California 92104. No ISBN.
• The Lost Dutchman Mine, And How the Documentary Movie of this Story was Made.

14. The Lost Dutchman Mine of Jacob Waltz, Part 1: The Golden Dream, 1st edition, T. E. Glover, 384 pages. Copyright 1998, by Thomas E. Glover. Published by Cowboy-Miner Productions, PO Box 9674, Phoenix, Arizona 85068. Printed in USA. ISBN 0-9662091-8-4.

15. The Lost Dutchman Mine of Jacob Waltz, Part 2, The Holmes Manuscript, Compiles and Annotated by T. E. Glover, First edition. Copyright 2000, by Thomas E. Glover. Published by Cowboy-Miner Productions, PO Box 9674, Phoenix, Arizona 85068. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-9662091-8-4.

16. The Lure of the Dutchman, Cracking the Mystery of the Lost Mine, by Thomas A. Geldermann. Copyright 2000, by Thomas A. Geldermann. Professional Press, PO Box 4371, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27515-4371. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 1-57087-523-5 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 00-131664.
Amazon.com published review:
• “An adventure novel set in the Superstition Mountains of central Arizona. The forward tells the story of the fabled Lost Dutchman Gold Mine and then the action begins as Kevin Stewart and his girlfriend, Lauri Beth McCartney, try to avenge to murder of Kevin’s uncle. Their search leads them to a hidden gold mine and a plot against the government of the United States”.
• The author shows his readers rather than tells them using dialogue as his main medium.
• This book won the Arizona Book Publishing Association’s 2001 Glyph Award for Best Fiction-Adult. It carries a medallion denoting this award on its cover”.

17. The Sterling Legend, The Facts behind The Lost Dutchman Mine, by Estee Conatser. Copyright 1972, by S. T. Conatser. Published by Gem Guides Book Co., 3677 San Gabriel River Parkway, Pico Rivera, California 90660. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-935-182-31-4 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 72-92072.
Amazon.com published review:
• “The legend of Jacob Walzer’s famed Lost Dutchman Mine has been tantalizing gold seekers since the 1870s. Thousands have ventured into the formidable desert surrounding the Superstition Mountains to solve the riddle that has eluded solving and many may have paid the ultimate price for their quest”.
• “Using a well-researched, analytical approach, Estee Conatser has reached a remarkable analysis of this famous puzzle, clearing the air of hundreds of confusing segments of history. Here the legend, the myth, the rumors and the known facts are given proportion and an adventurous perspective”.
• “Read it and re-read it. Whether you are a fledgling Lost Dutchman enthusiast or a scholar, you will discover new insights and ingeniously concealed figments of information hidden within the pages of The Sterling Legend”.

18. The Story of the Superstition Mountain and the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine, The Violent, Tragic, True Account of the Gold-Hungry Men Who Challenged the Treacherous Peak Sacred to the Apaches, by Robert Joseph Allen. Copyright 1971,by Robert Joseph Allen. Published by Pocket Books, a division of Simon Schuster, Inc., 630 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10020. Printed in USA. SBN: 671-77408-5.
Amazon.com published review:
• Paperback format account of the mining legend – good story.

19. Tombstone’s Treasures, Silver Mines and Golden Saloons, by Sherry Monahan, 199 pages. Copyright 2007, by University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Printed in USA. ISBN: 978-0-8263-4176-1.
Amazon.com published review:
• “Sherry Monahan is an authority on “the city that wouldn’t die” and its history. In Tombstone’s Treasure, she focuses on the silver mines, one reason for the city’s founding, and the saloons, the other reason the city grew so quickly”.
• “When the discovery of silver at Tombstone first became known in mid-1880, there were about twenty-six saloons and breweries. By July of the following year, the number of saloons in Tombstone had doubled. The most popular saloon games of the time were faro, monte, and poker, with some offering keno, roulette, and twenty-one”.
• “Monahan shares true tales about Tombstone’s mining and gambling history and describes a different time and locale where wealthy businesspeople and rugged miners rubbed elbows at the bar and gambled side by side”.
• “It is both shocking and enlightening to learn just how sophisticated Tombstone really was when the Earps, Doc Holliday, Johnny Ringo, and Curly Bill strode the boardwalks. Tombstone actually had telephones, ice cream parlors, coffee shops, a bowling alley, and a swimming pool. Wow! It is so contrary to the Hollywood version of the town . . . but it’s absolutely true.”–from the Foreword by Bob Boze Bell”.

20. Traveling Indian Arizona, Native Culture, Arts & Crafts, Festivals, Historic Sites & Museums, by Anne O’Brien. Copyright 2006, Anne O’Brien. Published by Westcliffe Publishers, Inc., PO Box 1261, Englewood, Colorado 80150. Printed in China by World Print, Ltd. ISBN 10: 1-56579-518-0.

21. Treasure Maps of the Superstitions, The Peralta Stone Maps show a route to a new and different treasure than the Lost Dutchman’s Mine, by Amy Michelle Mosier. Copyright 2006. Published by Golden West Publications, PO Box 26634, Tempe, Arizona 85285-6634, http://www.goldenwestpublishers.com. Printed in USA. No ISBN.

22. Treasure Secrets of the Lost Dutchman, including interviews with Peralta Gonzales Family, Maps, Photos, by Charles A. Kenworthy. Copy 1997, by Charles A. Kenworthy. Published by Quest Publishing Company, PO Box 260100, Encino, California 91426. Published in USA.ISBN : 0-9632156-3-9.

23. Quest for the Dutchman’s Gold the 100-year Mystery, The facts, myths and legends of the Lost Dutchman Mine and the Superstition Mountains, by Robert Sikorsky. Copyright 1983, 1991 and 1994, by Robert Sikorsky. Published by Golden West Publishers, 4113 North Longview Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85014. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-914846-56-6.

24. Waybill to the Adams Diggins, by Fred J. Stewart, 32 pages. Copyright 1987, by Fred J. Stewart. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 87-90453.

Automobile and Off-road Books

1. Baja Prepping VW Sedans & Dune Buggies, Bob Waar, H. P. Book Number 2. Copyright 1970, by H. P. Books, PO Box 50640, Tucson, Arizona 85703. Printed in USA. No ISBN.

2. Off Road Handbook with back country travel tips, by Bob Waar, H. P. Book Number 34. Copyright 1975, by H. P. Books, PO Box 5367, Tucson, Arizona 85703. Printed in USA. ISBN 0-912656-15-8 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 74-83546.

Beach Metal Detecting Books

1. Beach Detecting in Surf & Sand, 270 Tips to improve your Metal Detecting along the Treasure line, by Jay Schofield. Copyright 2007, by PatJay Productions, 284 Daggett Avenue, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts 02568, (508) 693-2957, jayschofield@mac.com. ISBN: 13:978-9794650-0-0 and 10: 9794650-0-1.

2. Detecting Southern California Beaches, by Donald A. Barthel, 3rd Revised Edition. No copyright. No ISBN.

3. How to Search Sand and Surf, Treasure Recovery at the Beach, by Charles Garrett, First Printing, 84 pages. Copyright 2008, by Charles L. Garrett. Published by RAM Publishing Company, A subsidiary of Garrett Metal Detectors, 1881 West State Street, Garland, Texas 75042, http://www.garrett.com. ISBN: 10: 0-915920-99-9.

 

4. Hurricane Treasure, 1715 Beach Sites, Locations Revealed, Compiles by Kevin Reilly, Gary T. Rowe and Kevin Maranville. Copyright 1990 and 1993, by Reilly, Rowe and Maranville. Published by Pirate Express Publishing, PO Box 2975, Pompano Beach, Florida 33072, (305) 979-4421. ISBN: 1-881777-02-2.

5. Metal Detecting on West Coast Beaches, by Don Crosby and Laura Crosby. Copyright 2008. No ISBN.

 

6. The Beach Bank, Your Treasure Teller, Beach Sites Revealed, by Kevin V. Reilly, First Printing. Copyright 1996, by Kevin V. Reilly. Published by Pirate Express Publishing, PO Box 2975, Pompano Beach, Florida 33072. ISBN: 1-881777-04-9.

7. Warren Merritt’s Beachcomber’s Handbook, The First Complete Book for recovering Jewelry, Coins, & Valuables from the Ocean Beaches, Lakes & Rivers, by Warren Merritt with introduction by Karl Von Mueller. No copyright. Published by Examine Press, Box 987, Cedar Park, Texas 78613. No ISBN.

 

Bottle Collecting Books

1. 1000 Fruit Jars, by Bill Schroeder, 5th Edition, 2007 Values. Copyright 1970, by Bill Schroeder. Published by Collectors Books, PO Box 3009, Paducah Kentucky 42002-3009. No ISBN.

2. Bottle Pricing Guide, by Hugh Cleveland, Third Edition, Values Updated. Copyright 1988 and 1996, by Bill Schroeder. Published by Collectors Books, A division of Schroeder Publishing Co., Inc., PO Box 3009, Paducah, Kentucky 42002-3009. No ISBN./

3. Old Bottles, How and Where to Find them, by A.L. Abbott. Copyright 1970, by A.L. Abbott. Published by Abbott Enterprises, PO Box 4262, Anaheim, California, 92803. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 79-127930.

4. Old Time Bottles, Found in Ghost Towns, Current Prices, by Lynn Blumenstein, 80 pages. Copyright 1963 – 1966, by Lynn Blumenstein. Published by Old Time Bottle Publishing Company, Department L, 611 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem, Oregon 97301, 503-362-1446. L.O.C.C.C. Number: A666974.

5. Warman’s Bottles, Field Guide, Values and Identification, by Michael Polak, 2nd Edition. Copyright 2007, by Michael Polak. Pushed by Krause Publications, An Imprint of F & W Publications, 700 East State Street, Iola, Wisconsin 54990-2873, http://www.krausebooks.com. ISBN: 13: 978-0-89689-620-8 and 10: 0-89689-62-X.

California Trails Books

1. The California Trail, by George R. Stewart, 339 pages. Copyright: 1962, by George R. Stewart. Published by University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-8032-9143-4.
2. The California Trail, Yesterday and Today, by William E. Hill, 238 pages. Copyright: 1993, by William E. Hill. Published by Tamarack Books, Inc., P.O. Box 190313, Boise, Idaho 83719-0313; 1-800-962-6657. Printed and bound in USA. ISBN: 0-9634839-2-7.
3. Ghost Trails to California, A Pictorial Journey from the Rockies to the Gold Country, by Thomas H. Hunt, 262 pages. Copyright: 1974, by American West Publishing Company, and copyright: 1980, by Thomas Hunt. Published by Nevada Publications, P.O. Box 15444, Las Vegas, Nevada 89114. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-913814-87-3.
4. Historic Sites and Markers along the Mormon and other Great Western Trails, by Stanley B. Kimball, 320 pages. Copyright: 1988, by the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. Published by University of Illinois Press, Urbana and Chicago, Illinois. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-252-01456-1.
5. Sierra Crossing, First Roads to California, Thomas Frederick Howard, 218 pages. Copyright: 1998, by the Regents of the University of California. Published by University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, California, http://www.ucpress.edu. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-520-22686-0.

California Treasure Books

1. A Guide to California’s Historic Sites & Museums, California Traveler Guidebooks, American Traveler Series, by Deborah Dinzes, 48 pages. Publication date: May 1993. Copyright by Deborah Dinzes. Published by American Traveler Series, a division of Primer Publishers, 5738 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85012-1316; 1-800-521-9221, http://www.amerciantravelerpress.com. Printed in China. ISBN: 13: 978-1-55838-134-6 and 10: 1-55838-134-1.
2. A Traveler’s Guide to Historic California, How to Find More than 3,300 plaques and learn the latest translations of Spanish place names, by Lynne Schaefer. Copyright: 2000, by Lynne Schaefer. Published by Gold Nuggets Press, PO Box 1861, Novato, California 94948-1861. Printed and Bound in USA. ISBN: 0-9702987-1-4 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 00-134961.
3. California Atlas & Gazetteer, Detailed Topographical Maps, Back Roads, Recreation Sites, GPS Guide, Delorme, 16o pages. Copyright: 2008, by DeLorme, PO Box 298, Yarmouth, Maine 04096; 1-207-846-7000, http://www.delorme.com. Printed in Canada. ISBN: 10: 0-89933-383-4 and 13: 978-89933-383-0.
4. California Badmen, Mean Men with Guns, by William B. Secrest, 231 pages. Copyright: 2007, by William B. Secrest. Published by Quill Driver books/Word Dancer Press, Inc., 1254 Commerce Avenue, Sanger, California 93657; 1-800-497-4909, http://www.QuillDriverBooks.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 1-884995-51-9.
5. California Desperadoes, by William B. Secrest, 257 pages. Copyright: 2000, by William B. Secrest. Published by Quill Driver Books/Word Dancer Press, Inc., 8386 North Madison, Clovis, California 93611; 1-800-497-4909. ISBN: 1-884995-19-5.
6. California Disasters, 1800-1900, Firsthand accounts of fires, shipwrecks, floods, earthquakes and other historic California tragedies, by William B. Secrest Jr. and William B. Secrest Sr., 275 pages. Copyright: 2006, by William B. Secrest. Published by Quill Driver Books/Word Dancer Press, Inc., 1254 Commerce Avenue, Sanger, California 93657; 1-559-876-2170, 1-800-497-4909, http://www.QuillDriverBooks.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 1-884995-49-7.
7. California Ghost Town Trails, 96 Maps, 89 Ghost Towns, Actual photos! by A. L. Abbott. Copyright: 1966, by A. L. Abbott. Published by Abbott and Abbott, 1542-D Ninth Street, Anaheim, California 92802. L.O.C.C.C. number: 66-28548.
8. California Ghost Towns, by Lambert Florin. Copyright: 1971, Published by Superior Publishing Co., Seattle, Washington. L.O.C.C.C. number: 70-160180.
9. California Traveler Guidebooks, Ghost Towns of California, Remnants of the Mining Days, by Richard M. Miller. Copyright: 2008, by Richard M. Miller. Published by American Traveler Press, A Division of Primer Publishers, 5738 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85012, http://www.AmericanTravelerPress.com; 1-800-521-9221. Printed in China. ISBN: 13: 978-1-55838-124-7 and 10: 1-55838-124-4.
10. California-Nevada Ghost Town Atlas, by Robert Neil Johnson, 13th Printing. Copyright: 1967, 1970, by H. Cyril Johnson. Published by Cy Johnson & Sons, Box 288 – 435 Roop Street, Susanville, California, 96130. No ISBN.
11. Gem Trails of California, by James R. Mitchell, 5th Printing, expanded revised edition. Copyright: 1972, 1978, 1986, 1991, by Gem Guides Book Company, 315 Cloverleaf Drive, # F, Baldwin Park, California, 91706. ISBN: 0-935182-22-5 and L.O.C.C.C. number: 78-187288.
12. Ghost Towns & Mining Camps of California, A History & Guide, by Remi Nadeau, Fifth edition, 13th printing. Copyright: 1965, 1995, 1999, by Remi Nadeau. Published by Crest Publishers, PO Box 22614, Santa Barbara, California 93121-2614. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-9627104-8-2 and L.O.C.C.C. number: 92-072605.
13. Ghosts of the Glory Trail, Intimate glimpses into 275 Ghost Towns, Nevada, California and Utah, by Neil Murbarger, 291 pages. Copyright: 1956, by Nell Murbarger. Published by Nevada Publications, Box 15444, Las Vegas, Nevada 89114. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-913814-59-8.
14. Historic California, Its Colorful Names and How it Got Them, by Alton Pryor, 191 pages. Copyright: 2002, by Alton Pryor, (autographed). Published by Stagecoach Publishing, 5360 Campcreek Loop, Roseville, California 95747, 916-771-8166, http://www.stagecoachpublishing.com, pryor@jps.net. ISBN: 0-9660053-8-4.
15. Little Known Tales in California History, by Alton Pryor, 199 pages. Copyright: 1997, by Alton Pryor. Published by Stagecoach Publishing, 5360 Campcreek Loop, Roseville, California 95747; 1-916-771-8166. http://www.stagecoachpublishing.com. ISBN: 0-9660053-1-7.
16. Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of California, by R. A. Pierce, 57 pages. Copyright: 1959, 1964, by R. A. Pierce. Published by R. A. Pierce, PO Box 3044, Berkeley 5, California. Manufactured in USA. No ISBN.
17. Old California Mines, (1899), by Charles Yale. Copyright 1967. Republished by Frontier Book Co., Fort Davis, Texas, 79734. No ISBN.
18. Old Mines and Ghost Camps of California, Statewide for 1899, by A. Ekman, I.H. Parker, W.H. Storms, H.W. Penniman, M.E. Dittmar. Copyright: 1970, by Frontier Book Company, Fort Davis, Texas, 79734. No ISBN.
19. Outlaw Tales of California, True Stories of the Golden State’s Most Infamous Crooks, Culprits, and Cutthroats, by Chris Enss, 109 pages. Copyright: 2008, by Morris Book Publishing, LLC. A TwoDot Book. Publishing by The Globe Pequot Press, PO Box 480, Guilford, Connecticut 06437. Printed in USA. ISBN: 978-0-7627-3852-6.
20. Pacific Coast Highway, Automobile Club of Southern California. Copyright: 1983, by AAA, Travel Publications department, 2601 South Figueroa, Los Angeles, California, 90007. No ISBN.
21. Rockhounding California, A Falcon Guide, by Gail A. Butler, Consulting Editor W.R.C. Shedenhelm, First Edition, Eighth Printing. Falcon Guides, Guilford, Connecticut, An Imprint of the Globe Pequot Press, PO Box 480, Guilford, Connecticut 06437. Copyright: 1995, by Morris Book Publishing, LLC. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 978-1-56044-639-2.
22. Rush for Riches, Gold Fever and the making of California, by J. S. Holiday, 355 pages. Copyright: 1999, by J. S. Holiday. Published by University of California Press, Ltd, London, England. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-520-21402-1.
23. Site Locator for California, Over 750 Sites Identified, GPS Compactible, 91 + 10 pages. No copyright. Published by A Mosquito Publication. No ISBN.
24. Six Months in the Gold Mines, From a Journal of Three Years Residence in Upper and Lower California, 1847-48-49, by Edward Gould Buffum, 130 pages. Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard 1850. Copyright: 2000, by James Stevenson Publisher, Fairfield, California; 1-707-469-0237, jimstevenson@jspub.com, http://www.jspub.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 1-885852-14-2.
25. Tales & Treasures of California’s Missions, by Randall A Reinstedt, 119 pages. Copyright: 1992, by Randall A Reinstedt. Published by Ghost Town Publications, P.O. Drawer 5998, Carmel, California 93921. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-933818-79-3 and L.O.C.C.C. number: 92-73253.
26. Tales & Treasures of California’s Ranchos, by Randall A Reinstedt, 127 pages. Copyright: 1999, by Randall A Reinstedt. Published by Ghost Town Publications, PO Drawer 5998, Carmel, California 93921. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-933818-82-3.
27. Tales & Treasures of the California Gold Rush, by Randall A Reinstedt, 112 pages. Copyright: 1994, by Randall A Reinstedt. Published by Ghost Town Publications, P.O. Drawer 5998, Carmel, California 93921. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-933818-80-7 and L.O.C.C.C: number: 94-76792.
28. The Lost Cement Mine, by James W. A. Wright, 94 pages. Copyright: 1984, by Genny Smith. Published by Genny Smith Books, Mammoth Lakes, California. ISBN: 0-931378-08-7 and 0-931378-09-5.
29. Those Wild and Lusty Gold Camps, by Alton Pryor, (autographed), 103 pages. Copyright: 1999, by Alton Pryor. Published by Stagecoach Publishing, 5360 Campcreek Loop, Roseville, California 95747; 1-916-771-8166, pryor@jps.net. ISBN: 0-9660053-4-1.
30. Trailblazers of the West, The Gold Rush, Buried Treasure, High Interest Books, by Barbara A. Somerville, 48 pages. Copyright: 2005, by Rosen Book Works, Inc. Published by Children’s Press, a division of Scholastic Inc., New York, New York. Printed in China. ISBN: 0-516-25129-5.
31. Where to Find Gold in California, Maps with Directions to the Gold Sites, Reprinted: 2008, by Delos Toole. Copyright: 2008, by Delos Toole. No ISBN.

California – Anza-Borrego, Colorado, Julian and Cuyamacas Desert Treasure Books

1. Adventuring in the California Desert, A Sierra Club Guide, Completely Revised and Updated, by Lynne Foster, 496 pages. Copyright: 1987-1997, by Lynne Foster. Published by Sierra Club Books, 85 Second Street, San Francisco, California 94105, http://www.sierraclub.org/books. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-87156-394-0.
2. Mines of Julian, by Helen Ellsburg, 71 pages. Copyright: 1972, by La Siesta Press, P.O. Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. ISBN: 910856-44-3.
3. Roadside History of California, by Ruth Pittman, 415 pages. Copyright: 1995, by Ruth Pittman. Published by Mountain Press Publishing Company, P.O. Box 2399, Missoula, Montana 59806; 1-406-728-1900. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-87842-318-4.
4. The Anza-Borrego Desert Region, A Guide to the State Park and adjacent areas of the Western Colorado Desert, Includes separate folded Map, 5th edition, by Lowell & Diana Lindsay, 302 pages. Copyright: 1978, 1985, 1991, 1998, 2006, by Lowell and Diana Lindsay. Published by Wilderness Press, 1200 5th Street, Berkeley, California 94710; 1-800-443-7227, info@wildernesspress.com, http://www.wildernesspress.com. Manufactured in China. ISBN: 13: 978-0-89997-400-2 and 10: 0-89997-400-7.
5. The Desert Magazine, Subject Index, All 534 Issues, November 1937 to June/July 1985 plus all 50issues of American Desert magazine, November/December 1992 to Fall 1993, Second Edition, by Tom Budlong and Joan Brooks. Copyright: 1997, by Tom Budlong and Joan Brooks. Published by Neal W. Samson, 14052 Pear Street, Riverside, California, 92508, (July, 2007), http://www.ivanpah@sbcglobal.net, ivanpah@sbcglobal.net. ISBN: 0-9779213-0-1 and L.O.C.C.C. number: 2006926249.
6. “Western World,” featuring Lost Mines…Buried Treasure…True Tales…In San Diego County, by Bob Lee, 65 pages. Copyright: 1983, Bob Lee. No ISBN.
7. Anza-Borrego A to Z, People, Places and Things, by Diana Lindsay, 400 pages. Copyright 2001, by Diana Lindsay. Published by Sunbelt Publications, Inc., P.O. Box 191126, San Diego, California 92159-1126; 1-619-2584911, http://www.sunbeltpub.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-932653-38-3.
8. Best Easy Day Hikes, Anza-Borrego, A Falcon Guide, by Bill Cunningham and Polly Burke, 78 pages. Copyright 2000, by Falcon Publishing, Inc., P.O. Box 1718, Helena, Montana 59624; 1-800-582-2665, http://www.Falcon.com. Printed in Canada. ISBN: 1-56044-976-4.
9. California Desert Byways, 68 of California’s Best Backcountry Drives, Wilderness Press, by Tony Huegal, 218 pages. Copyright: 1995, 2002, 2007, by Tony Huegal. Published by Wilderness Press, 1200 5th Street, Berkeley, California 94170; 1-800-443-7227, info@wildernesspress.com, http://www.wildernesspress.com. ISBN: 978-0-89997-413-2.
10. California Trails, South Coast Region, Trails Series, San Gabriel Mountains – San Bernardino – Anza-Borrego – Ocotillo – Mojave Desert, Second Printing, by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 254 pages. Copyright: 2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., 1601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 290, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. ISBN: 978-1-930193-24-6.
11. Desert Gem Trails, by Mary Frances Strong, 2nd Edition, revised. Copyright: 1971, by Gem Guides Book Company, 315 Cloverleaf Drive, Suite F, Baldwin Park, California, 91706, SBN: 910652-15-5.
12. Exploring Joshua Tree, Third edition, by Roger Mitchell, 48 pages. Copyright: 1964, by Roger Mitchell. Published by La Siesta Press, P.O. Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. Printed in USA. No ISBN.
13. Gold Road to La Paz, An Interpretive Guide to the Bradshaw Trail, (Tales of the Mojave Road Number Nineteen, by Delmer G. Ross, 303 pages. Copyright by Delmer G. Ross. Published by Tales of the Mojave Road Publishing Company, Goffs Schoolhouse, 37198 Lanfair Road, P.O. Box 7, Essex, California 92332-0007, http://www.mdhca.org. ISBN: 0-914224-24-7 and L.O.C.C.C. number: 92-80402.
14. Feyzer, 105 pages. Copyright 2002, by Leland Fetzer. Published by P.O. Box 191126, San Diego, California 92159-1126; 1-619-258-4911, http://www.sunbeltpub.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-932653-48-0.

California – Eastern California, Death Valley Treasure Books

1. 20-Mule Team Days in Death Valley, Tales and Trails of Old Death Valley…, Harold O. Weight. Copyright 1955, by The Calico Press, Twentynine Palms, California. ISBN 0-912714-00-X and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 55-12447.
2. Adventuring in the California Desert, A Sierra Club Guide, Completely Revised and Updated, by Lynne Foster, 496 pages. Copyright 1987-1997, by Lynne Foster. Published by Sierra Club Books, 85 Second Street, San Francisco, California 94105, http://www.sierraclub.org/books. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-87156-394-0.
3. Bodie to Calico, Ghost Towns of the Past & Historical Sites, Pictorial Guide to the Treasure Trails of the Early Pioneers, by G. Andrew Miller, 77 pages. Copyright 1999, Published by, Silver Spur Publishing, Camarillo, California 93012. Printed in USA. No ISBN.
4. Bodie: Ghost Town 1968, by Thomas W. Moore. Copyright 1969, by A. S. Barnes and Co., Inc., Cranbury, New Jersey 08512. Printed in USA. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 68-27229.
5. Death Valley & The Amargosa, A Land of Illusion, by Richard E. Lingenfelter, 664 pages. Copyright 1986, by The Regents of the University of California, Berkeley, California. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-520-05663-9.
6. Death Valley Ghost Towns, by Stanley W. Paher, 49 pages. Copyright 1973, by Stanley W. Paher. Published by Nevada Publications, Box 15444, Las Vegas, Nevada 89114. Printed in USA. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 72-97900.
7. Death Valley Ghost Towns, Volume II, by Stanley W. Paher, 32 pages. Copyright 1981, by Stanley W. Paher. Published by Nevada Publications, Box 15444, Las Vegas, Nevada. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-913814-36-9.
8. Death Valley in 1849, Important Chapter of California Pioneer History, by William Lewis Manly, 498 pages. Reprint of 1984 edition published by the Pacific Tree and Vine Co., San Jose, California. Printed and Distributed by Chalfant Press, Inc., Bishop, California 93514. ISBN: 0-912494-22-0 and 0-912494-23-9.
9. Death Valley Jeep Trails, by Roger Mitchell, 36 pages. Copyright 1969, by Roger Mitchell. Published by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. Printed in USA. Printed in USA. SBN: 910856-30-3.
10. Death Valley SUV Trails, by Roger Mitchell, 310 pages. Copyright 2001 and 2006, by Roger Mitchell. Published by Track & Trail Publications, PO Box 1247, Oakhurst, California 93644, http://www.trackandtrailpublications.com. ISBN: 0-9707115-9-X.
11. Death Valley to Yosemite, Frontier Mining Camps & Ghost Towns, The Men, The Women, Their Mines & Stories, by L. Burr Beldon & Mary DeDecker, 192 pages. Copyright 2000, by Spotted Dog Press, Inc., Bishop, California. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-9647530-8-1.
12. Desert Peaks Guide, Part I, Death Valley Country, by Walt Wheelock, 40 pages. Copyright 1962 and 1964. Published by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. Printed in USA. Printed in USA. No ISBN.
13. Desert Peaks Guide, Part II, Death Valley Country, by Walt Wheelock, 48 pages. Copyright 1975. Published by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. Printed in USA. Printed in USA. ISBN: 910856-55-9.
14. East of the Sierra, The Ghost Town of Bodie, A California State Park, by Russ and Johnson. Copyright by 1967, by Sierra Media, Inc., Bishop, California. Printed by Community Printing and Publishing, Bishop, California. ISBN: 0-912494-02-6 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 67-31002.
15. Eastern California Treasure Hunters, Ghost Town Guide, Compiled by Theron Fox. Copyright 1979, by Stanley W. Paher, Nevada Publications, Box 15444, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89114. No ISBN.
16. Ghost Mines of Yosemite, by Douglass Hubbard, 9 pages. No copyright. Printed by Awani Press, PO Box 881, Fredericksburg, Texas 78624. Printed in USA. No ISBN.
17. Ghost Towns of the Kern and Eastern Sierra, A Concise Guide, by Alan Hensher and Jack Peskin, 32 pages. Copyright 1980, by Alan Hensher and Jack Peskin, 5456 ½ Village Green, Los Angeles, California 90016. No ISBN.
18. Hiking Death Valley, A Guide to its natural Wonders and Mining Past, by Michel Digonnet, 542 pages. Copyright 2007, by Michel Digonnet. Published in Palo Alto, California. Printed and Bound in USA. ISBN: 13: 978-0-9659178-0-3 and 10: 0-9659178-0-0.
19. Lost Mines of Death Valley, by Harold O. Weight, Third edition, revised and enlarged. Copyright 1953, 1961 and 1970, by The Calico Press, Twentynine Palms, California. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 70-125556.
20. Mines of Death Valley, by L. Burr Belden, Revised edition. Copyright 1966, by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. Printed in USA. No ISBN.
21. Nevada Ghost Towns & Mining Camps Atlas, Stan Paher’s Illustrated, 27 New Maps for Backroad Explorers, Volume Two – Southern Nevada & Death Valley, by Stanley W. Paher, 208 pages. Copyright 1993, by Stanley W. Paher. Published by Nevada Publications, PO Box 15444, Las Vegas, Nevada 89114. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-913814-10-5.
22. Rhyolite, (Nevada), Death Valley’s Ghostly City of Golden Dreams, by Harold and Lucile Weight. Copyright 1953 and 1970, by The Calico Press. Published by The Calico Press, Twentynine Palms, California. Printed in USA. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 79-113500.
23. Sierra Nevada Byways, 51 of Sierra Nevada’s Best Backcountry Drives, Wilderness Press, by Tony Huegal, 172 pages. Copyright 1994, 2001 and 2008, by Tony Huegal. Published by Wilderness Press, 1200 5th Street, Berkeley, California 94170, 800-443-7227, info@wildernesspress.com, http://www.wildernesspress.com. ISBN: 978-0-89997-473-6.
24. Silver Stampede, Treasure Strike in Death Valley’s Hell-Camp Old Panamint, by Neill C. Wilson, 244 pages. Copyright 1937, by The MacMillan Company. A Comstock Edition. Published by Ballantine Books, A division of Random House, Inc., 201 East 50th Street, New York, New York 10022. Printed in USA. SBN: 345-23854-0-150.
25. The Desert Magazine, Subject Index, All 534 Issues, November 1937 to June/July 1985 plus all 50issues of American Desert magazine, November/December 1992 to Fall 1993, Second Edition, by Tom Budlong and Joan Brooks. Copyright 1997, by Tom Budlong and Joan Brooks. Published by Neal W. Samson, 14052 Pear Street, Riverside, California, 92508, (July, 2007), http://www.ivanpah@sbcglobal.net, ivanpah@sbcglobal.net. ISBN: 0-9779213-0-1 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 2006926249.
26. The High Sierra, Peaks – Passes – Trails, Third edition, by R.J. Secor, 501 pages. Copyright 1992, 1999 and 2009, by R. J. Secor. Published by The Mountaineers Books, 1001 SW Klickitat Way, Suite 201, Seattle, Washington 98134. Manufactured in Canada. ISBN: 978-0-89886-971-2.
27. Treasures of the Dead, by Ben T. Traywick, 108 pages. Copyright 1967, by The Tombstone Epitaph, Tombstone, Arizona. No ISBN.

California – Lost Pegleg’s Gold Books

1. Famous Lost Mines of the Old West, edited by John H. Latham, 208 pages. Copyright 1971, by True Treasure Publications, Inc., PO Drawer L, Conroe, Texas 77301. No ISBN.
2. Forgotten Mines and Treasures of the Great Southwest, by Wayne Winters. Copyright 1972, Published by Tombstone Publishing Co., Box 657, Tombstone, Arizona, 85638. Distributed by Gem Guides Book Co., 5409 Lenvale Avenue, Whittier, California 90601. No ISBN.
3. Golden Mirages, by Philip A. Bailey. Copyright 1940 and 1968, by Philip A. Bailey. Published by Acoma Books, PO Box 4, Ramona, California 92065. No ISBN.
4. Legends and Lies, Great Mysteries of the American West, Dale L. Walker. Copyright 1997, by Dale L. Walker. A Forge Book, Published by Tom Doherty associates, Inc., 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10010. ISBN: 0-312-86848-0.
5. Lost Bonanzas, Tales of the Legendary Lost Mines of the American West, Harry Sinclair Drago. Copyright 1956, by Harry Sinclair Drago. Published by Bramhall House, a division of Clarkson N. Potter, Inc., New York, New York. Printed in USA. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 66-20451.
6. Lost Gold and Silver Mines of the Southwest, Eugene L. Conrotto. Copyright 1963 and 1991, by Eugene L. Conrotto. Published by Dover Publications, Inc., 31 East 2nd Street, Mineola, New York 11501. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-486-29275-4.
7. Lost Gold and Silver Mines of the Southwest, Eugene L. Conrotto. Copyright 1963 and 1991, by Eugene L. Conrotto. Published by Dover Publications, Inc., 31 East 2nd Street, Mineola, New York 11501. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-486-29275-4.
8. Lost Ledges of the West, by H. Glenn Carson, 96 pages. No copyright. No ISBN.
9. Lost Legends of the West, True Stories of Buried Treasure and Strange Happenings, by Brad Williams and Choral Pepper. Copyright 1970, by Brad Williams and Choral Pepper. Published by Ballantine Books, Inc., 201 East 50th Street, New York, New York 10022. Printed in USA. SBN: 345-22784-0-125 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 70-80368.
10. Lost Mines and Buried Treasure of the West, Bibliography and Place Names – from Kansas West to California, Oregon, Washington and Mexico, by Thomas Probert. Copyright 1977, by Thomas Probert. Published by University of California Press, Ltd., Berkeley, Los Angeles, California and London, England, United Kingdom. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-520-03327-2 and L.O.C.C.C.C. Number: 76-24596.
11. Lost Mines and Hidden Treasure, by Leland Lovelace. Copyright 1956, by The Naylor Company, San Antonio, Texas. No ISBN.
12. Lost Mines of the Great Southwest, by John D. Mitchell, 4th Printing, first published in 1933. Copyright 1970 and 1979, by The Rio Grande Press, Inc., Glorieta, New Mexico, 87535. SBN: 87380-013-3 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 70-114964.
13. Lost Mines of the Old West, by Howard D. Clark. Copyright 1946, by Ray Hetherington, Ray’s Western Book & Magazine Shop, 331 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, California. Published by Ghost Town Press. No ISBN.
14. Lost Mines, Fabulous Uranium and Buried Treasures of the Southwest with Map Locations, by R. W. McAllister. Copyright 1953, by R. W. McAllister. Published by Thomas Brothers, 2560 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles, California, Normandy 2-5589. No ISBN.
15. Pegleg’s Lost Gold, by Jesse Rascoe. Copyright 1973, by Ed Bartholomew. Published by Frontier Book Company, Fort Davis, Texas, 79734. No ISBN.
16. The Desert Magazine, Subject Index, All 534 Issues, November 1937 to June/July 1985 plus all 50issues of American Desert magazine, November/December 1992 to Fall 1993, Second Edition, by Tom Budlong and Joan Brooks. Copyright 1997, by Tom Budlong and Joan Brooks. Published by Neal W. Samson, 14052 Pear Street, Riverside, California, 92508, (July, 2007), http://www.ivanpah@sbcglobal.net, ivanpah@sbcglobal.net. ISBN: 0-9779213-0-1 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 2006926249.
17. The Lost Black Nuggets of Pegleg…, Features a reprint of “Pegleg, to Date and Beyond,” an Out of Print Book by John Southworth. Copyright 1975, by John Southworth. Printed in USA. Published by Popular E Commerce, Inc., PO Box 1901, Boerne, Texas 78006, http://www.goldprospecting.net, and http://popularecommerce.com. No ISBN.
18. The West Lost Legends & Treasures, Mythical Characters, Stagecoach Stashes, Buried Bullion and Mysteries of Yore, by Brad Williams and Choral Pepper, 376 pages. Copyright 1970, by Brad Williams and Choral Pepper. Published by Promontory Press, A division of BBS Publishing Corporation, 252 West 38th Street, New York, New York 10018. ISBN: 10: 0-88394-102-3, 13: 978-0-88394-102-7 and L.O.C.C.C.C. Number: 2008923911.
19. The Wild West in American History, Gold Fever, by A. I. Lake. Copyright 1990, by Rourke Publications, Inc., Vero Beach, Florida 32964. ISBN: 0-88625-374-2.
20. Treasure! Bonanzas Worth a Billion Bucks, by Xanthus Carson. Copyright 1974, by Oscar T. Branson. Published by Treasure Chest Publications, Inc., 1850 West Grant Road, Suite 101, PO Box 5250, Tucson, Arizona 85703, Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-918080-37-1.
21. True Tales and Amazing Legends of the Old West, from the editors of True West Magazine. Copyright 2005, by True West Publishing, Inc. Published by Clarkson Potter Publishers, an imprint of Crown Publishing Group, a division of Random House, Inc., New York, New York, http://www.crownpublishing.com, http://www.clarksonpotter.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-307-23638-2.
22. Unsolved Mysteries of the Old West, by W. C. Jameson. Copyright 1999, by W. C. Jameson. Published by Republic of Texas Press, an imprint of Wordware Publishing, Inc., 2320 Los Rios Blvd., Plano, Texas 75074, 972-423-0090. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-55622-641-1.
23. Western Treasures Lost & Found, by Jesse Ed Rascoe. Copyright 1961, by Ed Bartholomew. Frontier Book Company, Toyahvale, Texas. No ISBN.
24. Western Treasures Notebook of Lost Mines and Buried Treasures, Over 100 Stories, Covers 11 Western States and Mexico, Written in concise fact filled style, a Must for every Treasure Hunter’s Research Library, by Jack Black and the editors of Western Treasures, 1st Printing. (Compiled from the private files of Western Treasures huge storehouse of facts on hidden hoards and lost bonanzas of the old west). Copyright 1966, by Ames Publishing Co., Tarzana, California. Printed in USA. No ISBN.
25. Whispering Sands, Stories of Gold Fever and The Western Desert, by Erle Stanley Gardner, 323 pages. Copyright 1981, by Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh. Published by William Morrow and Company, Inc., 105 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10016. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-688-00474-1.

California – Mojave Desert Treasure Books

1. Adventuring in the California Desert, A Sierra Club Guide, Completely Revised and Updated, by Lynne Foster, 496 pages. Copyright 1987-1997, by Lynne Foster. Published by Sierra Club Books, 85 Second Street, San Francisco, California 94105, http://www.sierraclub.org/books. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-87156-394-0.
2. Bodie to Calico, Ghost Towns of the Past & Historical Sites, Pictorial Guide to the Treasure Trails of the Early Pioneers, by G. Andrew Miller, 77 pages. Copyright 1999, Published by, Silver Spur Publishing, Camarillo, California 93012. Printed in USA. No ISBN.
3. California Desert Byways, 68 of California’s Best Backcountry Drives, Wilderness Press, by Tony Huegal, 218 pages. Copyright 1995, 2002 and 2007, by Tony Huegal. Published by Wilderness Press, 1200 5th Street, Berkeley, California 94170, 800-443-7227, info@wildernesspress.com, http://www.wildernesspress.com. ISBN: 978-0-89997-413-2.
4. California Trails, Desert Region, Mojave Desert, Death Valley, Barstow, Panamint Range, by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 337 pages. Copyright 2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., 1601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 290, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 978-1-930193-20-8.
5. California Trails, High Sierra Region, Yosemite, Stanislaus Forest, Mammoth Lakes, Bishop, Inyo National Forest by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 249 pages. Copyright 2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., 1601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 290, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 978-1-930193-21-5.
6. California Trails, South Coast Region, Trails Series, San Gabriel Mountains – San Bernardino – Anza-Borrego – Ocotillo – Mojave Desert, Second Printing, by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 254 pages. Copyright 2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., 1601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 290, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. ISBN: 978-1-930193-24-6.
7. Desert Gem Trails, by Mary Frances Strong, 2nd Edition, revised. Copyright 1971, by Gem Guides Book Company, 315 Cloverleaf Drive, Suite F, Baldwin Park, California, 91706, SBN: 910652-15-5.
8. Ghost Towns of the Kern and Eastern Sierra, A Concise Guide, by Alan Hensher and Jack Peskin, 32 pages. Copyright 1980, by Alan Hensher and Jack Peskin, 5456 ½ Village Green, Los Angeles, California 90016. No ISBN.
9. Ghost Towns of the Mojave Desert, A Concise and Illustrated Guide, by Alan Hensher, 63 pages. Copyright 1991, by Alan Hensher. Published by California Classics Books, Los Angeles, California. ISBN: 1-879395-07-X.
10. Guide to 50 Interesting and Mysterious Sites in the Mojave, Volume I, by Bill Mann, 95 pages. Copyright 1998 and 2000, by William Jack Mann. Published by Shortfuse Publishing Company, 30 Hilltop Terrace, Barstow, California 92311. Printed by Jostens, Inc., Visalia, California, USA. ISBN: 9-66794702-5.
11. Guide to 50 Interesting and Mysterious Sites in the Mojave, Volume 2, by Bill Mann, 95 pages. Copyright 1999, by William J. Mann. Published by Shortfuse Publishing Company, 30 Hilltop Terrace, Barstow, California 92311. Printed by Jostens, Inc., Visalia, California, USA. ISBN: 9-66794702-5.
12. Guide to the Beautiful and Historic Lucerne Valley and Vicinity, Volume 5, by Bill Mann, 107 pages. Copyright 2003, by William J. Mann. Published by Shortfuse Publishing Company, 30 Hilltop Terrace, Barstow, California 92311. Printed by Jostens, Inc., Visalia, California, USA. ISBN: 9667947-4-5 and 13: 978-9667947-4-8.
13. Guide to the Calicos, Ghost Mining Camps and Scenic Areas, Volume 3, by Bill Mann, 120 pages. Copyright 2000, by William Jack Mann. Published by Shortfuse Publishing Company, 30 Hilltop Terrace, Barstow, California 92311. Printed by Jostens, Inc., Visalia, California, USA. ISBN: 0-9667947-2-9.
14. Guide to the Remote and Mysterious Saline Valley, Volume 4, by Bill Mann, 115 pages. Copyright 2002, by William J. Mann. Published by Shortfuse Publishing Company, 30 Hilltop Terrace, Barstow, California 92311. Printed by Jostens, Inc., Visalia, California, USA. ISBN: 0-9667947-3-7.
15. Inyo Mono Jeep Trails, by Roger Mitchell, 36 pages. Copyright 1969 and 1987, by Roger Mitchell. Published by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. Printed in USA. ISBN: 910836-33-8.
16. Inyo Mono SUV Trails, Volume I, The Western Mojave Desert, by Roger Mitchell, 295 pages. Copyright 2003, by Roger Mitchell. Published by Track & Trail Publications, PO Box 1247, Oakhurst, California 93644, http://www.trackandtrailpublications.com. ISBN: 0-9707115-3-0.
17. Mines and Geology of the Ransburg Area, An Historical Gem of the Mojave Desert, by D. D. Trent, First Edition. Copyright 2006, by D. D. Trent. Published by the San Diego Association of Geologists, PO Box 191126, San Diego, California 92159-1126, http://www.sandiegogeologists.org. ISBN: 0-916251-77-2.
18. Mines of the High Desert, by Ronald Dean Miller, Revised Edition. Copyright 1965 and 1968, Box 406, La Siesta, Glendale, California, 91209. Printed in USA. No ISBN.
19. Mines of the Mojave, by Ron Dean Miller and Peggy Jeanne Miller. Copyright 1976, Published by La Siesta, Box 406, Glendale, California, 91209, ISBN: 910856-57-5.
20. Mojave Desert Trails, by Florine Lawlor, 127 pages. Copyright 2004, by Spotted Dog Press, Inc., Box 1721, Bishop, California 93515-1721, 800-417-2790, http://www.SpottedDogPress.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 1-893343-03-0.
21. Mojave National Preserve, A Visitor’s Guide, by Cheri Rae & John McKinney, 239 pages. Copyright 1996, by Olympus Press, Santa Barbara, California. ISBN: 0-934161-18-6.
22. Mojave Road Guide, An Adventure Through Time, by Dennis G. Casebier, 160 pages. Copyright 1999, by Dennis G. Casebier. Published by Tales of the Mojave Road Publishing Company, Goffs Schoolhouse, 37198 Lanfair Road – Goffs Essex, California 92332. ISBN: 0-914224-29-8 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 97-60060.
23. Southern California SUV Trails, Volume I, The Western Mojave Desert, by Roger & Loris Mitchell, 296 pages. Copyright 2004, by Roger and Loris Mitchell. Published by Track & Trail Publications, PO Box 1247, Oakhurst, California 93644, http://www.trackandtrailpublications.com. ISBN: 0-9707115-6-5.
24. Southern California SUV Trails, Volume II, The Eastern Mojave Desert, by Roger & Loris Mitchell, 360 pages. Copyright 2007, by Roger and Loris Mitchell. Published by Track & Trail Publications, PO Box 1247, Oakhurst, California 93644, http://www.trackandtrailpublications.com. ISBN: 978-0-9789978-0-9.
25. Tales of the Mojave Road, The Military, by Dennis G. Casebier, 238 pages. Copyright 2007, by Mojave Desert Heritage & Cultural Association, Goffs Schoolhouse, 37198 Lanfair Road, G-15, Essex, California 92332, http://www.mdhca.org. ISBN: 13: 978-0-914224-36-5 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 2006909507.
26. The Desert Magazine, Subject Index, All 534 Issues, November 1937 to June/July 1985 plus all 50issues of American Desert magazine, November/December 1992 to Fall 1993, Second Edition, by Tom Budlong and Joan Brooks. Copyright 1997, by Tom Budlong and Joan Brooks. Published by Neal W. Samson, 14052 Pear Street, Riverside, California, 92508, (July, 2007), http://www.ivanpah@sbcglobal.net, ivanpah@sbcglobal.net. ISBN: 0-9779213-0-1 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 2006926249.

California – Northern California including the Mother lode Treasure Books

1. 4-Wheeler’s Guide to the Rubicon Trail, by William C. Teie, 62 pages. Copyright 1998, by William C. Teie. Published by Deer Valley Press, 5125 Deer Valley Road, Rescue, California 95672, 530-676-7401, firebook@el-dorado.ca.us. Printed by Commerce Printing Service, Sacramento, California in the USA. ISBN: 0-9640709-5-2 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 97-78131.
2. 4-Wheeler’s Guide, Trails of the Tahoe National Forest, by William C. Teie, 62 pages. Copyright 2001, by William C. Teie. Published by Deer Valley Press, 5125 Deer Valley Road, Rescue, California 95672, 530-676-7401, firebook@el-dorado.ca.us. Printed by Commerce Printing Service, Sacramento, California in the USA. ISBN: 0-9640709-7-9 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 00-190061.
3. 50-Hiking Trails, Lassen, Tahoe, Carson Pass, by Don & Roberta Lowe. Copyright 1987, by Don & Roberta Lowe. Published by The TouchStone Press, PO Box 81, Beaverton, Oregon, 97075. ISBN: 0-911518-74-6.
4. A Sunset Travel Book, Gold Rush Country, Guide to California’s Colorful Mining Past, remnants and restorations, historical background, recreational activities, Research and text by Barbara Braasch, Fourth edition, 128 pages. Copyright 1972, by Lane Publishing Co., Menlo Park, California 94025. Lithographed in USA. ISBN: 75-180518.
5. Backcountry Adventure Northern California, includes GPS Coordinates, by Peter Massey and Jeanne Wilson, 634 pages. Copyright 2002-2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., PO Box 519, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104. Printed in Korea. ISBN: 1-930193-25-4.
6. Backroads of Northern California, Your Guide to Northern California’s Most Scenic Backroads Tours, A Pictorial Discovery Guide, by David M. Wyman, 176 pages. Copyright 2000, by David M. Wyman. Published by Voyageur Press, Inc., 123 North Second Street or PO Box 338, Stillwater, Minnesota 55082, books@voyageurpress.com, http://www.voyageurpress.com. Printed in Hong Kong. ISBN: 0-89658-482-8 and 0-89658-407-0.
7. California Trails, North Coast Region, included GPS coordinates, by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 247 pages. Copyright 2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., 1601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 290, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 13: 978-1-930193-22-2 and 1-930193-22-X.
8. California Trails, Northern Sierra Region, Trails Series, Gold Country – Lake Tahoe – Susanville – Lassen National Park – Sonora, Second Printing, by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 359 pages. Copyright 2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., 1601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 290, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. ISBN: 978-1-930193-23-9.
9. California’s Gold Rush Country, A Guide to the Best of the Mother Lode, by Barbara Braasch, First Edition. Copyright 1996, by Barbara Braasch. Published by JASI, Johnston Associates International, PO Box 313, Medina, Washington 98039, (206) 454-3490. ISBN: 1-881409-14-7.
10. Gem Trails of Northern California, Expanded, Revised edition, by James R. Mitchell, 192 pages. Copyright 2005, by Gem Guides Book Co., 315 Cloverleaf Drive, Suite F, Baldwin Park, California 91706. ISBN 10: 1-889786-28-4; 13: 978-1-889786-28-5 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 2005927826.
11. Gold Fever, California’s Gold Rush, An American Icon, A Close-up Guide, by Carl Nolte, 33 pages. Copyright 2000, by Air photo International Ltd. Published by Odyssey Publications Ltd., Hong Kong, odyssey@asianonline.net. Printed in China, by Twin Age Limited. ISBN: 962-217-636-4.
12. Gold Fever, Tales from the California Gold Rush, by Rosalyn Schanzer. Copyright 1999, by Rosalyn Schanzer. Published by National Geographic Society, 1145 17th Street MW, Washington DC 20036, 1-800-NGS-LINE, http://www.nationalgeographic.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 978-14263-0040-0.
13. Gold Nugget-Teering in Northern California, Happy Camp-Siskiyou County Northern California Placer Mining District, with Maps ‘N Directions to the each Site, by Delos Toole, 140 pages. Copyright 2001, by Delos Toole, 2120 Robins Lane SE, space No. 190, Salem, Oregon 97306, DelosToole@earthlink.com, http://www.DelosTooleAuthor.com. ISBN: 09654559-6-3 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 00-091433.
14. Gold Rush Country, Guide to California’s Colorful Mining Past, A Sunset Travel Book, 128 pages. Copyright April 1997, by Lane Publishing Co., Menlo Park, California 94025. Lithographed in USA. ISBN: 0-376-06254-1 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 75-180715.
15. Guide to Northern California Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails, Easy Family Fun Runs, Moderate Sport Utility Adventures, Difficult Hard-Core Challenges, by Charles A. Wells, 286 pages. Copyright 2003, by FunTreks, Inc., PO Box 3127, Monument, Colorado 80132-3127, 1-877-222-7623, http://www.funtreks.com, books@funtreks.com. ISBN: 978-0-9664976-5-6 and L.O.C. Control No. 2004102760.
16. High Sierra SUV Trails, Volume III, The Far North Country, by Roger & Loris Mitchell, 296 pages. Copyright 2004, by Roger and Loris Mitchell. Published by Track & Trail Publications, PO Box 1247, Oakhurst, California 93644, http://www.trackandtrailpublications.com. ISBN: 0-9707115-5-7.
17. Mysteries of Tahoe, Lost Treasure, Historic Accounts of Sunken, Buried or Lost Treasures, 25 Photos & 10 Maps Reveal Ghost Towns & Lost Mines, by Anthony M. Belli, 59 pages. Copyright 2005, by Anthony M. Belli. Published by Belli Research & Publishing, 6163-B Pony Express Trail, Suite 3, Pollock Pines, California 95726-9649, 530-644-1533, Anthony-Belli@comcast.net. ISBN: 1-411662-44-X and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 2006905053.
18. Northern California, Off the Beaten path, A Guide to Unique Places, Insiders’ Guide, by Mark R. Williams, 228 pages. Copyright 1989, 1996, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2005 and 2007, by Mark R. Williams. Published by The Globe Perquot Press, PO Box 480, Guilford, Connecticut 06437, 800-963-0973, extension 4551, premiuns@GlobePequot.com. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 978-0-7627-4426-8.
19. Sierra Nevada Byways, 51 of Sierra Nevada’s Best Backcountry Drives, Wilderness Press, by Tony Huegal, 172 pages. Copyright 1994, 2001 and 2008, by Tony Huegal. Published by Wilderness Press, 1200 5th Street, Berkeley, California 94170, 800-443-7227, info@wildernesspress.com, http://www.wildernesspress.com. ISBN: 978-0-89997-473-6.
20. Six Months in the Gold Mines, From a Journal of Three Years Residence in Upper and Lower California, 1847-48-49, by Edward Gould Buffum, 130 pages. Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard 1850. Copyright 2000, by James Stevenson Publisher, Fairfield, California, 707-469-0237, jimstevenson@jspub.com, http://www.jspub.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 1-885852-14-2.
21. The Gold Rush, Buried Treasure, Trailblazer of the West, High Interest Books, by Barbara A. Somerville, 48 pages. Copyright 2005, by Rosen Book Works, Inc. Published by Children’s Press. A Division of Scholastic Inc., New York, New York. Printed in China. ISBN: 0-516-25129-5.
22. The Mother Lode, Automobile Club of Southern California. Copyright 1993, by AAA, Travel Publications department, 2601 South Figueroa, Los Angeles, California, 90007. No ISBN.
23. The Motherlode, A Pictorial Guide to California’s Gold Rush Country, by Charles Moore, 132 pages. Copyright 1983, by Charles Moore. Published by Chronicle Books, 870 Market Street, San Francisco, California 94102. ISBN: 0-87701-247-4.
24. Traveling California’s Gold Rush Country, A Falcon Guide, by Leslie A. Kelly. Copyright by 1997, by Falcon Publishing Co., Inc., Helena, Montana, http://www.falconguide.com. ISBN: 1-56044-484-3.
25. Treasures of the Dead, by Ben T. Traywick, 108 pages. Copyright 1967, by The Tombstone Epitaph, Tombstone, Arizona. No ISBN.
26. Where to Find Gold in Northern California, by James Klein. Copyright 2000, by James Klein. Published by Gem Guides Book Co., 315 Cloverleaf Drive, Suite F, Baldwin Park, California 91706. ISBN: 1-889786-05-5 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 99-73309.

California – Sierra Nevada Mountains Treasure Books

1. Bodie to Calico, Ghost Towns of the Past & Historical Sites, Pictorial Guide to the Treasure Trails of the Early Pioneers, by G. Andrew Miller, 77 pages. Copyright 1999, Published by, Silver Spur Publishing, Camarillo, California 93012. Printed in USA. No ISBN.
2. California Trails, Central Mountains Region, Trails Series, Jawbone Canyon – Sequoia National Forest – Big Sur – Sierra Madre Mountains, Second Printing, by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 305 pages. Copyright 2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., 1601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 290, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. ISBN: 978-1-930193-19-2.
3. California Trails, High Sierra Region, Yosemite, Stanislaus Forest, Mammoth Lakes, Bishop, Inyo National Forest by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 249 pages. Copyright 2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., 1601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 290, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 978-1-930193-21-5.
4. California Trails, Northern Sierra Region, Trails Series, Gold Country – Lake Tahoe – Susanville – Lassen National Park – Sonora, Second Printing, by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 359 pages. Copyright 2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., 1601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 290, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. ISBN: 978-1-930193-23-9.
5. Death Valley to Yosemite, Frontier Mining Camps & Ghost Towns, The Men, The Women, Their Mines & Stories, by L. Burr Beldon & Mary DeDecker, 192 pages. Copyright 2000, by Spotted Dog Press, Inc., Bishop, California. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-9647530-8-1.
6. Desert Peaks Guide, Part I, Death Valley Country, by Walt Wheelock, 40 pages. Copyright 1962 and 1964. Published by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. Printed in USA. Printed in USA. No ISBN.
7. Desert Peaks Guide, Part II, Death Valley Country, by Walt Wheelock, 48 pages. Copyright 1975. Published by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. Printed in USA. Printed in USA. ISBN: 910856-55-9.
8. Eastern California Treasure Hunters, Ghost Town Guide, Compiled by Theron Fox. Copyright 1979, by Stanley W. Paher, Nevada Publications, Box 15444, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89114. No ISBN.
9. Eastern Sierra Jeep Trails, by Roger Mitchell, 36 pages. Copyright 1990, by Roger Mitchell. Published by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. Printed in USA. ISBN: 91836-39-7.
10. Exploring the Sierra Vista National Scenic Byway, Hidden Heart of the Central Sierra, Sierra Nevada Adventures, by Roger & Loris Mitchell, 148 pages. Copyright 2006, by Roger and Loris Mitchell. Published by Track & Trail Publications, PO Box 1247, Oakhurst, California 93644. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-9707115-8-1.
11. Ghost Mines of Yosemite, by Douglass Hubbard, 9 pages. No copyright. Printed by Awani Press, PO Box 881, Fredericksburg, Texas 78624. Printed in USA. No ISBN.
12. Ghost Towns of the Kern and Eastern Sierra, A Concise Guide, by Alan Hensher and Jack Peskin, 32 pages. Copyright 1980, by Alan Hensher and Jack Peskin, 5456 ½ Village Green, Los Angeles, California 90016. No ISBN.
13. High Sierra SUV Trails, Volume I, The East Side, by Roger Mitchell, 231 pages. Copyright 2002, by Roger Mitchell. Published by Track & Trail Publications, PO Box 1247, Oakhurst, California 93644, http://www.trackandtrailpublications.com. ISBN: 0-9707115-1-4.
14. High Sierra SUV Trails, Volume II, The Western Slope, by Roger Mitchell, 262 pages. Copyright 2002, by Roger Mitchell. Published by Track & Trail Publications, PO Box 1247, Oakhurst, California 93644, http://www.trackandtrailpublications.com. ISBN: 0-9707115-2-2.
15. High Sierra SUV Trails, Volume III, The Far North Country, by Roger & Loris Mitchell, 296 pages. Copyright 2004, by Roger and Loris Mitchell. Published by Track & Trail Publications, PO Box 1247, Oakhurst, California 93644, http://www.trackandtrailpublications.com. ISBN: 0-9707115-5-7.
Inyo Mono Jeep Trails, by Roger Mitchell, 36 pages. Copyright 1969 and 1987, by Roger Mitchell. Published by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. Printed in USA. ISBN: 910836-33-8.
16. Mount Whitney, The Complete Trailhead-To-Summit Guide, Second edition, by Paul Richins, Jr., 251 pages. Copyright 2008, by Paul Richins, Jr. Published by The Mountaineer Books, 1001 SW Klickitat Way, Suite 201, Seattle, Washington 98134. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 978-1-59485-042-4.
17. Mysteries of Tahoe, Lost Treasure, Historic Accounts of Sunken, Buried or Lost Treasures, 25 Photos & 10 Maps Reveal Ghost Towns & Lost Mines, by Anthony M. Belli, 59 pages. Copyright 2005, by Anthony M. Belli. Published by Belli Research & Publishing, 6163-B Pony Express Trail, Suite 3, Pollock Pines, California 95726-9649, 530-644-1533, Anthony-Belli@comcast.net. ISBN: 1-411662-44-X and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 2006905053.
18. Sierra Nevada Byways, 51 of Sierra Nevada’s Best Backcountry Drives, Wilderness Press, by Tony Huegal, 172 pages. Copyright 1994, 2001 and 2008, by Tony Huegal. Published by Wilderness Press, 1200 5th Street, Berkeley, California 94170, 800-443-7227, info@wildernesspress.com, http://www.wildernesspress.com. ISBN: 978-0-89997-473-6.
19. The High Sierra, Peaks – Passes – Trails, Third edition, by R.J. Secor, 501 pages. Copyright 1992, 1999 and 2009, by R. J. Secor. Published by The Mountaineers Books, 1001 SW Klickitat Way, Suite 201, Seattle, Washington 98134. Manufactured in Canada. ISBN: 978-0-89886-971-2.
20. Treasures of the Dead, by Ben T. Traywick, 108 pages. Copyright 1967, by The Tombstone Epitaph, Tombstone, Arizona. No ISBN.
21. Western Sierra Jeep Trails, by Roger Mitchell, 71 pages. Copyright 1974 and 1983, by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California 91209. Printed in USA. ISBN: 910856-63-X.

California – Southern California Treasure Books

1. “Western World,” featuring Lost Mines…Buried Treasure…True Tales…In San Diego County, by Bob Lee, 65 pages. Copyright 1983, Bob Lee. No ISBN.
2. 4-Wheeler’s Guide Trails of the San Bernardino Mountains, EBook edition, by William C. Teie, 62 pages. Copyright 2008, by William C. Teie. Published by Deer Valley Press, 5125 Deer Valley Road, Rescue, California 95672, 530-676-7401, firebook@el-dorado.ca.us. ISBN: 978-1-931301-22-0.
3. A Good Camp, Gold Mines of Julian and the Cuyamacas, by Leland Feyzer, 105 pages. Copyright 2002, by Leland Fetzer. Published by PO Box 191126, San Diego, California 92159-1126, 619-258-4911, http://www.sunbeltpub.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-932653-48-0.
4. Backcountry Adventure Southern California, includes GPS Coordinates, by Peter Massey and Jeanne Wilson, 637 pages. Copyright 2002, by Swagman Publishing, Inc., PO Box 519, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104. Printed in Korea. ISBN: 1-930193-04-1.
5. Backroads of Southern California, Your Guide to Southern California’s Most Scenic Backroad Adventures, by David M. Wyman, 160 pages. Copyright 2005, by David M. Wyman. Published by Voyageur Press, Inc., 123 North Second Street or PO Box 338, Stillwater, Minnesota 55082, books@voyageurpress.com, http://www.voyageurpress.com. Printed in China. ISBN: 0-89658-058-X.
6. California Trails, Central Mountains Region, Trails Series, Jawbone Canyon – Sequoia National Forest – Big Sur – Sierra Madre Mountains, Second Printing, by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 304 pages. Copyright 2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., 1601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 290, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. ISBN: 978-1-930193-19-2.
7. California Trails, South Coast Region, Trails Series, San Gabriel Mountains – San Bernardino – Anza-Borrego – Ocotillo – Mojave Desert, Second Printing, by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 254 pages. Copyright 2006, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., 1601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 290, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. ISBN: 978-1-930193-24-6.
8. Detecting Southern California Beaches, by Donald A. Barthel, 3rd Revised Edition. No copyright. No ISBN.
9. Gem Trails of Southern California, Expanded, Revised edition, by James R. Mitchell, 213 pages. Copyright 2003, Gem Guides Book Co., 315 Cloverleaf Drive, # F, Baldwin Park, California, 91706, http://www.gemguidesbooks.com, gembooks@aol.com. No ISBN.
10. Guide to Southern California Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails, Easy Family Fun Runs, Moderate Sport Utility Adventures, Difficult Hard-Core Challenges, by Charles A. Wells. Copyright 2003, by FunTreks, Inc., PO Box 3127, Monument, Colorado 80132-3127, 1-877-222-7623, http://www.funtreks.com, books@funtreks.com. ISBN: 0-9664976-4-3 and L.O.C. Control Number: 2002117630.
11. Guide to the Big Bear and it’s Hidden Treasures, Volume 6, by Bill Mann, 98 pages. Copyright 2005, by William J. Mann. Published by Shortfuse Publishing Company, 30 Hilltop Terrace, Barstow, California 92311. Printed by Jostens, Inc., Visalia, California, USA. ISBN: 10: 1-9667947-5-3 and 13: 978-1-9667947-5-5.
12. Metal Detecting on West Coast Beaches, by Don Crosby and Laura Crosby. Copyright 2008. No ISBN.
13. Mines of San Bernardino, by John W. Robinson, 71 pages. Copyright 1977, by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California, 91209, ISBN 910856-64-8. Seller: Amazon.com, LLC, 1050 South Columbia Avenue, Campbellsville, Kentucky 42718, http://www.amazon.com. Order # 105-1081627-7076237. Sold 7/3/2009 for $ 9.40, ($ 9.40 plus $ 0.00 s/h). 1-New paperback. In Box # TB8.
14. Mines of the San Gabriel, by John W. Robinson. Copyright 1973, by La Siesta Press, Box 406, Glendale, California, 91209, ISBN: 910856-52-4.
15. Six Months in the Gold Mines, From a Journal of Three Years Residence in Upper and Lower California, 1847-48-49, by Edward Gould Buffum, 130 pages. Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard 1850. Copyright 2000, by James Stevenson Publisher, Fairfield, California, 707-469-0237, jimstevenson@jspub.com, http://www.jspub.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 1-885852-14-2.
16. Southern California SUV Trails, Volume I, The Western Mojave Desert, by Roger & Loris Mitchell, 296 pages. Copyright 2004, by Roger and Loris Mitchell. Published by Track & Trail Publications, PO Box 1247, Oakhurst, California 93644, http://www.trackandtrailpublications.com. ISBN: 0-9707115-6-5.
17. Southern California SUV Trails, Volume II, The Eastern Mojave Desert, by Roger & Loris Mitchell, 360 pages. Copyright 2007, by Roger and Loris Mitchell. Published by Track & Trail Publications, PO Box 1247, Oakhurst, California 93644, http://www.trackandtrailpublications.com. ISBN: 978-0-9789978-0-9.
18. Southern California Treasures, by Jesse Rascoe. Copyright 1969, by Ed Bartholomew, 174 pages. Published by Frontier Book Co., Fort Davis, Texas 79734. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 78-86347.
19. Southern California, Off The Beaten Path, A Guide to Unique Places, Insider’s Guide, by Kathy Strong, 242 pages. Copyright 1989, 1995, 1999, 2001, 2005 and 2007, by Kathy Strong. Published by The Globe Perquot Press, PO Box 480, Guilford, Connecticut 06437, 800-963-0973, extension 4551, premiuns@GlobePequot.com. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 13: 978-0-7627-4429-9.
20. Southern California, Treasure Hunter’s Guide to Butterfield Stage Stations 1857-1879, by Gerald T. Ahnert, 58 pages. Copyright January 1992, by Gerald T. Ahnert. Distributed by Jerry’s Treasure Den, Geddes Plaza, 527 Charles Avenue, Syracuse, New York 13209, 315-468-3615. No ISBN.
21. Southern California’s Best Ghost Towns, A Practical Guide, by Philip Varney. Copyright 1990 and 1994, by the University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma. Printed in USA. ISBN: 978-0-8061-2608-1.
22. Trails of the Angeles, 100 Hikes in the San Gabriels, by John W. Robinson, 4th Edition, new, revised edition. Copyright 1971, 1973, 1976 and 1979, by John W. Robinson. Published by Wilderness Press, 2440 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, California 94704. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 911824-84-7 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 78-65936.
23. Treasures of the Dead, by Ben T. Traywick, 108 pages. Copyright 1967, by The Tombstone Epitaph, Tombstone, Arizona. No ISBN.
24. Where to Find Gold in Southern California, by James Klein. Copyright 1975, by James Klein. Published by Ward Ritchie Press, Pasadena, California. ISBN: 0378-03111-2 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 74-28535.

Canada Trails

1. The Great North Trail, America’s Route of the Route, by Dan Cushman, 383 pages. Copyright 1966, by Dan Cushman. Published by Mc-Graw-Hill Book Company, New York, New York. Printed in USA. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 65-19083.

Canada Treasure Books

1. Alaska, The Yukon and Ghost Towns, British Columbia, by Lambert Florin, 72 pages. Copyright 1971, by Superior Publishing Company, 708 Sixth Avenue North, Seattle, Washington 98109. Printed in USA. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 72-160186.
2. Buried Treasures, The History of Elnora, Pine-Lake and Huxley. Published by Elnora History Committee, Elnora, Alberta, Canada. Printed by D. W. Freisen & Sons Ltd., Calgary, Alberta, Canada. SBN: 0-9192212-21-2.
3. Canada’s Buried Treasure, The Story of the Minerals and their Discovery, by Bernard L. McEvoy. Copyright 1968, by Bernard L. McEvoy, 127 pages. Published by The Canadian Publishers McClelland and Stewart Limited, 25 Hollinger Road, Toronto 16, Canada. Printed and bound in England, by Hazell Watson & Viney Ltd. No ISBN.
4. Canadian Treasure Trove, Volume One, First in a Series of True Stories on Lost, Sunken or Buried Treasure from Canada’s Ten Provinces, the Yukon & North West Territories, by Garnet Basque. Copyright 1973. Published by Garnet Publishing Co., PO Box 2071, Vancouver 3, British Columbia, Canada. No ISBN.
5. Collectors Guide to BC Indian Artifact Sites, Over 160 Locations, By L. Lazeo. Copyright 1970, by L. Lazeo, 34 pages. No ISBN.
6. Four-Wheeling on Southern Vancouver Island, Victoria to Tofino, by David Lee & Keith Thirkell, 174 pages. Copyright 1997, by David Lee. Published by Harbour Publishing, PO Box 219, Madeira, BC V0N 2H0 Canada. Printed and bound in Canada. ISBN: 1-55017-156-9.
7. Gem Trails of British Columbia, by Cam Bacon, 96 pages. Copyright 2002, by Cam Bacon. Published by Hancock House Publishers, 1431 Harrison Avenue, Blaine Washington 98230-5005, 604-538-1114, http://www.hancockhouse.com, sales@hancockhouse.com. Printed in Indonesia, by TK Printing. ISBN: 0-88839-498-5.
8. Ghost Towns & Mining Camps of the Boundary Country, by Garnet Basque, 151 pages. Copyright 1992 and 1999, by Sunfire Publications Limited. Published by Heritage House Publishing Ltd., Unit # 8, 17921 55th Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia V3S 6C4, Canada. Printed in Hong Kong. ISBN: 1-895811-82-1.
9. Ghost Towns & Mining Camps of Vancouver Island, by Garnet Basque, 104 pages. Copyright 1989 and 1999, by Sunfire Publications Limited. Published by Heritage House Publishing Ltd., Unit # 8, 17921 55th Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia V3S 6C4, Canada. Printed in Hong Kong. ISBN 1-895811-80-5.
10. Ghost Towns of Alberta, Company Town, Religious Settlement, Lumber and Mining Camps, Forts and sometimes, no more than a store and a grain elevator, This was a typical small Alberta Town at the turn of the century, by Harold Fryer, 190 pages. Copyright 1981, by Harold Fryer. Published by Mr. Paperback, PO Box 3399, Langsley, British Columbia V3A $R7. ISBN: 0-88983-039-8.
11. Gold Panning Fraser, Thompson, and Columbia River Systems, A Prospector’s Treasure Trail to Creeks of Gold, by Jim and Sue Lewis, 94+ pages. Copyright 2001, by Jim and Sue Lewis. Published Heritage House Publishing Company Ltd., Unit # 108-17665 – 66A Avenue, Surret, British Columbia V3S 2A7 Canada. Printed in Canada. ISBN: 1-894384-05-9.
12. Gold Panning Southwestern BC & Vancouver Island, A Prospector’s Treasure Trail to Creeks of Gold, by Jim Lewis and Charles Hart, 91+ pages. Copyright 1998, by Jim Lewis and Charles Hart. Published Heritage House Publishing Company Ltd., Unit # 108-17665 – 66A Avenue, Surret, British Columbia V3S 2A7 Canada. Printed in Canada. ISBN: 1-895811-60-0.
13. Gold Rush Fever, A story of the Klondike, 1898, by Barbara Greenwood. Copyright 2001, by Barbara Greenwood. Published by Kids Can Press, Ltd., 2250 Military Road, Tonawanda, New York 14150, http://www.kidscanpress.com. ISBN: 1-55074-852-1.
14. Gold-Fever Trail, A Klondike Adventure by Monica Hughes, 92 pages. Copyright 1974, by Monica Hughes. Published by J. M. LeBel Enterprises Ltd., PO Box 4224, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Printed in Canada. No ISBN.
15. Jack Mould and the Curse of Gold, Slumach’s Legend Lives on, by Elizabeth Hawkins, 2nd Printing. Copyright 1993, by Jack Mould. Published by Hancock House Publishers, 1431 Harrison Avenue, Box 959, Blaine, Washington 98231-0959, 206-354-6953. Printed in China. ISBN: 0-88839-281-8.
16. Klondike Fever, The Famous Gold Rush of 1898, by Michael Cooper. Copyright 1989, by Michael Cooper. Published by Clarion Books, a Houghton Mifflin Company imprint, 52 Vanderbilt Avenue, New York, New York 10017. ISBN: 0-89919-803-1.
17. Lost Bonanzas of Western Canada, Volume I, 13 True Stories of Lost Mines, Outlaw Loot from British Columbia, Alberta and the Northwest Territories, by Garnet Basque, 160 pages. Copyright 1990, by Sunfire Publications Limited. Published by Heritage House Publishing Company Ltd., 8-17921-55 Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada V3S 6C4. Printed in Hong Kong by Colorcraft Ltd. ISBN: 1-895811-40-6.
18. Lost Bonanzas of Western Canada, Volume II, 11 True Stories of Lost Mines, Outlaw Loot and Buried or Sunken Treasure from British Columbia and the Yukon, by Garnet Basque. Copyright 1994 and 1999, Sunfire Publications Limited. Published by Heritage House Publishing Company Ltd., Unit # 108, 17665 66A Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada V3S 2A7. Printed in Hong Kong. ISBN: 1-895811-86-4.
19. Lost Treasure in British Columbia, Lost Mines and Buried or Sunken Treasure, Treasure Book # 3, by Lawrence Andrew Lazeo, 48 pages. Copyright 1973, by L. Lazeo. No ISBN.
20. Seekers of Gold, by Daryl Friesen, (autographed), 116 pages. Copyright 2000, by Daryl Freisen. ISBN: 978-0-9739798-0-0.
21. The Big Dig, The $ 10 million search for Oak Island’s Legendary Treasure, The Hunt Continues for the World’s Fabulous prize!, by D’arcy O’Connor, 259 pages. Copyright 1978 and 1988, by D’arcy O’Connor. Published by Ballantine Books, a division of Random House, Inc., New York, New York. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-345-35558-X and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 77-21882.
22. The Klondike Fever, The Life and Death of the Last Great Gold Rush, by Pierre Berton, 457 pages. Copyright 1958, by Pierre Berton. Published by Carrol & Graf Publishers, A division of Avalon Publishing Group, Inc., 161 William Street, New York, New York 10038. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-88184-139-0.
23. Treasure Trails of British Columbia, Lost Mines and Buried or Sunken Treasure, Treasure Book # 1, by L. Lazeo, 36 pages. Copyright 1970, by L. Lazeo, 4340 Nottingham Road, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. No ISBN.
24. Treasure Trails of Western Canada, Lost Mines and Buried or Sunken Treasure, Treasure Book # 2, by Lawrence Andrew Lazeo, Collector’s First edition. Copyright 1972, by L. Lazeo. No publisher listed. No ISBN.
25. Treasures of Canada, by Alan E Samuel, Valerie Stevens, Lenore d’Anjou, Peter Maher and John de Visser. Copyright 1980, by Alan E Samuel, Valerie Stevens, Lenore d’Anjou, Peter Maher and John de Visser. Published by Samuel-Stevens, Publishers, Ltd, 554 Spadina Crescent, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2J9 Canada. Printed and bound in Canada. ISBN: 0-88866-606-3; 0-88866-607-1 and 0-88866-608-X.
26. Yukon Gold, High Hopes and Dashed Dreams, by James Preyde & Susan Preyde, 95 pages. Copyright 1995, by James Preyde and Susan Preyde. Published by Hancock House Publishers, 1431 Harrison Avenue, Blaine Washington 98230-5005, 604-538-1114, http://www.hancockhouse.com, sales@hancockhouse.com. Printed in Hong Kong, by Jade Productions. ISBN: 0-88839-362-8.
27. Yukon River Gold, by Ron Wendt, (autographed), 70 pages. Copyright 1993 and 1998, by Ron Wendt. Published by Goldstream Publications, PO Box 870624, Wasilla, Alaska 99687. Printed in Wasilla, Alaska, USA. ISBN: 1-886574-19-7.

Cheyenne-Deadwood Trail Books

1. Pioneer Trails West, Great Stories of the Westering Americans and the Trails they Followed, by Western Writers of America, Editor is Don Worchester, 292 pages. Copyright 1985, by the Western Writers of America. Published by The Caxton Printers, Ltd, Caldwell, Idaho 83605. Printed and bound in USA. ISBN: 0-87004-304-8.

Chihuahua Trail Books

1. New Mexico’s Royal Road, Trade and Travel on the Chihuahua Trail, by Max L. Moorhead, 234 pages. Copyright 1958, by the University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma. ISBN: 0-8061-2651-5.

Civil War, Indian Wars, Union, Confederate, Battlegrounds, Forts, Campgrounds, Indians and Relic Hunting Books

1. Along Texas Old Forts Trail, Rupert N. Richardson, B. W. Aston and Ira Donathan Taylor, 114 pages. Copyright 1972, by Rupert N. Richardson and 1990, by Rupert N. Richardson Research Center, B. W. Aston and Ira Donathan Taylor. Published by University of North Texas Press, PO Box 13856, Denton, Texas 76203-3856. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-929398-16-5.
2. Authentic Civil War Battle Sites, Land & Naval Engagements, Plus: Battlefield Maps; Corps Badges; Corps Engagements; Corps Commanders, Edited by E. S. “Rocky” Le Gaye. Copyright 1978, by E. S. Le Gaye. Published by Western Heritage Press, 1530 Bonnie Brae, Houston, Texas 77006. ISBN: 0-89351-016-5.
3. Civil War in the Ozarks, by Phillip W. Steele and Steve Cottrell, 136 pages. Copyright 1993, by Phillip W. Steele and Steve Cottrell. Published by Pelican Publishing Company, Inc., 1101 Monroe, Gretna, Louisiana 70053. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-88289-988-0.
4. Civil War in Indian Territory, by Steve Cottrell, 111 pages. Copyright 1995, by Steve Cottrell. Published by Pelican Publishing Company, Inc., 1101 Monroe, Gretna, Louisiana 70053. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 1-56554-110-3.
5. Civil War in Kansas, by Roy Bird, 152 pages. Copyright 2004, by Roy Bird, 152 pages. Published by Pelican Publishing Company, Inc., 1000 Burmaster Street, Gretna, Louisiana 70053. Printed in USA. ISBN: 1-58980-164-4.
6. Civil War in Tennessee, by Steve Cottrell, 144 pages. Copyright 2001, by Steve Cottrell. Published by Pelican Publishing Company, Inc., 1000 Burmaster Street, Gretna, Louisiana 70053. Printed in USA. ISBN: 1-56554-824-8.
7. Civil War in Texas and New Mexico Territory, by Steve Cottrell, 141 pages. Copyright 1998, by Steve Cottrell. Published by Pelican Publishing Company, Inc., 1000 Burmaster Street, Gretna, Louisiana 70053. Printed in USA. ISBN 1-56554-255-3.
8. Civil War Relic Hunting, A…to…Z, by Robert A Buttafuso. Copyright September 2000. Printed by Sheridon Books. No ISBN.
9. Civil War Tennessee, Battles and Leaders, by Thomas L. Connelly, 106 pages. Copyright 1979, by The University of Tennessee Press, Tennessee. Manufactured in USA. ISBN:0-87049-261-6.
10. Fort Reno and the Indian Frontier, by Stan Hoig, 285 pages. Published by 2000, by The University of Arkansas Press, Fayetteville, Arkansas. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 1-55728-622-1.
11. Forts and Battlefields of the Old West, by Lindor Reynolds. Copyright 1991, by M & M Books, 11 West 19th Street, New York, New York 10011. Published by The Mallard Press. ISBN: 0-7924-521-5-1.
12. Forts of the West, Military Forts and Presidos and Posts Commonly called Forts, West of the Mississippi River in 1898, by Robert W. Frazer, 246 pages. Copyright 1965 and 1972, by the University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-8061-1250-6.
13. Gone Diggin’, Memoirs of a Civil War Relic Hunter, by Toby Law. Copyright 2002, by Preston E. Law, Jr. Published by Publisher’s Press, Inc., PO Box 631, Orange, Virginia 22960. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-942365-13-8.
14. Guide to The Civil War in Tennessee, Prepared by the Civil War Centennial Commission, First edition 1960, 106 pages. Published by Division of Information, Department of Conservation, Nashville, Tennessee. No ISBN.
15. Montana Battlefields 1806-1877: Native Americans and the U.S. Army at War, by Barbara Fifer. Copyright 2005, by Barbara Fifer, 224 pages. Published by Farcountry Press, PO Box 5630, Helena, Montana 59604, 1-800-821-3874, http://www.farcountrypress.com. Printed in Canada. ISBN: 1-56037-309-1.
16. Old Forts of the Far West, Third in a Series about Historical Western Military Forts, by Herbert M. Hart. Copyright 1965, by Superior Publishing Company, Seattle, Washington. Printed in USA. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 65-23448.
17. Old Forts of the Northwest, First in a series on Western Forts, Historical Tour of Old Military Posts, by Herbert M. Hart. Copyright 1963, by Superior Publishing Company. Published by Bonanza Books, a division of Crown Publishers, Inc., One Park Avenue, New York, New York 10016. Manufactured in USA. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 63-15215.
18. Old Forts of the Southwest, Second in a series on Historical Western Military Forts, 1850-1890, by Herbert M. Hart, First Edition. Copyright 1964, by Superior Publishing Company, Seattle, Washington. Printed in USA. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 64-21316.
2. Pioneer Forts of the West, by Herbert M. Hart. Copyright 1967, by Superior Publishing Company, Seattle, Washington. Published by Bonanza Books, New York, New York. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-517-36953-2.
19. Pioneer Forts of the West, Fourth in a Series on Western Forts, a Historical tour, by Herbert M. Hart. Copyright 1967, by Superior Publishing Company, Seattle, Washington. Printed in USA. L.O.C.C.C. Number: 67-20241.
20. Ritual Ground, Bent’s Old Fort World Formation, and the Annexation of the Southwest, by Douglas C. Comer, 321 pages. Copyright 1996, by The Regents of the University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, California. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-520-20429-8.
21. Roadside Guide to Indian Ruins & Rock Art of the Southwest, by Gordon and Cathie Sullivan. Copyright 2005, by Gordon and Cathie Sullivan. Published by Westcliffe Publishers, Inc., PO Box 1261, Englewood, Colorado 80150, http://www.westcliffepublishers.com. Printed in China by Hing Yip Printing Co., Ltd. ISBN: 13: 978-1-56579-481-8, 10: 1-56579-481-8.
22. Tales of the Mojave Road, The Military, by Dennis G. Casebier, 238 pages. Copyright 2007, by Mojave Desert Heritage & Cultural Association, Goffs Schoolhouse, 37198 Lanfair Road, G-15, Essex, California 92332, http://www.mdhca.org. ISBN: 13: 978-0-914224-36-5 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 2006909507.
23. Texas Haunted Forts, by Elaine Coleman. Copyright 2001, by Elaine Coleman, 237 pages. Published by Republic of Texas Press, an imprint of Wordware Publishing, Inc., 2320 Los Rios Blvd., Plano, Texas 75074, 972-423-0090. No ISBN.
24. The Atlas of the Civil War, edited by James M. McPherson. Copyright 2005, by Colin Grower Enterprises. Published by Courage Books, an imprint of Running Press Book Publishers, 125 South Twenty-second Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103-4399. Printed in Hong Kong. ISBN 0-7624-2356-0 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 2004116695.
25. The Civil War in the American West, by Alvin M. Josephy, Jr. Copyright 1991, by Alvin M. Josephy, Jr. Published by Vintage Books, a division of Random House, Inc., New York, New York. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-679-74003-1.
26. The Civil War in the Western Territories, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah, by Ray C. Colton. Copyright 1959, by University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-8061-1902-0 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 59-7964.
27. Tour Guide to Old Forts of New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, & Colorado, by Herbert M. Hart, V. II. Copyright 1981, by Herbert M. Hart. Published by Pruett Publishing Co., 3235 Prairie Avenue, Boulder, Co., 80301. ISBN: 0-87108-581-X.
28. Tour Guide to Old Forts of Oregon, Idaho, Washington & California, Volume III, by Herbert M. Hart. Copyright 1981, by Herbert M. Hart. Published by Pruett Publishing Co., 3235 Prairie Avenue, Boulder, Colorado 80301 and The Old Army Press, PO Box 2243, Ft. Collins, Colorado 80522. ISBN: 0-87108-582-8.
29. Tour Guide to Old Western Forts, by Herbert M. Hart. Copyright 1980, by Herbert M. Hart. Published by Pruett Publishing Co., 3235 Prairie Avenue, Boulder, Colorado 80301 and The Old Army Press, PO Box 2243, Fort Collins, Colorado 80522. ISBN: 0-87108-568-2.
30. Tour Guide to the Old West, Settlements, Forts, Museums, Battlegrounds, Landmarks, Relics, Cowboys, Indians and Characters, by Alice Cromie, 464 pages. Copyright 1977, by Alice Cromie. Published by Quadrangle/The New York Book Company, Inc., Three Park Avenue, New York, New York 10016. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-8129-0641-1.

Civil War Treasure Books

1. How to Find the Treasures of the Knights of the Golden Circle, A Huge Fortune Buried around the country by Confederate Rebels to Finance another Civil War, by Dr. Roy William Roush, Ph.D., (autographed), 79 pages. Copyright July 2005. Published by Front Line Press, 818-888-9939, http://www.Knightsofthegoldencircle.net. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-9723072-7-3.
2. Rebel Gold, One Man’s Quest to crack the code behind the secret treasure of the Confederacy, by Warren Getler and Bob Brewer. Copyright 2003, by Warren Getler and Bob Brewer. Published by Simon & Schuster Paperbacks, Rockefeller Center, 1230 Avenues of the Americas, New York, New York 10020. Manufactured in the USA. ISBN: 0-7432-1968-6.
3. The Mysterious and Secret Order of the Knights of The Golden Circle, by Dr. Roy William Roush, Ph.D., (autographed), 131 pages. Copyright March 2005. Published by Front Line Press, http://www.Knightsofthegoldencircle.net. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-9723072-6-5.
4. Treasure Legends of the Civil War, by Charles Mills, 67 pages. Copyright 2002, by Charles Mills. Published by http://www.greatunpublished.com. ISBN: 1-58898-66-2.

Codes, Ciphers and Cryptic Communications Books

1. 100-Puzzles, Clues, Tantalizing Tales and Stories of Real Treasures, A Treasure’s Trove Puzzle Book Companion, First edition, by Michael Stadther, 112 pages. Copyright 2004, by Treasure Trove, Inc. ISBN: 0-9760618-1-3.
2. Codes, Secrets and Cryptic Communication, Making and Breaking Secret Messages from Hieroglyphs to the Internet, by Fred B. Wrixon, 704 pages. Copyright 1998, by Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, Inc., 151 West 19th Street, New York, New York 10011. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-7394-6013-7.

Coin Collecting Books

1. The Macuquina Code, A Numismatic and Spanish Colonial Translator for Collectors, Dealers, Traders and Shipwreck Treasure Enthusiasts, compiled by Agustin “Augi” Garcia-Barneche, autographed, 92 pages. Compiled in 2006. Published by Historic Real Treasures, PO Box 606, Great Falls, Virginia 22066, http://www.RealTreasures.com. No ISBN.

Coin Cleaning Books

1. Cleaning Coins & Artifacts, Conservation – Restoration – Presentation, by David Villanueva, 110 pages. Copyright 2008, by David Villanueva. Published by Greenlight Publishing, The Publishing House, 119 Newland Street, Witham. Essex CM8 1WF United Kingdom, Telephone 01376 521900, mail@greenlightpublishing.co.uk, http://www.greenlightpublishing.co.uk. Printed in Great Britain, United Kingdom. ISBN: 978-1-897738-337.
2. Coin/Relic Cleaning and Preservation, by Robert E. Granville. Copyright 1990, by Robert E. Granville. Published by BOBKATT Publishing Co., Sacramento, California. Manufactured in USA. No ISBN.

Coinshooting Books

1. Coin Hunting… in Depth, by Dick Stout. No copyright. Published by White’s Electronic, Inc., 1011 Pleasant Valley Road, Sweet Home, Oregon 97386, (541) 367-6121. No ISBN.
2. Coinshooting, Digging Deeper Coins, by H. Glenn Carson, 96 pages. Copyright 1982, by Carson Enterprises, Ltd., Drawer 71, Deming, New Mexico 88031-0071. ISBN: 0-941620-17-4.
3. Coinshooting, How and Where to do it, Using a metal detector effectively, by H. Glenn Carson. Copyright 1971, 1973, 1976 and 1979, by H. Glenn Carson. Published by Cache Press, 801 Juniper Avenue, Boulder, Colorado, 80302. Distributed by Gem Guides Book Co., 5409 Lenvale Avenue, Whittier, California 90601. No ISBN.
4. The New Successful Coin Hunting, by Charles Garrett. Copyright March 1989, by Charles Garrett. Published by Ram Publishing Company, PO Box 38649, Dallas, Texas 75238. L.O.C.C.C. No. 89-93045, ISBN: 0-915920-67-0.
5. The Sport of Coin Hunting with a Metal Detector, by Charles Garrett, First Printing, 84 pages. Copyright 2008, by Charles L. Garrett. Published by RAM Publishing Company, A subsidiary of Garrett Metal Detectors, 1881 West State Street, Garland, Texas 75042, http://www.garrett.com. ISBN: 13: 0-9818991-0-7.

Colorado Treasure Books

1. 4WD Adventures Colorado, How to Explore the Remote Grandeur of Colorado without getting Lost, by Peter Massey and Jeanne Wilson, 225 pages. Copyright 199-2004, by Swagman Publishing, Inc., PO Box 519, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104, 800-660-5107, http://www.4wdbooks.com. ISBN: 0-9665675-5-2.
2. A Quick History of Telluride, “Boom – Bust – Boom Again Town, by Rose Weber, 52 pages. Copyright 1974, by Rose Weber. Published by Little London Press, 716 East Washington Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado. ISBN: 0936564024 and 0-936564-02-4.
3. Across the Northern Frontier, Spanish Explorations in Colorado, by Phil Carson, 254 pages. Copyright 1998, by Phil Carson, 254 pages. Published by Johnson Books, 1880 South 57th Court, Boulder, Colorado 80301, books@jpcolorado.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 1-55566-216-1.
4. Backcountry Adventures Colorado, by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus, 567 pages. Copyright 2008, by Adler Publishing Company, Inc., PO Box 519, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104, 800-660-5107, http://www.4WDbooks.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 13: 978-1-930193-06-2 and 10: 1-930193-06-8.
1. bound in the USA. ISBN: 0-87004-021-9 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 63-7443.
5. Colorado Gem Trails and Mineral Guide, A Complete Guide with Maps and Mileage Logs, Third Revised edition, by Richard M. Pearl, 22 pages. Copyright 1958, 1965 and 1972, by Richard M. Pearl. Published by Swallow Press, Ohio University Press, Athens, Ohio. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-8040-0956-2 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 65-16515.
6. Colorado Ghost Towns and Mining Camps, by Sandra Dallas. Copyright 1985, by University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-8061-2084-3.
7. Colorado Ghost Towns, Past, Present, by Robert L. Brown, 322 pages. Copyright 1972, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho 83605. Lithograph and bound in USA. SBN 0-87004-218-1 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 77-140121.
8. Colorado Mining Stories, Hazards, Heroics & Humor, by Caroline Arlen, 176 pages. Copyright 2002 and 2003, by Caroline Arlen. Published by Western Reflections Publishing Company, 219 Main Street, Montrose, Colorado 81401, http://westernreflectionspub.com. Printed in USA. ISBN: 1-890437-74-3.
9. Colorado Treasure Tales, by W. C. Jameson. Copyright 2001, by W. C. Jameson. Published Caxton Press, 312 Main Street, Caldwell, Idaho 83605, http://www.caxtonpress.com. ISBN: 0-87004-402-8.
10. Colorado’s Lost Gold Mines and Buried Treasure, Bancroft Booklets, by Caroline Bancroft, assisted by Agnes Nafziger. Copyright 1961, by Caroline Bancroft. Published by Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado. No ISBN.
11. Gem Trails of Colorado, by James R. Mitchell, 224 pages. Copyright 2007, by Gem Guides Book Co., 315 Cloverleaf Drive, Suite F, Baldwin Park, California 91706. ISBN: 978-1-889786-41-4 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 2007938430.
12. Ghost Towns of Colorado, Your Guide to Colorado’s Historic Mining Camps and Ghost Towns, by Philip Varney. Copyright 1999, by Philip Varney. Published by Voyager Press, Inc., 123 North Second Street, PO Box 338, Stillwater, Minnesota 55082, 651-430-2210. ISBN: 0-89658-416-X.
13. Ghost Towns of the Colorado Rockies, by Robert L. Brown, 401 pages. Copyright 1968, by The Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho 83605. Printed and bound in USA. SBN: 87004-020-0 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 68-10099.
14. Ghost Towns, Colorado Style, Volume One – Northern Region, by Kenneth Jessen First edition. Copyright 1998, by Kenneth Jessen. Published by J. V. Publications, 2212 Flora Court, Loveland, Colorado 80537. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-9611662-8-2 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 98-66536.
15. Ghost Towns, Colorado Style, Volume Three – Southern Region, by Kenneth Jessen, 632 pages. Copyright 2001, by Kenneth Jessen. Published by J. V. Publications L.L.C., 2212 Flora Court, Loveland, Colorado 80537. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-961166-2-4-x and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 98-66536.
16. Ghost Towns, Colorado Style, Volume Two – Central Region, by Kenneth Jessen, First edition, 3rd printing. Copyright 1999, by Kenneth Jessen. Published by J. V. Publications, 2212Flora Court, Loveland, Colorado 80537. ISBN: 0-9611662-9-0 and L.O.C.C.C. No. 98-66536.
17. Guide to Colorado Ghost Towns and Mining Camps, Perry Eberhart, Fourth revised edition. Copyright 1959 and 1969, by Perry Eberthart. Published by Swallow Press Books/Ohio University Press, Athens, Ohio 45701. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-8040-1040-5 and L.O.C.C.C. Number: 83-242592.
18. Historic Central City, Gold! – – and now Glamour, Its Complete Story as Guide and Souvenir, by Caroline Bancroft, 48 pages. No copyright. Published by Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado. No ISBN.
19. Jeep Trails to Colorado Ghost Towns, by Robert L. Brown, 245 pages. Copyright 1963, by The Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho. Printed and
20. Mountains of Silver, The story of Colorado’s Red Mountain Mining District, by P. David Smith, 221 pages. Copyright 1994,by P. David Smith. Published by Pruett Publishing Company, Boulder, Colorado. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-87108-853-3.
21. Ritual Ground, Bent’s Old Fort World Formation, and the Annexation of the Southwest, by Douglas C. Comer, 321 pages. Copyright 1996, by The Regents of the University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, California. Printed in USA. ISBN: 0-520-20429-8.
22. Rockhounding Colorado, Second edition, A Falcon Guide, by William A. and Cora Kappels, 243 pages. Copyright 2004, by Morris Book Publishing, LLC, an imprint of The Globe Pequot Press, PO Box 480, Guilford, Connecticut 06437. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 13: 978-0-7627-2850-3.
23. Rocky Mountain Gold ‘N Gems Atlas, by Bob and Cy Johnson. Copyright 1984, by Robert N. Johnson. Published by Cy Johnson & Son, Box 288 – 435 N. Roop Street, Susanville, California, 96130. No ISBN.
24. Telluride, “From Pick to Power,” by Richard L. Fetter and Suzanne C. Fetter, 196 pages. Copyright 1979, by The Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho 83606. Printed and bound in USA. ISBN: 0-87004-265-3.
25. The Best of Colorado 4-Wheel Drive Roads, A Colorado 4WD Road Atlas, 165-4WD Routes, 189 pages. Published by Outdoor Books & Maps, PO Box 519, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104, 800-660-5107. ISBN: 0-930657-40-3. 26. The Gold Rush, The Search for Treasure in the American West, by George F. Willison, 299 pages. No copyright. Published by Indian head Books, New York, New York in 1992. Printed and bound in USA. ISBN: 0-88029-896-0.
26. The Telluride Story, by David Lavender, with photographs by George H. H. Huey. Copyright 1987, by David Lavender, 68 pages. Published by Wayfinder Press, PO Box 1877, Ouray, Colorado 81427. ISBN: 0-9608764-6-4.
27. Unique Ghost Towns and Mountain Spots, by Caroline Bancroft, 96 pages. Copyright 1961, by Caroline Bancroft. Published by Johnson Books, 1880 South 57th Court, Boulder, Colorado 80301. ISBN: 0-933472-24-2.

Continental Divide Trail Books

1. America’s National Scenic Trails, by Kathleen Ann Cordes, 306 pages. Copyright 2001, by Kathleen Ann Cordes. Published by University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma, http://www.ou.edu/oupress. Manufactured in Hong Kong. ISBN: 0-8061-3296-5.

Cowboy and Western Trails Books

1. Old Western Ghost Trails, A Handbook for Overland Expeditions, by Capt. R. B. Marcy, 80 pages. Copyright 1962, by Ed Bartholomew. Published by Frontier Book Publishers, Fort Worth, Texas 79734. No ISBN.
2. Pioneer Trails West, Great Stories of the Westering Americans and the Trails they Followed, by Western Writers of America, Editor is Don Worchester, 292 pages. Copyright 1985, by the Western Writers of America. Published by The Caxton Printers, Ltd, Caldwell, Idaho 83605. Printed and bound in USA. ISBN: 0-87004-304-8.

Cumberland Trail Books

1. Hiking Tennessee Trails, Hikes along the Appalachian Trail, Natchez Trail, Cumberland Trail, John Muir Trail and Many Others, Fifth edition, by Evan Means, 298 pages. Copyright 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994 and 1999, by The Globe Pequot Press, PO Box 833, Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475. Manufactured in USA. ISBN: 0-7627-0225-7.

 

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