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In GHOST GOLD, Oren Arnold tells the complete story of Superstition Mountain and The Lost Dutchman Mine. OREN ARNOLD in recent years has emerged as one of the foremost interpreters of Western lore
In GHOST GOLD, Oren Arnold tells the complete story of Superstition Mountain and The Lost Dutchman Mine. OREN ARNOLD in recent years has emerged as one of the foremost interpreters of Western lore. He is the author of more than twenty books, and hundreds of articles in such magazines as The Saturday Evening Post, The Reader's Digest, Coronet, Better Homes & Gardens, etc. An article by him on the Lost Dutchman Mine of Superstition Mountain in The Saturday Evening Post brought him international renown as an authority on this lost-treasure legend, told here in GHOST GOLD in its entirety for the first time.
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Find nearly any book by Oren Arnold. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9781104847388 (978-1-104-84738-8) Hardcover, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2009.
The Superstition Mountains are mysterious and dangerous, but they just might .
The Superstition Mountains are mysterious and dangerous, but they just might hold the Lost Dutchman's Mine and a bunch of gold.
Arnold, Oren: Superstition's gold : the romantic history of hidden treasure in the Superstition Mountain with its famous Lost Dutchman Mine, (Phoenix, Ariz. Arizona Printers, c1946) (page images at HathiTrust). Arnold, Oren: Thunder in the Southwest; echoes from the wild frontier. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, ), also by Betty Hoag. Associated name CU-BANC McGlynn (page images at HathiTrust).
Evening view of Superstition Mountains near Phoenix, Arizona. Customary to most mysterious stories, there are several takes on how the mountain became the housing place of the legendary Dutchman’s mine. According to AZ Central, the standard version of the treasure’s history begins in the 1800s with the Peralta family.