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by Fred H.
5 days ago (79 replies) |
Last reply by Fred : No one knows who told the story of the silver diggings on his deathbed, today, but they do know the stories were told to a Baptist minister. The minister that lived nearby Carnesville told the story to a John Lumpkin. Mr.... more»
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by Fred H.
5 days ago (26 replies) |
Last reply by Fred : After all, what person would forget where they buried their valuables. ... more»
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by Fred H.
5 days ago (2 replies) |
Last reply by Fred :  Keeler took all the ore from the smelter at nearby Swansea, and shipped it via either steamboat or the Carson and Colorado railroad, which ended at Keeler.  ... more»
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by Fred H.
1 year ago (70 replies) |
Last reply by Fred : A bit of history occurred with several members of the Trabuco group dying from either illness or World War II. At the end of the war, the only surviving member was Trabuco.     ... more»
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by Fred H.
2 years ago (54 replies) |
Last reply by Fred : From the Death Valley Chuck-Walla      Please stay tuned for Part Twelve..... ... more»
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by Fred H.
2 years ago (11 replies) |
Last reply by Fred : Some have looked over the years for lost gold in the old town site. None has ever reported finding some. Can it be that the ghosts of those miners stand watch over buried gold double... more»
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by Fred H.
5 years ago (3 replies) |
Last reply by Fred : Just a side note: Frank Hoekstra was my grandfather. I would like to point out that it was not a boulder that stopped the digging, but rather an underground river. It is amazing, because when the Hollywood Bowl was created,... more»
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by Fred H.
6 years ago (2 replies) |
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by Fred H.
6 years ago (8 replies) |
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by Fred H.
6 years ago (11 replies) |
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by Fred H.
6 years ago (3 replies) |
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by Fred H.
6 years ago (8 replies) |
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by Fred H.
6 years ago |