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The Lost Chinaman Mine

FURTHER READING

If you enjoyed reading the tale of The Lost Chinaman Mine, we invite you to learn more about the subject from the following books -- check each of theGeoZone's tales of lost treasure since we bring you Further Reading covering many topics related to lost treasures and their geologic settings at the close of each tale.


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Southern and Central California Atlas and Gazetteer, 5th Edition

Delorme [editor]

 

Death Valley and the Amargosa: A Land of Illusion

Richard E. Lingenfelter

Gold Dust and Gunsmoke: Tales of Gold Rush Outlaws, Gunfighters, Lawmen, and Vigilantes

John Boessenecker

 

Geology Underfoot in Death Valley and Owens Valley

A.F. Glazner and R.P. Sharp

Illustrated Sketches of Death Valley and Other Borax Deserts of the Pacific Coast

John R. Spears and Douglas Steeples [Editor]

 

Rush for Riches: Gold Fever and the Making of California

J.S. Holliday

Lost Desert Bonanzas

Eugene L. Conrotto

 

Introduction to Mineralogy

William D. Neese

Lost Gold and Silver Mines of the Southwest

Eugene L. Conrotto

 

Ore Geology and Industrial Minerals: An Introduction

Anthony M. Evans