Coronado's Children: Tales of Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of the Southwest

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CORONADO'S CHILDREN
Tales of Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of the Southwest

BY

J. FRANK DOBIE

ILLUSTRATED BY

BEN CARLTON MEAD

1931

THE LITERARY GUILD OF AMERICA

NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • In the Beginning v
  • Contents xiii
  • List of Illustrations xv
  • Chapter I The Lost San Saba Mine 1
  • Chapter II Down the Nueces 62
  • Chapter III The Facts About Fort Ramirez 99
  • Chapter IV 109
  • Chapter V Tales of the Cow Camp 125
  • Chapter VI Post Hole Banks 139
  • Chapter VII Midas on a Goatskin 146
  • Chapter VIII The Lost Nigger Mine 158
  • Chapter IX On West 182
  • Chapter X 189
  • Chapter XI The Challenge of the Desert 204
  • Chapter XII In the Sunshine of the Pecos 222
  • Chapter XIII The Pecos Barricade 239
  • Chapter XIV The Secret of the Guadalupes 256
  • Chapter XV Not Only Gold and Silver 269
  • Chapter XVI Sartin for Sure 285
  • Chapter XVII The Treasure of the Wichitas 295
  • Chapter XVIII 306
  • Chapter XIX Shadows and Symbols 333
  • Notes 343
  • Glossary of Mexican and Other Localisms Of the Southwest 361
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