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Slumach

The Lost Mine

by Edgar Ramsey

  • 11 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by BookSurge Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction,
  • Edgar Ramsey,
  • Fiction / General,
  • Action & Adventure

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages258
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9319285M
    ISBN 101594579970
    ISBN 109781594579974

    I highly recommend this book to armchair travelers anxious to experience life in a truly wild, and in many ways primitive, world.” —James P. Duffy, author of War at the End of the World Acclaimed travel writer and historian Rick Antonson tackles his most challenging adventure yet: a formidable trail through the remote jungles of Papua New.   About the Book. A smart, concise analysis of the legend of Slumach’s Gold, which strives to uncover the truth behind this mythical gold deposit said to be hidden north of Pitt Lake. British Columbia is gold country, and with gold comes legends that .

    Slumach's Gold chronicles what is possibly Canada's greatest lost-mine story. It searches out the truth behind a Salish man's hanging for murder in and tracks the intriguing legend about him that grew after his death. It was a legend that turned into a drama of international fascination when Slumach--the hanged criminal--was mysteriously.   Slumach - The Lost Mine by Edgar Ramsey, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

    Genre/Form: Electronic books Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Antonson, Rick, Slumach's gold. Surrey, B.C.: Heritage. The legend of the gold grew into that of an exceedingly rich deposit known as "Slumach's gold." This book presents, unravels, and dissects the legends of the gold of Pitt Lake, and tells the stories of some of the daredevils and venerable prospectors who searched for the mythical gold at their peril.


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Slumach by Edgar Ramsey Download PDF EPUB FB2

[Judge Drake's Bench Book, 15 November ] In an elderly Native man whose name today is Slumach book spelled Slumach was hanged in New Westminster for murdering a man called Louis Bee. Myth links Slumach to a fabled bonanza known as Slumach´s Gold, Lost Creek Gold, the Lost Creek Mine, or the Lost Mine of Pitt Lake.

Slumach's Gold was a Canadian bestseller when it was first published in This 35th-anniversary edition greatly expands the original, bringing new research, fascinating updates and fresh h's Gold chronicles what is possibly Canada's greatest lost-mine story.

It searches out the truth behind a Salish man's hanging for murder /5(9). A compilation of many stories and storytellers and their tales of the Salish man, Slumach, his misdeeds, his gold, and the curse he left behind - this book tries to get to the bottom of the story.

One thing that struck me is the wilderness of the region near Pitt Lake in British Columbia - /5. "Slumach's Glorious Gold," in Canadian Frontier Annual. Surrey: Nunaga Publishing, ANTONSON, RICK, MARY TRAINER, BRIAN ANTONSON.

"The Legend of Slumach and the Lost Creek Gold Mine," in Art Downs, Slumach's Gold: In Search of a Legend, Surrey: Frontier Books,   Slumach's Gold chronicles what is possibly Canada's greatest lost-mine story. It searches out the truth behind a Salish man's hanging for murder in and tracks the intriguing legend about him that grew after his death.

It was a legend that turned into a drama of Slumach book fascination when Slumach—the hanged criminal—was mysteriously linked to gold nuggets "the size of walnuts."5/5(1). About the Author(s) Rick Antonson was a co-founder with Brian Antonson and Mary Trainer of Nunaga Publishing in Together they Slumach book more than twenty-five books, including In Search of a Legend: Slumach’s Gold, which was re-released by Heritage House in In the s, Rick became vice president of the Great Canadian Railtour Company Ltd., which led to his role as.

Another great book on the subject is “Slumach’s Gold: In Search of a Legend“. There is lots of info online as well. There is lots of info online as well. The legend states that in the late s a Coquitlam native named Slumach would occasionally come into New Westminster with a bag full of gold nuggets.

Along with friend Mary Trainer, the brothers co-authored a book in called Slumach’s Gold: The Search for a Legend, which they have updated several times since with new information.

Documenting is completed and book is being printed. If you want to know more or to order a copy ($30/book) just message me. [email protected] All markers have been found and the descriptions are accurate, just the directions were changed. The book.

Fact and Fiction; Slumach and the Lost Creek Mine (Whonnock Books ) $17 [Whonnock Books, POWhonnock V2W 1V9 E-mail: [email protected] or leave a message at ] Searching for Pitt Lake Gold: Facts and Fantasy in the Legend of Slumach. Rick Antonson was a co-founder with Brian Antonson and Mary Trainer of Nunaga Publishing in Together they published more than twenty-five books, including In Search of a Legend: Slumach’s Gold, which was re-released by Heritage House in In the s, Rick became vice president of the Great Canadian Railtour Company Ltd., which led to his role as president and Reviews: 9.

Rick Antonson was a co-founder with Brian Antonson and Mary Trainer of Nunaga Publishing in Together they published more than twenty-five books, including In Search of a Legend: Slumach’s Gold, which was re-released by Heritage House in In the s, Rick became vice president of the Great Canadian Railtour Company Ltd., wh.

As adults — with co-author Mary Trainer — they wrote the book Slumach’s Gold, first published in and then updated inselling s copies.

Slumach's Gold: In Search of a Legend - Kindle edition by Antonson, Rick, Trainer, Mary. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Slumach's Gold: In Search of a Legend/5(9).

Slumach's Gold In Search of A Legend (Book): Antonson, Rick: Slumach's Gold chronicles what is possibly Canada's greatest lost-mine story.

It searches out the truth behind a Salish man's hanging for murder in and tracks the intriguing legend about him that grew after his death. It was a legend that turned into a drama of international fascination when Slumach--the hanged criminal--was. Donald Waite’s Kwant’stan (the Golden Ears), published inis a classic and one of the first two books telling stories about Slumach and the search for the legendary Pitt Lake gold.

Recently Len Pettit meticulously scanned Don’s book in high resolution. Click here to download Len’s handiwork. Slumach's Gold: In Search of a Legend - Ebook written by Rick Antonson, Brian Antonson.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Slumach's Gold: In Search of a Legend. Lee "Slumach's Gold: In Search of a Legend In Search of a Legend" por Rick Antonson disponible en Rakuten Kobo.

Slumach's Gold chronicles what is possibly Canada's greatest lost-mine story. It searches out the truth behind a Salish. Slumach and Pitt Lake Gold Early on a January morning inSlumach’s life ended at the gallows. The Katzie Indian had killed a man called Louie Bee.

Bee and the sole witness, Seymour, were sitting in a canoe when Slumach shot Bee from the shore of. To compare prices of multiple books at the same time, just enter a list of ISBNs separated by commas or spaces. For example, searching for "," will return a price comparison for all three books.

Pitt Lake's Lost Gold Mine is a legendary lost mine said to be near Pitt Lake, British Columbia, Canada, the supposed wealth of which has held the imagination of people worldwide for more than a since the years of the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush prospectors and adventurers have been looking for the mine and gold-rush rumors have evolved into legends repeated and enriched over y: Canada.

In his early 20s, Brian collaborated with Rick Antonson and Mary Trainer to write and publish In Search of a Legend: Slumach's Gold in The incentive to create the book actually originated two years earlier as a way to celebrate the centennial Author: Rick Antonson.

The co-author of a well-known book on the same subject, Rick Antonson, has responded, “As spring approaches and more people consider hikes north of Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge in hopes of stumbling upon a cache of gold nuggets, your book about Slumach (nicely dedicated “To the memory of ”) is well-timed.