SLUMACH
A Web site for all who prefer facts over fiction
Newspapers and Magazines 1900s
1976 -1999
1900-1949
1950-1975
pdf Slumach's ghost still laughs, by T.W. Patterson - Colonist, 6 February 1977
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Garibaldi glory hole, by Mark Hume - Times, Victoria, 22 November 1978
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The legend revisited, by Marie Nightingale - The Herald, Coquitlam, 16 October 1979
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The great Pitt Lake lost gold mine by Marie Nightinglale - The Gazette (MR PM) 17 October 1979
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"Volcanic Brown," by Cecil Clark , Boundary Historical Society Report #8, 1979
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Curse of the Lost Mine by Jon Ferry - First in a series Gold fever! Looking for lost creek mine, - Province, 9 October 1983
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Curse of the Lost Mine by Jon Ferry - Second in a series Scaling cliffs for lost gold - Province, 11 October 1983
pdf Curse of the Lost Mine by Jon Ferry -Third in a series Gold hunt bizarre but serious - Province 12 October 1983
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Curse of the Lost Mine by Jon Ferry - Fourth in a series All that glitters isn't gold - Province, 13 October 1983
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Curse of the Lost Mine by Jon Ferry - Fifth in a series Slumach may still sleep in peace, - Province, 14 October 1983
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Prospector says nearing final chapter:There´s gold in them hills, Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Times, 1 March 1987
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Slumach's gold, by Jim Christy- BC Outdoors, January-February 1988
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New "glory hole" claim; veteran prospector laughed at legendary curse in his 30-year search for mine | Hot on Slumach's trail [?] | Lost creek curse now 100 years old | Prospector unearths old skeletal remains -Province 1 October 1989
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Man thinks he's found gold mine, Casa Grande Ariz. Dispatch, 7 October 1989
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Lost Gold: The Mystery of Volcanic Brown, by B.J. Bayne, The Yukon Reader, August 1992
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Alberta couple survive "curse" tracking legendary gold mine, by Mark Hume-Sun, 10 October 1995
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Ankle Deep in Nuggets: Cursed Canyon of Gold,by B.G. Revis, Treasure Cache Magazine, December 1998.
1976 -1999
1900-1949
1950-1975
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