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    Massacre Canyon

    Thanks, Total Wreck, Tuscon Tumbleweed, and Old Judge, for reply.

    I thought I sent this reply earlier but I don't see it so here goes again:

    I did not know of Massacre Canyon uintil I read an...
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    Massacre Canyon

    Thanks for reply, Total Wreck, Tucson Tumbleweed, and Old Judge.
    It was the story about the mine where I first heard about the massacre. The story about the mine appeared in the Lost Treasure...
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    Lost mine near Massacre Canyon

    Has anyone made the hike to the stone graves at the site of the ambush of soldiers by Victorio's men in the 1870's? This occured in New Mexico, and I think it was somewhere in the Black Range.
    I can...
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    Paranoia

    I know exactly what you are talking about. I explore New Mexico a lot and the closer I get to the border the higher the anxiety. My pet fear is being in a tent with no view of what is around me while...
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    Max Barnett

    Check out the "Today's treasure tale" section at losttreasure.com. It is the tale of the day (11/21/05). Hope you read this in time.
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    Treasure hunting laws

    I know this is a subject that is just about worn out but I have not seen this facet discussed. I know that if a person stumbled across the loot from a 100+ year old robbery on public land it would be...
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    Max Barnett

    Libby,
    I ran in to the question of corrugated iron when I visited a ghost town in New Mexico a couple of years ago. The town was active for about 10 years in the late 1800's. There was a lot of...
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    Texas

    Linda,
    It looks to me like you left the happy hunting grounds. I have lived in Texas all my life. When I go out for adventure in the field I drive all day out to New Mexico. Most anywhere you go in...
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    Camp Edwards

    Old Judge,
    Thanks for the reply. Yes I know about Edwards Draw Rd. In fact, I drove up the road into the mountains on a day when the weather was forecast as clear with highs in the 70's and lows in...
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    Mining Camp Edwards

    I am trying to locate Mining Camp Edwards or any reference to it. It is located, in general, North of Winston, New Mexico. It was in the abandoned state in 1886 and was in Taylor's Gulch (can't find...
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