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The Lost Lemon Mine

Stewart, Ron

The Lost Lemon Mine

an unsolved mystery of the old West

by Stewart, Ron

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  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Heritage House Pub. in Surrey, BC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gold miners,
  • Gold mines and mining,
  • Treasure troves,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRon Stewart
    SeriesAmazing stories, Amazing stories (Surrey, B.C.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN424.C3 S74 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination139 p. :
    Number of Pages139
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25021564M
    ISBN 109781926613994
    LC Control Number2011486079
    OCLC/WorldCa701243863

      The lost lemon mine is a legendary gold mine in Southern Alberta that has had Prospectors looking for the past years to claim their fortune. According to the legend the mine .   In Canada there is a mine reputed to have as much gold as the gold found in the Yukon. This mine – called the Lost Lemon Mine – is supposed to be in the Crowsnest Pass area of Alberta. It is said that anyone touching the gold will suffer dire consequences. The curse was put on by the Indian Tribes of southern Alberta.

      The legend of the Lost Lemon Mine seems to have everything you could ask for in a lost treasure story – madness, murder, possibly a curse, and gold. It shouldn’t surprise anyone that this story has more than one version, since most lost gold stories . The Lost Lemon Mine by Ron Stewart Book Resume: The legend of the Lost Lemon Mine is one of the most enduring unsolved mysteries of the Canadian West. In , so the story goes, two prospectors named Lemon and Blackjack found gold in the rugged mountains of southwestern Alberta or southeastern British Columbia.

    Lost mines are a popular form of lost treasure legend. The mine involved is usually of a high-value commodity such as gold, silver or there is a map (sometimes called a "waybill") purportedly showing the location of the mine. Common reasons given for the mines being lost include. The Lost Lemon Mine: An Unsolved Mystery of the Old West (Amazing Stories) Ron Stewart. Published by Heritage House Publishing Condition: Good. Connecting readers with great books since Used books may not include companion materials, some shelf wear, may contain highlighting/notes, may not include cdrom or access codes. Customer.


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The Lost Lemon Mine by Stewart, Ron Download PDF EPUB FB2

There is according to the legend of the lost Lemon mine. The tale of the lost Lemon mine is one of the greatest legends of the Canadian Rockies, and “The Lost Lemon Mine: An Unsolved Mystery of the Old West” is the most comprehensive compendium of accounts regarding the legend to date/5(6).

The legend of the Lost Lemon Mine is one of the most enduring unsolved mysteries of the Canadian West. Inso the story goes, two prospectors named Lemon and Blackjack found gold in the rugged mountains of southwestern Alberta or southeastern British /5.

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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Lost Lemon Mine: An Unsolved Mystery of the Old West (Amazing Stories)/5(6). Home Alberta The Lost Lemon Mine Mystery The Lost Lemon Mine Mystery Somewhere in south-western Alberta, in the Crowsnest Pass, close by Coleman (according to some), in The Lost Lemmon Mine, it is said, is a gold vein worth : Bruce Ricketts.

The legend of the Lost Lemon Mine is one of the most enduring unsolved mysteries of the Canadian West. Inso the story goes, two prospectors named Lemon and Blackjack found gold in the rugged mountains of southwestern Alberta or southeastern British.

The Lost Lemon Mine is a legendary lost mine said to be located in the Canadian province of story has been retold in countless books with the authoritative version being The Lost Lemon Mine by Tom Primrose. The story first appeared in the edition of the Alberta Folklore Quarterly and later in magazines such as Canada Lost Lemon Mine has also been.

The mystery of the Lost Lemon Mine, Ron Stewart. Toronto Public Library. Worse, he appeared to become increasingly deranged and aggressive the closer he would get to the mine.

Thus Lemon’s golden discovery became known as the Lost Lemon Mine. The priest, determined to claim the mine, organized another expedition more than a decade later, in The Legend of the Lost Lemon Mine Lafayette French’s Story.

Lafayette French was an adventurer and entrepreneur born in Pennsylvania in about After King Bearspaw’s Story. In Lafayette French’s story of the Lost Lemon Mine, as told by Senator Dan Riley, two Stoney The Outlaw Story.

Wild. Since the s stories have circulated about a rich gold mine, known as the lost Lemon mine, somewhere in the Alberta Rockies. But while Stewart is confident he's located the gold, others aren't. About the Book.

The legend of the Lost Lemon Mine is one of the most enduring unsolved mysteries of the Canadian West. Inso the story goes, two prospectors named Lemon and Blackjack found gold in the rugged mountains of southwestern Alberta or southeastern British Columbia.

Shortly after, Blackjack died at Lemon`s hand. Lost Lemon Mine, a legendary gold deposit reputedly somewhere between the Crowsnest Pass and the Highwood River in southwestern Alberta, discovered about by prospectors Frank Lemon and "Blackjack." Lemon allegedly murdered Blackjack at the mine and went mad.

Two Stoney witnesses were sworn to secrecy by Chief Bearspaw. According to legend the lost Lemon Mine was first discovered in when two prospectors, Frank Lemon and a man known only as Blackjack, along the course to the Highwood River, stumbled across a rich gold deposit.

Lemon and Blackjack scrambled to gather as many pieces of gold ore as they could. The Legend of the Lost Lemon Mine Skyline Magazine--Winter The legend of the Lost Lemon Mine is a tale of discovery, murder and madness.

It seems to tap into the adventurer in us all. While many scoff at its promise of untold riches, others have spent their lives trying to unlock the mystery, and the location, of this potential bonanza of gold. The Lost Lemon Mine, by Dan Riley, Tom Primrose and Hugh Dempsey., Toronto Public Library.

Lost Lemon Mine, The by Dan Riley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The legend of the Lost Lemon Mine is one of the most enduring unsolved mysteries of the Canadian West.

Inso the story goes, two prospectors named Lemon and Blackjack found gold in the rugged mountains of southwestern Alberta or southeastern British Columbia. The legend of the Lost Lemon Mine is one of the most enduring unsolved mysteries of the Canadian West.

Inso the story goes, two prospectors named Lemon and Blackjack found gold in the rugged mountains of southwestern Alberta or southeastern British Columbia. Shortly after, Blackjack died at Lemon 3/5.

Now, the Lost Lemon Mine has been rediscovered by geologist Ron Stewart, who believes the site may hold a $7 billion treasure. 'It turns out there is a basis of truth for a year-old legend. On cover: The greatest mystery of the Canadian Rockies: The Lost Lemon Mine.

Description: 40 pages illustrations 21 cm. Series Title: Frontier books, no. Other Titles: Greatest mystery of the Canadian Rockies: The Lost Lemon Mine. Responsibility: by Dan Riley, Tom Primrose, and Hugh Dempsey.

The Lost Lemon Mine: An Unsolved Mystery of the Old West (Amazing Stories) eBook: Ron Stewart: : Kindle Store. Alberta Wild Rose book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Gold fever can create monsters and the Lost Lemon Mine, with it's curse, /5(4).Get this from a library!

Yesterstories, 2: the lost Lemon Mine. [Elma Schemenauer] -- A collection of eight stories from Canadian folklore, with follow-up activities.