By W. C. Jameson, Wendell E. Hall 224 pages
Legends of Lost Mines, Hidden Payrolls and Spanish Gold
Modern-day counterparts of the Spanish conquistadors and the early nineteenth-century settlers still cling to the image of El Dorado. The folklore of the land still exerts its magical pull. The pickup truck has replaced the horse and mule, but treasure seekers still travel with little more than their dreams and hopes. They can be found even now in the mountains and the valleys of the American Southwest, still searching for the elusive riches they believe await them.