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In the hills of the Atascosa Mountains east of Ruby Road, silver and gold can be mined, but is there a wealth of stashed silver waiting to be recovered?

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  • In the hills of the Atascosa Mountains east of Ruby Road, silver and gold can be mined, but is there a wealth of stashed silver waiting to be recovered?
  • Lost Treasure
  • In the hills of the Atascosa Mountains east...
  • Cheryl Bach
  • Dec 5, 2002
  • John D. Mitchell's book <i>Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of the Southwest</i> claims that missionaries from Tumacacori left a load of silver in the mountains to the west, but park ranger Don Garate is not one of the believers.
  • Lost Treasure
  • John D. Mitchell's book Lost Mines and Buried...
  • Cheryl Bach
  • Dec 5, 2002
  • Remains of the second Tumacacori church still stand, but it was an earlier church that gave life to legends that still survive of treasures hidden by missionaries.
  • Lost Treasure
  • Remains of the second Tumacacori church still stand,...
  • Cheryl Bach
  • Dec 5, 2002

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