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SUPERSTITION MOUNTAINS - LEGENDS

The legend of Superstition Mountain

Article Date: 
September 1950
Language: 
English

The legend of Superstition Mountain

Author: 
M. Burns
Article Date: 
March 1926
Language: 
English

The legend and lure of Superstition, Arizona's magic mountain

Author: 
E. H. Peplow, Jr.
Article Date: 
October 1973
Language: 
English

The ghost bell

Author: 
M. Bassler
Article Date: 
December 1928
Language: 
English

The four-colored, four-directional lightning from within

Author: 
B. Johnson
Article Date: 
March 3, 1968
Article Abstract: 
An Apache medicine woman's tale of the Superstition Mountains
Language: 
English

Life on the desert

Author: 
T. May
Article Date: 
February 1955
Article Abstract: 
An old prospector tells of looking for lost Spanish mines and believes his hand was poisoned by the clay the Apaches used to seal the entrance
Language: 
English

Invitation to a ghost walk

Author: 
J. and B. McGee
Article Date: 
March-April 1966
Article Abstract: 
About the lost Peralta mines
Language: 
English

A legend of the Pimas; the Indian story of Superstition Mountains

Author: 
G. W. James
Article Date: 
February-March 1917
Language: 
English