The search for Oregon"s lost Blue Bucket Mine the Stephen Meek wagon train of 1845 : an Oregon documentary by Hoffman, Charles

Cover of: The search for Oregon

Published by Webb Research Group in Medford, Or .

Written in English

Read online

Places:

  • Blue Bucket Mine Site (Or.),
  • Oregon

Subjects:

  • Meek, Stephen Hall, 1805-1889,
  • Blue Bucket Mine Site (Or.),
  • Oregon -- History -- To 1859

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 98-100) and index.

Book details

Other titlesOregon"s lost Blue Bucket Mine.
StatementCharles S. Hoffman with Bert Webber.
ContributionsWebber, Bert.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF884.B57 H64 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination110 p. :
Number of Pages110
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1708517M
ISBN 100936738634
LC Control Number92010098
OCLC/WorldCa25632591

Download The search for Oregon"s lost Blue Bucket Mine

Out of 5 stars The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of Reviewed in the United States on Aug This is NOT a factual, documentary book/5(3). Thus began the search for the mythical Blue Bucket Mine. Though the location of the gold continues to remain a mystery today, it is believed to be at a tributary of the John Day River.

Though the location of the gold continues to remain a mystery today, it is believed to be at a tributary of the John Day River. The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Hoffman, Charles, Webber, Bert () Paperback on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Hoffman. - Buy The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary book online at best prices in India on Read The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on Reviews: 2.

The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Charles Hoffman; Bert Webber COVID Update May 6, Biblio is open and shipping orders.

Buy The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Hoffman, Charles, Webber, Bert () Paperback by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. Oregon's Most Famous Lost Mine The Blue Bucket Gold Mine is a mine that is believed to be situated in the area along the Meek Wagon Train trail that is found between the towns of Vale and The Dalles today.

The trail goes through an area known as the Blue Mountains, which later became known for its rich gold deposits. The story of the Blue Bucket Mine is began way. Forty thousand square miles is a huge area to search if you go looking for the Legend of the Lost Blue Bucket.

Tags: Baker, Blue Bucket Mine, Canyon City, John Day Comments. Whether the Lost Blue Bucket Mine actually ever existed we will never know for sure. But if it is still out there, it is worth looking for.

And if it’s not, it is an incredible piece of Oregon folklore. Everybody loves a mystery. Next: 7 Rivers in Oregon. Interview with Captain W. Hembree: On ApCaptain W. Hembree, who was then working in a gold mine near Estacada, Oregon, was interviewed by the Andrew C. Sherbert of the Federal Writer’s Project for his knowledge of pioneering days and what he might know about the legend of the Lost Blue Bucket that time, Captain Hembree was 73 years old.

Buy The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Charles Hoffman () by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback.

The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Bert Webber and Charles Hoffman (, Paperback): The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Charles Hoffman, Bert Webber and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Lost Dutchman Blue Bucket Pre Outing.

ATV ride, quick tour of Blue Bucket Mining Camp. LDMA, GPAA - Duration: Keith &. The search for the long lost Blue Bucket Mine. Charles Brown, the first curator of the Grant County Historical Museum, prepares to lead the ‘62 Days parade in Canyon City in Brown participated in an unsuccessful search for the Blue Bucket Mine in Search For Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine - Stephen Meek Wagon Train Of - Oregon Documentary [Charles S.; Webber, Bert Hoffman] on *FREE* shipping on.

Buy The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Charles Hoffman, Bert Webber (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 3.

The Paperback of the The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine by Charles S. Hoffman, Bert Webber | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Charles S. Hoffman. The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary Paperback – Jun 1 by Charles Hoffman (Author), Bert Webber (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.

See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price /5(2). Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue-Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Charles S.

Hoffman and Bert Webber (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products!5/5. The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Hoffman, Charles, Webber, Bert () Paperback: Books - at: Paperback.

The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Charles Hoffman (): Books - Get this from a library. The search for Oregon's lost Blue Bucket Mine: the Stephen Meek wagon train of an Oregon documentary.

[Charles Hoffman; Bert Webber]. Season 4 of Or Bust begins with a search for gold. The fabled Blue Bucket Mine in eastern Oregon, "found" by the "lost" Meek wagontrain in and possibly the first gold discovered in the west.

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. Tom and Kia hit the Oregon Trail in search of the legendary Blue Bucket Mine.

Tom and Kia hit the Oregon Trail in search of the legendary Blue Bucket Mine. Gold Fever | Today pm ET | http. Is legendary Blue Bucket Mine still out there in Oregon mountains.

According to the legend, a group of kids from a lost wagon train found some strange yellow rocks inthree years before the Gold Rush hit.

Miners have been looking for the kids' play spot ever since. By Finn J.D. John — Ap Charles S. Hoffman is the author of The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published )3/5(2). The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue-Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Charles S.

Hoffman; Bert Webber. Webb Research Group Publishers, Paperback. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Quest for “Blue Bucket Mine” led “suckers” to actual riches As a historical account, the Lost Blue Bucket Mine story is, to put it mildly, questionable.

But there can be no denying the impact it has had as a legend, repeated and believed by generations of Oregonians. The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Charles S.

Hoffman, Bert Webber starting at $ The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary has 1 available editions to buy at Alibris. In Quest of the Blue Bucket Mine Three days ox team journey from the grave of Mrs.

Chambers near the mouth of Crane Creek was where the Blue Bucket Mine was found and lost - by Clint Haight There was a woman in the case; a fabulous fortune of gold; a lost immigrant train, the parting of friends and loved ones; a mystery and thus the romance of early Oregon.

Lake County – The Lost Forest Mine in south-central Oregon was discovered by a cowboy who was rounding up cattle in the early s. He planned to meet up with other wranglers at Sand Springs near the Lost Forest. The first to arrive, he found. Search for Oregons Lost Blue Bucket Mine The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of An Oregon Documentary by Charles Hoffman available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews.

Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Treasure Tales of Oregon The Lost Blue Bucket Mine is thought to be located near the John Day River passing by Sheep Rock in the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. Photo courtesy Wikipedia. The suggested GNIS search ("GNIS query "Blue Bucket Mine " ".) gives three results: one each in Oregon, Nevada, and Arizona.

The last is out of the question for an Oregon Trail legend, but the Nevada location is at 41°21′23″N °18′29″W  /  °N °W  / ;  (Blue Bucket Mine. Meek Cutoff was a covered wagon road that branched off the Oregon Trail in northeastern Oregon and was used as an alternate emigrant route to the Willamette Valley in the midth century.

The road was named for frontiersman Stephen Meek, who was hired to lead the first wagon train along it in The journey was a particularly hard one, and many of the pioneers lost. Suzanne Grant's Blue Bucket is a clever package which not only weaves an absorbing mystery tale but manages to delight with a fair amount of interesting trivia about multiple subjects, including the inner workings of an elementary school, Civil War reenactments, and the true-life unsolved mystery of Oregon's Blue Bucket mine/5(20).

The books do not agree who followed the Meek cutoff. Another book on the subject is "Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Mine: The Stephen Meek Wagon Train of " by Charles S. Hoffman with Bert Webber, published by Webb Research Group The book lists my ancestor John Ridgeway, and my wife's ancestor Abner Hackleman.

MITCHELL, John – A present day researcher of the Lost Blue Bucket Mine. OGLESBY, W. – From Cottage Grove, Oregon; a descendant of someone on the Meek wagon train. WILLIAM HELMS FAMILY. PICTURES AND DESCRIPTIONS w * INDICATING PICTURE: Picture 1) – Photo of drawing of treasure hunters looking for gold.

Illustrations by Justin Wells *Seller Rating: % positive. Thomas Probert’s Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of the West (Berkeley, CA: ) lists almost 3 pages of books, pamphlets, magazine and newspaper articles about the Lost Blue Bucket Diggins.

Doubtless most of the items written after rely heaving on those written before. Ruby El Hult’s Lost Mines and Treasures of the Pacific Northwest. Lost Blue Bucket Mine by Quinda» Wed am More than a century and a half ago, ina group of hardy pioneers were traveling by wagon train from Iowa to Oregon.Treasure Found and Lost & Book Giveaway by Susan Page Davis The legend of the Lost Blue Bucket Mine has intrigued people for a hundred and seventy years.

Is it still out there, waiting to be discovered, or was it real in the first place? It all started inwhen a wagon train got off the beaten track in eastern Oregon.

There are several.Oregon's Lost Blue Bucket Diggins - A Scarce Pioneer Account of the Legend. The Blue Bucket Diggins During the years of companies were formed in the valley counties to search for the “Blue Bucket Diggins.” The companies were loosely formed, with little or no discipline, and were, therefore, predestined to end in.

96719 views Monday, October 26, 2020