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1. TOURING TOPICS, 1933, Crystal Caverns of the Mojave, Philip Johnston
2. WESTWAYS, December 1935, Uncharted Caverns of the Desert, by Philip Johnston
3. DESERT, March 1940, Death Valley Gold, by John D. Mitchell
4. CALIFORNIA MINING JOURNAL, November 1940, Reports Cavern Has Black Sand Running $2,415 Per Yard, Sworn affidavit by Earl Dorr
5. LOST MINES OF THE OLD WEST, Ghost Town Press 1946, The Golden Cavern of Kokoweef Mountain, by Howard D. Clark
6. LOST MINES AND BURIED TREASURES ALONG THE OLD FRONTIER, Rio Grande Press 1953, Cave of the Golden Sands, John D. Mitchell
7. 1001 LOST OR SUNKEN TREASURES, THOMAS NELSON AND SONS, 1957, F. L. COFFMAN
8. ADVENTURES UNDERGROUND, Harper and Brothers, 1959, Flowstone in Crystal Cave on Kokoweef Peak, by William R. Halliday
9. DESERT, May 1961, A Geologist's Notes on the Ivanpah Mountains, by Paul A. Patchick
10. TRUE WEST, February 1962, River of gold in the Desert, by Ray Dorr
11. TRUE TREASURE, August 1962, Mojave Desert's Lost River of Gold, by Al Masters
12. CALIFORNIA MINING JOURNAL, Nov. 1962, Chapter Two of the Story of E. P. Dorr's golden Underground River
13. LOST DESERT BONANZAS, 1963, DESERT SOUTHWEST PUBLISHERS, EUGENE CONROTTO
14. WESTERN TREASURES, Summer 1964, Kokoweef Mountain, in a collection of California's mines
15. WESTERN TREASURES NOTEBOOK OF LOST MINES AND BURIED TREASURES, 1966, Collection by Jack Black
16. GOLDEN WEST, May 1966, Mojave Desert's Golden Fleece, by Steve Wilson
17. ARGOSY, Sept. 1967, Hollow Mountain Filled With Gold, Ray Dorr
18. TRUE TREASURE, Winter 1967, The Cavern of Kokoweef Mountain, Howard D. Clark
19. WESTERN TREASURES, June 1968, River of Gold, by Tom Barkdull
20. DESERT, August 1968, Underground Water, by Jack Derfus in a letter to the editor
21. A GUIDE TO TREAURE IN CALIFORNIA, 1972, San Bernardino County, Kokoweef, Thomas Penfield, True Treasure Library
22. TREASURE TRAILS, Spring 1973, Treasure Cavern of Kokoweef Mountain, Howard D. Clark
23. DESERT DISPATCH, Dec. 13, 1971, Desert Cave Reveals Fossils
24. TREASURE SEARCH, June 1974, 22,000,000,000 In Kokoweef Gold, by A. L. Abbott
25. SAGA'S TREASURE, Special 1974, California's Billion Dollar River of Gold, by Al Masters
26. SAGA'S TREASURE, Special 1975, America's 10 Greatest Treasure Caves, by Ross R. Onley
27. MINES OF THE MOJAVE, La Siesta Press 1976, Clark-Mescal, Ron and Peggy Miller
28. LOS ANGELES TIMES, Dec. 5, 1976, Legendary river of Gold Not Forgotten, Charles Hillinger
29. GEMS AND MINERALS, March 1977, A visit to Kokoweef Caverns, Loran E. Perry
30. ROCK AND GEM, March 1981, Kokoweef Caverns, Loran E. Perry
31. TREASURE SEARCH, Oct. 1987, TV slated for Kokoweef, Daryl E. Newsom
32. LOST TREASURE, March 1989, Underground River Of Gold, Michael Paul Henson
33. LOST TREASURE, May 1989, On Location with the Lost Treasure Television Crew, Lee Harris
34. LOST TREASURE, 1989, Lost Treasure Series Kokoweef film
35. SOUTHERN CA. ACADEMY OF SCIENCES BULLETION, 1990, Late Quaternary Nonmarine Mollusca from Kokoweef Cave, Ivanpah Mountains, California, by Barry Roth and Robert E.Reynolds.
36. PRIME MAGAZINE, Feb. 1992, Legend of the Cave of Black Gold Still Mystifies Miners,Explorers, Florine Lawlor


It would be wonderful if visitors to this site, having more sources of printed information not listed here, send the name, date and author of the wor,k to be included in this posting. How better can one begin to understand this legendary site then to have as many facts as possible?

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