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Long Tom's treasure

The Colorado River from Tanner Trail

Long Tom's treasure is a legend in American folklore said to have taken place in the Grand Canyon of Arizona, four miles west of the Tanner immigrant trail, near a Havasupai village.[1]

In 1910 "Long Tom" Watson found papers in a cabin written by Buggelin Ranch. Watson later recovered from his injury and began a new search but he could not find the waterfall and ended up committing suicide.[1]

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  1. ^ a b HIDDEN TREASURES OF ARIZONA
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