Arizona Stories: The Lost Dutchman and the Lost City

Arizona Stories: The Lost Dutchman and the Lost City

Frank Lloyd Wright made a name for himself in architecture with unique and legendary work that defined Arizona’s legacy. Explore the 48th state’s past, filled with the rise and fall of a mining town that once brought riches to the state.


  1. @bethbartlett5692 on March 15, 2024 at 8:36 am

    The contrast between FL Wright’s Taliesin West and Sonora, destroyed by Corporatism … a toxic subject, Sonora is a real example. Truly sad.
    The story doesnt reflect the true lives that experienced the reality of "1" whom owned and profited, and deemed himself more worthy than the People that were experiencing the tragedy and loss of his profits …

    to the Harmony of nature and life, People living with the natural elements, form, in a mutual relationship of respect and Wellbeing.

    Which would you prefer?

  2. @sirelliott3753 on March 15, 2024 at 8:48 am

    There’s different people running across the border now. We’re being flooded with illegals from everywhere on the globe

  3. @bethbartlett5692 on March 15, 2024 at 8:55 am

    If you find an interest in the area, people, the gold, (Jacob Walsh -the Dutchman – ie: German and his Goldmine), the Stories, then you’ll find the treasure on "Mysteries of the Superstition Mountains" Channel, here on YouTube. A great, authentic, treasure, friend griup, sharing their Arizona experiences and stiries around the era and Superstition Mountains.


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