The lost mine of Pitt Lake was to become an obession to Louis Hagbo. His search for the gold was sparked when he came across a copy of a map that was said to have belonged to Jackson and had at one time been attached to Jackson's famous letter. The map was according to his sister nothing but several squiggly lines on a piece of very old paper. Hagbo studied the map all winter long and would not let it out of his sight. He plotted his map on a modern topographic map which he took with him into the mountains. He traveled up Corbold Creek Valley in search of the gold. Somewhere in the hills to the east of the main canyon was where he believed the location of the lost mine to be. This webpage is dedicated to the courage of Louis Hagbo and his search for the lost mine of Pitt Lake.

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Seekers of Gold

Outlaw Prospecting

The Treasure Hunters Insider

Gold Maps of the Tulameen

The Lost Mines of the Stave

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