The Stuart Brown Letters
A prospector by the name of Stuart Brown rediscovered the famous lost mine of Pitt Lake deep in the mountains of British Columbia back in the 1970s. After he made his discovery and recovered some of the gold he was faced with one big problem. As his discovery was made within the boundaries of a Provincial park. You cant stake a mineral claim in park so Stuart went on a letter writing crusade trying to convince the government of British Columbia to give him permission to stake the rich ground. In this document you will find all these letters which are a must for anyone planning on searching for the gold. As the not only describe the lost mine and how much gold is supposed to be in those mountains. They give the seeker many clues on where to search for the gold. Never before have all these letters been availble in one pdf document.