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Gold placer fields across America

Delos E. Toole

Gold placer fields across America

with gold occurrences in Oregon : an epic journal of classic information worked by

by Delos E. Toole

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Published by D.E. Toole in Alta Loma, CA (5685 Jasper St., Alta Loma 91701) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.,
  • Oregon.
    • Subjects:
    • Gold mines and mining -- United States.,
    • Gold mines and mining -- Oregon.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDelos E. Toole.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN423.A5 T66 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination134 p. :
      Number of Pages134
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1510163M
      LC Control Number93192286

      Creeks, streams and rivers around the towns of Wallace, Kellogg, Osburn, Siverton and Mullan contain placer gold. A commercial gold mining site, Eagle City Park, is a acre privately owned. PLACER STOCKFILE – + public companies exploring and mining placer deposits. DIGGER REPORT – our investment newsletter good news, and things they’d rather keep quiet! PLACER STOCKFILE – compare stocks of placer companies traded on a particular stock market, and compare placer stocks of one market with another, across the world.

      Gold was first discovered in the Tin Cup District of present Gunnison County when in Jim Taylor, and then in Fred Lottis, led parties across the Continental Divide from Granite, Colorado, and worked placer gold fields in the region. The richest placer ground was found at Montana Bar at the foot of Gold Hill. Roughly two acres produced more gold per acre than any other placer in Montana. While one pan reportedly contained a high of $1, in gold (historical gold price), it was not uncommon to wash out $ from a pan full of Montana Bar gravels.

      This reading list was compiled to give you an opportunity to learn more about the history of the California Gold Rush. A number of the articles were published in the s and early s – when many classical gem deposits of historical importance were discovered – . Active mining in the lode mines continued until the years of World War II, but little has been done since. Large scale dredge mining for placer gold went on almost continuously. Alabama's gold fields occur in a northeast trending belt about miles long and 60 miles wide, in a region known as the Piedmont Uplift.


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