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The Magazine: November 2007 (Vol. 77, No. 3)
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November 2007 (Vol. 77, No. 3)

Table of Contents

The Bawl Mill
• Affordable housing... for the rich!
• Thank goodness we have rules to eliminate wateful spending

by Staff
Ask the Experts
Q: How do we get Congress to make up for some of their blunders and do something productive for a change, such as releasing those withdrawn WSAs?
by Staff
Legislative and Regulatory Update AB 1032—Where Do We Go From Here?
• First, The Great News...
• What's Next?
by Scott Harn
Prairie Creek Project Approaches Final Hurdle
Their Prairie Creek project, located in the Mackenzie Mountains of the Northwest Territories of Canada, has a history dating back nearly eighty years when silver and zinc were first discovered there, and includes the involvement of...
by Scott Harn
A Golden Dream Come True
We found the area where this patch of gold nuggets was located by researching several books on old mining districts. By the end of the 2006 winter we had about five different locations that we wanted to investigate.
by Gus Peppley
Dawson City and the World Gold Panning Championships
Each year the World Gold Panning Association (WGPA) holds a world championship in one of the twenty countries that are members.  The decision as to where to hold each championship involves many factors...
by Don Robinson
Journeys in the Kingman Quadrangle—Part IV
The lands that lie within the Arizona section of the Kingman Quadrangle are by far the most populated. Kingman and Bullhead City are the largest towns in the area, having a combined population of about 58,000 people.
by Bill Rich
Silver Bonanza in the Sierra Madre: The Glorious Past of Batopilas—Part II
John Kyrk was a prospector who appeared in Batopilas about 1863. Little is known about him, but he had the foresight to pick a mine just 59 yards north of the San Miguel property, and dug a tunnel that ran parallel with the San Miguel in the same mountain, cutting the same veins.
by Steve Wilson
The Business of Mining—The Benefits of an S Corporation
Imagine the liability protection of a corporation and the pass-through tax benefits of a partnership in one entity for your mining or prospecting operation.
by Mark E. Battersby
Melman on Gold & Silver
World stock markets recovered from the brink of catastrophe to post sterling performances, based in large part on a one-half percent reduction in the Fed Funds rate enacted by the Federal Reserve Board.
by Leonard Melman
Mining Stock Quotes and Mineral & Metal Prices
by Staff
The Risks of Mining Overseas
Zimbabwe is the latest country to threaten seizure of foreign-owned mining projects.
by Associated Press

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