A Guide to Overlooked Gold Deposits—Part V (Conclusion)
January 2004 by Lawrence DeeThis is the primary geological and mineral assessment agency in the US. Part of the Department of the Interior, the Geological Survey, often just called “The Survey” or USGS, has been in business since its founding in the 1800s. This means you can obtain publications all way the back to the early days of the survey...
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• From the National Forest Service
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Robert Sanregret—Attorney at Law
Western Mining Council
National Association of Mining Districts
The Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources has released the Directory of Active Mines in Arizona, 2001-2002.
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The first pieces found were in a spot that most gold hunters would not even detect, right in the middle of a downslope meadow.
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• The anti-terrorism television
• Diverting federal funds...
• Finally! Your tax dollars truly at work for you
…the general investment community has turned away from mining shares over the past three years and moved whole-heartedly into conventional investments.
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