Aussie Gold—A Look at Queensland
December 2001 by A.R. CameronQueensland produces about 25-28 tons of gold per year, which, while not in the same class as South Africa or North America, is still a respectable output.
A proposed 100-mile road will open up and revitalize the historic Yentna Mining District in Alaska, opening up new areas and opportunities for all in the area.
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Friends of Don and Marlene Doran often tease them about their hobby of searching for unique rocks. Now they are the ones laughing.
With history so often repeating itself, you can’t go wrong searching for gold using modern exploration techniques and exploration theories in regions of historic gold activity.
Excerpts from California Mining Journal, our original title, published 50 years ago this month.
For those who have the courage and resources to challenge the environmental opposition, I’d like to bring to their attention a potential new mining district in Montana that was suggested by an exploration project of The Bunker Hill Company about 30 years ago. I have no financial interest in the property or its future but feel the story should be told so that future generations might benefit from the mineral potential.
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