California Dredgers Shafted by Assembly Democrats
July 2010 by Scott HarnLegislation designed to provide full permit refunds to all suction dredge miners in California has been hijacked in an Assembly policy committee.
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Collinsville had been the scene of several small gold stampedes. The golden paystreaks had paid well here at times, with two main creeks producing most of the gold, including a 19 ounce nugget found on nearby Mills Creek, which flowed 100 yards away from the main camp.
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