Gold Deposits of Georgia
June 2008 by Chris RalphThe first actual discovery of gold made on the lands of what is now the State of Georgia is shrouded in the mist of history.
The Reynolds gold mine is located approximately 6 miles northeast of the town of Troy, North Carolina, the county seat of Montgomery County. According to old reports, the mine was discovered around 1800. Production reports from the mine are sketchy, but mention the occurrence of telluride minerals associated with the gold. Early work was apparently confined to a number of quartz veins that traverse the property in a northeasterly direction.
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