Gold in North Dakota
December 2002 by Edgar B. Heylmun, PhDNorth Dakota, 70,704 square miles in area, is situated on the Great Plains, in the geographic center of the North American continent. It is bounded on the north by Canada.
Half the prospecting adventures I’ve done on the Kenai Peninsula occurred in winter. Not because I enjoyed looking for gold among the ice flows or 34-degree water, but on some creeks winter is the best time to find gold after violent swirl holes slow down.
With a little homework and a methodical approach to sampling, a prospector can determine if a deposit is worthy of more of an investment...
This adit will be nearly 3.5 miles long when it reaches the ore zone.
Nevada’s attorney general for the first time is joining a rural county in a 15-year-old legal battle...
The large buckets were favorable for the type of ground worked. The gravel was tenacious and compact, due to the existence of irregular pockets of clay.
With property values trending upward over the past several years, many owners who purchased their businesses years ago are now discovering that the building housing the mining operation or supply business is the most valuable part of their business.
Have you ever wondered how misinformation about gold mining makes its way into the mainstream publications and news sources? Recently I stumbled across a “news” story that was pure rhetoric.
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