Gold Rush Ship Uncovered in San Francisco
October 2001 by Associated PressWorkers at a hotel construction site uncovered a Gold Rush-era ship that had been buried for decades under the streets of the city’s Financial District.
How many more clays seams lie adjacent to known shear zones and quartz veins in the pocket areas of southwestern Oregon?
• South Korean ad campaigns make men blush
• A revolting development
• California Governor buys more votes
• The Bank of the EPA
• Just put it on my card
• Assembly Bill 1032
• Forest Service tries to rewrite Mining Law
• California seeks comments from dredgers
• Support PLP efforts
• This is a friendly reminder
• Homebuilders’ case may help miners
• “Ecological resources must be protected…”
In other words, just like those that move next to an airport and then complain about the noise, Mr. Riskedahl deliberately went out of his way to “witness and document the effects of suction dredge mining,” and when he found some, he was annoyed by it!
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