Mining Journal Contest—How Much Is That Old Mining Journal Worth?
November 2008 by StaffIt could be worth $250! We are on a quest to find out who has the oldest surviving copy of our monthly Journal.
For those of you who don’t have the time or the means available to find gold, or you are just in the wrong part of the country, there are plenty of options available to purchase precious metals.
• Buying time
• Printing more money for banks and businesses...
• Food stamps = stimulus?
It is not just a few small-scale prospectors who use a home office. An increasing number of miners, prospectors, and mining-related business owners are operating at least a portion of their business from a home office.
Considering the frequency of mining gatherings in the USA, Canada and worldwide, many of our readers may wonder if there is sufficient new information available to make each gathering interesting and informative. In fact, they need not worry at all because rapid advances in mining technology...
We definitely got their undivided attention with our presentations. As a direct result of our presentations, the Desert Advisory Council recommended a Memorandum of Understanding be put together between the council and the Rand Mining District. This MOU was recently completed.
A 56-pound (25-kilogram) nugget belonging to an Australian prospector is 80 percent to 90 percent high-purity gold, University of Southern California scientists confirmed recently.
The Bawl Mill • Where To Find Diamonds • Miners Find Encouraging Prospects Near Livengood • The Business Of Mining: Profits, Losses, Hobbies and Businesses • Glen's Big Find • Suction Dredge Study • Lluvia de Oro— A Shower of Gold Awaiting Development in the Sierra Madre—Part I • Beyond The End of The Road • Barnes Store and Yankee Jims • Mining Tax Increase Suggested • Opening Ceremony for Buckhorn Mine • Melman on Gold & Silver • Mining Stock Quotes and Mineral & Metal Prices