Picks & Pans: Eureka! We Struck It Again
April 2002 by Don RobinsonAbout a half-hour after everything got underway, James came back to Harley, whispering, “Harley, you’re not going to believe this, but I just detected a vein with gold, lots of gold...I mean lots of gold. You’ve got to come and see this.”
Quite suddenly, another major financial issue with significant implications for the world of precious metals has been gaining growing attention. We are referring to concern about looming “currency wars,” and we also discuss that topic...
If the uranium industry stages a comeback, it will not likely be a mad rush like it was in the 1950s. Except for non-radioactive uranium, most surface and near-surface deposits have been found.
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Wyoming is an excellent place for prospectors, rock hounds, and companies to search for a variety of mineral resources.
The head of Alaska’s Department of Environmental Conservation angered environmentalists by saying more than enough acres are being managed for conservation and land set-asides aren’t necessary for environmental protection.
The Bawl Mill • 43 CFR 3809 Final Rule • Alluvial Fans • Platinum Claims on Heines Creek • More on Meteorites • The Gold Hill and Iowa Mine, Boise County, Idaho: 1863-1895 • The First Prospectors • All That Glitters is Gold • Aussie Gold—Swinging Over to South Australia • Melman on Gold & Silver • Mining Stock Quotes and Mineral & Metal Prices