Roosevelt: From Boom Town to Mountain Lake
August 1999 by Sharon A. MurrayRoosevelt was a product of the Thunder Mountain boom, Idaho's last major gold rush.
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The first thing I realized was this was not a toy—this thing had power and I needed to really pay attention. I got into position, took a deep breath, and pushed that monster into the hard pack.
Fascinated by the sapphires—and the gold that occured with them—he was soon buying parcels of property and setting up his own commercial-scale gravel processing plants.
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While gold’s chart has recently confirmed its short-term negative trend, the intermediate trend remains neutral while gold’s long-term chart is beginning to show some positive indications.
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