Tales of California Gold Discoveries 2nd in a Series—The Jenny Lind Mine
October 2005 by Lewis SwindleIt is said that the richest deposits of gold at Foresthill were discovered by one of those accidents that is impossible for man to foresee, but which all are willing to take advantage of.
Assembly Bill 1032 has passed the California House of Representatives. The bill was authored by CalTrout and the Karuk Tribe, then introduced by Representative Lois Wolk.
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Platinum has run to record highs this year, but it’s not a rush of demand for wedding bands that has boosted prices. It’s diesel.
We have tentatively scheduled a date for next year’s show and we want you to know it’s not going to be on Easter weekend!
Gary Tainter sold his herd of dairy cows two years ago to dig for gold, and so far his venture is paying off.
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Many friends have come up to my locale to detect for gold. I am writing this article hoping that it may help anyone who uses a detector to prospect for gold nuggets.
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