The Bawl Mill
August 2001 by Scott Harn• ...three more days
At the end of the day, Jerry showed me how to clean out the sluice box and then how to pan out the concentrates. As we finished panning, there it was—a little tiny smile of gold...
A prospector, who wishes to remain nameless, located the pictured chevron gold specimens on October 29, 2003.
Familiarizing oneself with an unfamiliar part of the country is often a requirement of successful gold prospecting. In the pursuit of gold, it may become necessary for a prospector to branch out into new hunting grounds.
Gold's monetary role and its position as a reserve asset throughout the world were vigorously presented at a conference arranged by the Reinventing Bretton Woods Comittee held in New York recently.
Q: Our group has found a nickel deposit in the Yuma, Arizona area that is similar to the one that you wrote about...
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