The Business of Mining: Swap, Trade, or Exchange
November 2006 by Mark E. BattersbyWith property values trending upward over the past several years, many owners who purchased their businesses years ago are now discovering that the building housing the mining operation or supply business is the most valuable part of their business.
…the “One More Time” has turned into three more trips and each of the three has yielded more gold each time down.
It was "standing room only" as a crowd of approximately 50 interested miners attended a meeting hosted by the Powers Ranger District and Forest Service personnel from the Siskiyou National Forest.
While women were extremely rare in the early California gold camps, their relative absence did not always guarantee their safety or protection if they happened to be of Mexican nationality. The most memorable, graphic example of this tendency took place in Downieville, seat of Sierra County located on a fork of the Yuba River.
Have you ever wondered what it is going to take to stop the insanity of politicians and environmental groups from taking away our rights?
- Conversion charts and tables
- Solutions to anti-mining efforts
Due to technical difficulties, the online version of the February 2003 issue of ICMJ is currently unavailable. Please know we are working on this and will get the February issue uploaded as soon as possible. In the meantime, please enjoy the other issues of 2003! Thank you for your understanding! —ICMJ
The Bawl Mill • International Wayside Resurrects Gold Rush in British Columbia • Prospecting in Northern Sierra County, California • Government Says New Mine Will Benefit Bears • RS 2477 Fact vs. Fiction • The Nome Goldfields • Basic Sniping: Prospecting With a Pan & Simple Hand Tools • Over the Divide • Trio Accused of Stealing $1.7 Million in Gold • Ivanhoe Partners With Rio Tinto • Wyoming Expects Profits from Uranium • Melman on Gold & Silver • Mining Stock Quotes and Mineral & Metal Prices