March 2001 by Leonard LeeperThe Christmas and New Year holidays were over and thoughts were slowly returning to normal after the hectic holiday pace both at work and home. As the festivities died away, an old familiar urge began growing...
Quarry operators would face tighter state regulations under proposed legislation that moved a step closer to approval recently.
The discovery of gold in the Klondike in August 1896 brought a rush that became a bonanza for a few, and hardship and disaster for many. The remoteness of the discovery site, and the extremely harsh climate made the effort to recover gold foolhardy for all but the most prepared.
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Within the first 3 hours he and I had found pocket after pocket of gold and couldn't wait to tell Levi of our treasure.
As a dedicated dredger, this was to be a totally different experience. Finding gold without using water seemed almost impossible.
Where can you find 80-degree weather, 76-degree water, 30-50 foot visibility, all the seafood you can eat, beautiful friendly people—and placer gold?!
The Bawl Mill • Our Readers Say • Gem Theft in Tucson • BLM 3809 Final Rule Implications • Selecting a Gold Recovery System • Placer Diamonds in Venezuela • Picks & Pans: Leon Always Finds the Most Gold • Company Notes • The Swift Shore Mine 1862—Present • Placer Gold in the Black Hills, South Dakota • Platinum and Diamond Discoveries Shine New Light on Historic Alaska Gold-Mining District • GATA Update • Melman on Gold & Silver • Mining Stock Quotes and Mineral & Metal Prices