BLM increases mining claim lo ion and maintenance fees
BLM increases mining claim lo ion and maintenance fees effective June 29 2009. June 29 2009. The Bureau of Land Management BLM has increased mining claim lo ion fees and maintenance fees in a final rule published in the Federal Register today June 29 2009. The lo ion fee increases from 30 to 34 per claim.
Placer gold mining in northern British Columbia 1860 to 1880
Placer gold mining in northern British Columbia 1860 to 1880. Creator. Trueman Allan Stanley. Publisher. University of British Columbia. Date Issued. 1935. Description. No abstract submitted
Search the List Cambrians Historic Area Heritage New Zealand
The area surrounding Cambrians is known for the extensive goldmining claims during the 19th and early 20th century. The scarred landscape following the west side of Loop Road from Cambrian to St Bathans was created through the hydraulic sluicing and elevating goldmining method that literally carved out the hillside and flats.
Ghosts of Potters
This first lo ion on the Range was named Potters 1 to distinguish it from Potters 2 and 3 which were found later. Potters Gully was considered a rich field and many successful claims were staked out. In 1862 throughout the entire two mile length of Potters Gully each miner averaged half an ounce of gold each at any one time.
united states Records of miners in the California Gold Rush
Gold Rush California State Library Gold Rush and Mining History from The Archival Research in Sacramento ARIS guide California Gold Rush 18481858 : Harvard University Library Open Collections When starting research on any new topic or area you can also collect material from other sites like Wikipedia like this article on the Yuba
The gold fields of Victoria in 186
2Lv the winter of 1862full ten years after the discovery of gold in Victoriait was considered advisable that an inquiry into the state of the goldfields should be instituted. Two questions were then occupying a consider able share of public attention in the colony.
Search the List Lower Nevis Historic Area Heritage New
Dredging continued in the Nevis into the 1940s and with few dredges surviving the 1920s this made the Nevis remarkable in its continuity of mining. Survey plans show the lo ions of a number of dredge claims: Ngapara No. 2 Company 1897 the Nevis Gold Dredging Company 1902 The Crewe Gold Dredging Company 1910 the Lower Nevis Gold
Gold rush Wikipedia
A gold rush or gold fever is a discovery of goldsometimes accompanied by other precious metals and rareearth mineralsthat brings an onrush of miners seeking their fortune. Major gold rushes took place in the 19th century in Australia New Zealand Brazil Canada South Africa and the United States while smaller gold rushes took place