Gold was discovered in the Yentna CacheCreek Mining District in the US state of Alaska also known separately as the Yentna District or Cache Creek District of the upper Susitna Valley in 1898, soon followed by claim staking. Placer mining was reported in the Cache Creek drainage of the Dutch Hills by 1906. Quaternary glaciofluvial deposits, alluvial deposits, and Cenozoic conglomeraticGet Price
Rush, a Mining Ghost Town. Current Status All but two mines are on Federal land and are closed to Philadelphia mine sold status unknown. THE BEST KNOWN and most prolific specimen producing region of north Arkansas for many years was the Rush Creek zinc district of Marion were 12 named underground mines in the district. Of these, most specimen material came from
Nevada39s Fish Creek Mining District includes 1019 nearby claims669 active and 350 closedand 21 nearby mines7 occurrences, 6 prospects, and 8 producers.
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Cache Creek Area Mine, Yentna Mining District, MatanuskaSusitna Borough, Alaska, USA This record refers to the Cache Creek region generally, and encompasses many specific occurrences and former producers. Location The Cache Creek area, in the Yentna District, is a productive placer
The Wolf Creek district centers around Wolf Creek, a tributary of the Fisher River. Wolf Creek originiates in the Salish Mountains and flows west. The Fisher is a tributary of the Kootenai River. The district experienced some placer mining and has a few lode claims, but production has been insignificant.
The Bonniefield district is about 60 miles from Fairbanks and includes the Kanishna and Valdez Creek areas. This area has long produced some excellent placer gold. This was an important mining center extending from the Tanana Flats on the north and south to the north slopes of the Alaska Range, on the east by the Delta River and on the west by
THE YENTNA DISTRICT, ALASKA. By STEPHEN R. CAPPS. LOCATION AND AREA. The Yentna district received its name from Yentna River, the largest tributary of Susitna River from the west, the junction of the two rivers being about 25 miles above the mouth of the Susitna.
YENTNACACHE CREEK DISTRICT The YentnaCache Creek district includes about 2,000 square miles on the southeast slope of the Alaska Range and is located roughly between lat 61 5539 and 624539 N. and long 1502539 and 151 539 W. It includes the upper drainage of the Yentna River and its tributaries, the best known of which, from the standpoint
The Cache Creek Mine is in Petersville, Alaska. Historically the site has been part of the Yenta Mining District. The site was first discovered in 1906. The Cache Creek Mine is a placer mining operation. Initial production took place in 1910 and overall output was considered to be small size. The ore mined is composed of cassiterite, gold and
Cripple Creek Mining District, Teller Co., Colorado, USA The Cripple Creek district, in the southern part of the Front Range, about 20 miles southwest of Colorado Springs, is one of the most famous gold camps in the world. It is distinctly different from
Gold was discovered in the Yentna CacheCreek Mining District in the US state of Alaska also known separately as the Yentna District or Cache Creek District of the upper Susitna Valley in 1898, soon followed by claim staking. Placer mining was reported in the Cache Creek drainage of the Dutch Hills by 1906. Quaternary glaciofluvial deposits, alluvial deposits, and Cenozoic conglomeratic
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YentnaCache Creek Mining District by Paperback Book, 156 pages See Other Available Editions Description High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Gold was discovered in the Yentna CacheCreek Mining District in the US state of Alaska also known separately as the Yentna District or Cache Creek District of the upper Susitna Valley in 1898, soon followed by claim staking.
Vertical Files Places amp Things Mining Districts Description Newspaper article regarding the Castle Creek Mining District located near Wickenburg, AZ . Owned by the Castle Creek Mining and Development Company and included the Crown Point, Copperopolis and Quishenbury Mines.
GOLD MINING IN THE WILLOW CREEK DISTRICT. 197 It is proposed to install a tramway from the mill to the Rosenthal property, on the high ridge that borders the Fishhook Creek basin on the northeast, in the spring of 1916, in order to provide an additional supply of ore to the mill. GOLD BULLION MINING CO.
Cripple Creek mining district, the great gold camp of Colorado Contributor Names Amerine, C. H.
Cripple Creek District Mining History. The Cripple Creek mining district lies on the southwestern flank of 14,115 foot high Pikes Peak. Gold was discovered in 1890 by ranch handturnedprospector, Bob Womack. Relatively meager placers led to the discovery of rich vein deposits.
Publication Info Gold Districts of California Bulletin 193 California Division of Mines and Geology 1976 Table of Contents The district locations from this book have been added to the WMH Gold Explorer
Alleghany was the only town in California after World War II where gold mining was the principal segment of the economy. After 1960, production from the district, which had been averaging more than 500,000 per year, decreased greatly as more and more mining operations were curtailed.
20 Acre lode mining claim for sale. Located in the Kerber Creek Bonanza Mining District in Saguache County, Colorado. Asking 25,500.