Gold in Washington
Gold in Washington was originally published
as Bulletin No. 42 by the State of Washington
division of mines and geology in 1955. Book breaks out gold occurrences in
the state by county listing each known deposit, locations by township and
range, known placer deposits as well as history and production.
Olympic Peninsula Gold: Youra Guide to Gold on
Washington State's Olympic Peninsula
Where is the gold on WashingtonState's Olympic
Peninsula? This book answers the question. Which beaches are the highest
producers of gold? Names and locations. Where are the sunken ships with gold?
What are the stories of pirate's gold? What was Captain Drake doing on the
coast with 26 tons of silver and gold? This book reprints government reports
documenting the extraction of gold for mines and beaches along the coast of
the Olympic Peninsula. Includes regulations, glossary of mining terms,
organizations and a bibliography.
Gold and Silver in Oregon
Gold and Silver in Oregon is the de facto
standard on Gold and Silver Mining in Oregon.
This rare book was originally published in 1968 by the State of Oregon
Department of Geology and Mineral Resources and is now back in print from
Miningbooks.com. The book breaks the state of Oregon's Gold and Silver Deposits into two
parts : Eastern and Western. In depth history is provided on the locations
along with numerous maps showing locations of the deposits and mines,
schematics on the mines, production histories, geology, and more. Over 300
pages packed full of information.
Diving and Dredging for Gold (Diversification
The California Gold Rush began to decline about 1865, but the magical lure of
gold has never declined. Today, modern scuba diving equipment and techniques
make it possible to recover gold inaccessible to the original, hearty,
hardworking gold miners. This book gives personal accounts of how to do it,
where to look, and the equipment that brought the author the best results.
Gold dredging in California
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jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or
blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the
original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe
this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have
elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to
the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding
of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this
Placer Mining in Nevada
Placer Mining in Nevada originally published
in 1936 by University
of Nevada and U.S.
Bureau of Mines mining engineer William O. Vanderburg. Over 60 locations in Nevada are covered
including history of workings, geology, production, and potential of the
area. Nevada is one of the richest gold
producing states in the US.
Placer Gold Deposits of Nevada
A Reprint of the Original US Geological Survey Bulletin 1356. This
publication is a catalog of locations, geology, and production from the
placer districts of Nevada.
Over 100 Nevada Placer locations covered in this publication. This book is
the definative source for placer deposits in Nevada.
Arizona Gold Placers and Placering (Prospecting
and Treasure Hunting)
This is a reprint of the classic Arizona Bureau of Mines publication on gold
placers in Arizona.
Locations are listed by county, giving a summary of the geology and history
of gold production. An excellent overview of small scale gold placering
follows with facts about gold and how to find gold. Includes detailed
information about gold pans, sluices, cradle rockers and long toms. The final
section of the book includes information on selling gold, legislation
concerning prospecting, and the southwestern environs.