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Let These Photos Take You to Alaska's Abandoned Mining

Oct 01, 2020· Let These Photos Take You to Alaska’s Abandoned Mining Towns when the copper and gold mining industries brought frontiersmen and their families

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Alaska Gold Maps Gold Claims

Our combined state and federal Alaska Gold Maps show there are currently 46,730 active gold claims, and 11,965 abandoned gold claims located on state lands—and 7,776 active lode and placer claims located on federal lands. All told, Alaska contains 54,506 active gold claims—that’s a whopping 12.4% of all gold claims in America.

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This Tour Through An Old Gold Mine In Alaska Will Take You

Until the year of 1938, Independence Mine was actually two separate mines. After the two mines joined forces, Independence Mine went on to become the second most productive mine in the state of Alaska during 1941. At the peak of it all there were 204 workers employed, 12 miles of tunnels and roughly $18 million dollars worth of gold.

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Alaska Ghost Towns You've Probably Never Heard Of The

Apr 02, 2017· Piles of freight and supplies on the waterfront, Dyea, Alaska, 1898. Credit: Wikimedia Commons. Dyea. Located on the south side of Chilkoot Pass, Dyea was one of the Alaska ghost towns that was once a booming place filled with gold miners and entrepreneurs chasing opportunity.

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Gold Mining Claims For Sale or Lease in Alaska Gold

Jun 07, 2020· PARTNER FOR JV IN 2,700 ACRE gold mining claims in South Central Alaska located N. of Glennallen in a Porphyry Belt and Critical Minerals Belt. Airborne Surveys are done. Documents on request. Partner may do due diligence and after drilling can earn up to 80% interest in the claims. Email [email protected] or call Cell: (520)709-0601

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MAJOR MINES AMA Alaska Miners Association

More than 200 placer mines produced 41,000 ounces of gold with a value of $52 million. Approximately 120 active rock quarries, and sand and gravel operations throughout Alaska with at least $12 million in production value on state lands. Export value of $1.8 billion, or 36% of Alaska’s total exports (2017). • 205 active placer mines produce

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Alaska Gold Mining Claims for $200 an acre Gold Prospectors

Jul 29, 2016· I have over two thousand acres of mining claims in Alaska 60 miles south of Tok, Alaska along Porcupine Creek and only 5 miles off the main highway. Access is by a good right of way trail. For sale at less than 40k per 160 acre claim $400,000.00 for 12-160 acre claims --

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MAJOR MINES AMA Alaska Miners Association

More than 200 placer mines produced 41,000 ounces of gold with a value of $52 million. Approximately 120 active rock quarries, and sand and gravel operations throughout Alaska with at least $12 million in production value on state lands. Export value of $1.8 billion, or 36% of Alaska’s total exports (2017). • 205 active placer mines produce

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Abandoned Mines -TOP 14

Find 14 Amazing Abandoned Mines relics from around the World.

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Home Gold Mines For Sale

The claim covers the historical Gold and Silver Bell mine, an historical gold and silver mine(s) located in the Lida District in Esmeralda County, Nevada. The GSB1 claim has three (3) mining shafts, one adit (horizontal tunnel), and numerous prospect pits and trenches. There are also tailings and other old workings that can be prospected.

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Alaska Ghost Towns You've Probably Never Heard Of The

Apr 02, 2017· Piles of freight and supplies on the waterfront, Dyea, Alaska, 1898. Credit: Wikimedia Commons. Dyea. Located on the south side of Chilkoot Pass, Dyea was one of the Alaska ghost towns that was once a booming place filled with gold miners and entrepreneurs chasing opportunity.

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What happens to abandoned mines? HowStuffWorks

Unfortunately, most mines remain abandoned waste sites. Cleaning up an old mine can be costly. Congressional testimony in 2006 concluded that it would take nearly $72 billion to clean up just the abandoned hardrock mines in the United States [source: Earthworks]. (These are mines that produce heavy minerals like silver, gold, uranium and other metals, located largely in the Western U.S.) Faced

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Gold Mines around Valdez, Alaska

Feb 01, 2020· Cliff mine became productive in 1910 and proved a very profitable mining venture. At the Cliff mine the vein has been followed to a depth of 400 feet below its outcrop. The Cliff vein had averaged about $50 to the ton, mostly in free gold, with very little change in depth.

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ABANDONED ALASKA, by Paul Scannell

The abandoned Bremner gold mine is a tiny speck in Alaska’s 20,000-square-mile Wrangell St. Elias National Park. The site’s inaccessibility ensures a near pristine example of pre-Second World

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Gold Mining Claim for sale eBay

Gold mining claims and gold mines for sale can be found throughout most of the US west, including California, Colorado, Nevada, and Montana. You can also find gold mine claims in Alaska. The weather around California gold claims for sale may arguably be most suitable for the longest period of mining

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Abandoned Alaska: Copper, Gold, and Rust (America Through

The sudden closing of the Kennecott copper mine in 1938 left many of these industrial and residential structures abandoned. Leaving with only what they could carry, the miners left plates on tables and sheets on beds. Preserved by their remoteness and Alaska's harsh freezing temperatures, the sites retain many of these precious artifacts.

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#52 We find the Mother Lode and the Gold Belt ! Two

Best mine exploration video yet! We climb to the top of a mountain and find a standing tram tower with a blacksmiths shop old equipment, machines and a mine

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This Historic Abandoned Alaska Road Trip Will Transport

Jun 08, 2017· The mining history in this area dates back to 1897, although the most productive years were from 1934-1943 and again from 1948-1950. It was the second largest hard-rock gold mining operation in the Last Frontier, second only to a larger site near Alaska’s capital city of Juneau.

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