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Klondike Gold Rush - Wikipedia

The Klondike Gold Rush was a migration by an estimated 100,000 prospectors to the Klondike region of the Yukon in north-western Canada between 1896 and 1899. Gold was discovered there by local miners on August 16, 1896, and, when news reached Seattle and San Francisco the following year, it triggered a...

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Gold mining in Alaska - Wikipedia

Placer mining continues throughout Alaska. Placer mine production during the 5 years to 2014 has averaged 74,360 ounces of gold or 8 percent of the total gold produced in Alaska annually. All of these operations are seasonal, none employ more than a few dozen people. Many are family operations with roots reaching...

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Alaska Gold & Resort, Llc. - Recreational Gold Mining, Historical ...

Gold Resort, Nome Alaska, Fishing, panning, metal detecting, sluicing, dredging, tours Alaska.

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Gold Rush Alaska Family Pictures | Gold Rush | Discovery

Meet the family behind the gold miners. Check out these pictures of the miners and their families.

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Alaska Gold Panning Tours | Our favorite day tours to catch gold fever

But this quick stroll into Alaska's gold-fever-influenced past offers a fun history lesson, as well as a pleasantly short turn at panning in that icy water yourself—with a guarantee that you'll score a little gold to take home. Alaska Travel Adventures' Historic Gold Mining & Panning Adventure is great for families, or anyone who...

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Gold Placers - EPA Archives

201811. TECHNICAL RESOURCE DOCUMENT. EXTRACTION AND BENEFICIATION OF. ORES AND MINERALS. VOLUME 6. GOLD PLACERS. October 1994 ... The first is EPA's Profile of the gold placer mining industry; the following sections are reports on site visits conducted by EPA to gold placer mines in. Alaska.

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