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Rivers of Gold Placer Mining in Alaska - USGS

2010年8月7日  1886 Gold found in the Fortymile River, the first major gold discovery in the interior of Alaska. 1893 Gold discovered on Birch Creek in an area that later became famous as the Circle Mining District 1896 George Washington Carmack, Skookum Jim, and

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Gold placers of the historical Fortymile River region, Alaska

The Fortymile River region in east-central Alaska has a long and colorful history as the site of the first major gold discovery in interior Alaska. Placer gold has been mined in the region nearly every year since its original discovery in 1886. Total gold production is approximately 500,000 troy ounces.

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Gold Panning in Alaska - US Forest Service

gold has a rich yellow color or “kindly” appearance, turning paler as its silver content increases. gold is relatively easy to identify when you know its properties, but novices can confuse it with minerals such as pyrite and mica. Both can occur with gold. Pyrite, or “fool’s gold,” is brassy light yellow, and brittle. Mica is light

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Alaska Gold Panning Tours ALASKA.ORG

2023年7月12日  Gold Panning Tours. Map. Almost every major town or city in Alaska has gold mining as a major part of its history—and in some places, that history is still being written. In Nome, the most famous gold rush town in Alaska, you can still find prospectors working the beaches. Lots of people who come to Alaska end up looking for gold,

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GOLD PLACER MINING DEVELOPMENTS IN THE

2011年11月21日  The Iditarod gold-placer district is situated along the upper valley of Iditarod River, about 65 miles east of the settlement of Holy Cross or Koserefski, on the lower Yukon. (See map, PI. XI.) Iditarod River is the largest branch of Innoko River, which is the largest eastern tributary of the lower Yukon. The Innoko joins the

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Rivers of gold; placer mining in Alaska U.S. Geological

1998年8月1日  Publication Year. 1998. Title. Rivers of gold; placer mining in Alaska. DOI. 10.3133/fs05898. Authors. Warren E. Yeend, Peter H. Stauffer, James W. Hendley. Publication Type.

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National Park Service: Golden Places: The History

2022年4月21日  There was a major gold rush in Alaska to the Chisana River in 1913 (always spelled Shushana earlier) following the discovery of good prospects by partners William James, Peter Nelson, and Frederick

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The 10 Longest Rivers in Alaska - WorldAtlas

2018年7月17日  The 10 Longest Rivers in Alaska. The Yukon River in Alaska. Approximately 40% of U.S. surface water resources are located in the state of Alaska. These surface water resources include 12,000 rivers, more than 3 million lakes, and thousands of creeks, ponds, and streams.

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Places: Gold River, Alaska, USA LibraryThing

PlacesGold River, Alaska, USA. Places by cover. Titles Covers. Works (3) Titles Order; Christmas in Alaska: Mail-Order Bride/The Snow Bride by Debbie Macomber: Mail-Order Bride by Debbie Macomber: Small Town Christmas (Return To Promise / Mail-Order Bride) by Debbie Macomber: Related places.

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Gold placers of the historical Fortymile River region, Alaska

The Fortymile River region in east-central Alaska has a long and colorful history as the site of the first major gold discovery in interior Alaska. Placer gold has been mined in the region nearly every year since its original discovery in 1886. Total gold production is approximately 500,000 troy ounces. Although many of the rich deposits have been mined, there still

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Types of Rocks in Alaska: A Guide To The 8 Most Common You’ll Spot

The majority of gold is often found in quartz rocks near river beds or on large hillsides. Other than going gold panning in designated spots in Alaska, one can also search for gold using geophones. Trace amounts of gold can generally be found all over Alaska. However, the most common places you can find gold are: Yukon River Basin; Kuskokwim River

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Alaska Gold Prospecting Locations

Kuskokwim River Region Alaska. This large region is 400 miles long and 100 miles wide. The land is at sea level for the most part. It is the drainage basin for the Kuskokwim River and its tributaries lying south of the Yukon River. Place gold was discovered along the Kuskokwim River in 1898. Mining of the area was not in full bore until 1908.

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GOLD IN ALASKA - NPS History

2017年1月27日  Alaska coast to St. Michael, at the mouth of the Yukon River, and then up the river to the gold fields. The route, in theory, seemed easy and efficient. But stampeders soon found that few boats existed along the Yukon River; further­ more, the navigation season was so short that ice choked the river in early October. Almost no one who took ...

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13 Lost Treasures of Alaska

2022年9月9日  In 1848 gold was first discovered in the Kenia River in South Central Alaska. Along with that gold find, many gold prospectors hurried to this wild frontier to strike it rich. Many people have lost their lives in this wild country. But gold has been found in almost every part of Alaska making it one of the most gold-rich states in the Union.

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Alaska Gold Panning Tours ALASKA.ORG

2023年7月12日  Historic Gold Mining Panning Adventure. 8 Map Website. Season: Late April - early October $87 1.5 hrs. Come on this 1 ½‑hour tour out­side Juneau, and you’ll get a big appre­ci­a­tion for prospec­tors who arrived here more than 100 years ago: This water is

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The Pacific Historical Review

Gold was discovered in Alaska long before 1898. Even before the United States acquired Alaska in 1867, the Russians had found gold, but they discour-aged any systematic search lest their fur trade suffer.' In Canadian territory adjoining Alaska, gold had been found on the Fraser River in 1858, and on the upper waters of the Stikine in 1861.

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Alaskan Indigenous leaders fear impacts on salmon streams

2022年1月26日  Mining company Donlin Gold is seeking to develop one of the world’s largest open-pit gold mines near Alaska’s Kuskokwim River, a spawning ground for several species of salmon, which make up 50 ...

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These 17 Rare Photos Show Alaska's Fascinating Mining

2017年1月21日  However, these 17 very rare photos will show you a side of Alaska’s mining history you’ve never seen before. Get ready to be blown away! 1. The Nome Dredge pictured just 24 years ago in 1993. Wikimedia. 2. The downtown streets of Fairbanks were lively as can be in 1955 when the Gold Rush was hot and heavy. Wikimedia.

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Ancient Rivers and Critical Minerals in Eastern Alaska - Eos

2020年7月29日  Fieldwork is revealing a history of landscape evolution over the past 5 million years that links climate change and river capture to critical mineral resources across the Alaska-Yukon border. by A ...

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Goldabbau in Alaska - Wikibrief

2021年5月19日  Überblick über den Goldabbau in Alaska. Der Goldabbau in Alaska, einem Bundesstaat der Vereinigten Staaten, ist seit einigen Jahren, nachdem die Vereinigten Staaten das Gebiet 1867 vom russischen Reich erworben hatten, ein wichtiger Wirtschaftszweig und Impuls für Exploration und Besiedlung.Russische Entdecker

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National Park Service: Golden Places: The History of Alaska

2022年4月21日  The Alaska Gastineau, famed for the largest dam, longest tunnel, and fastest tunneling in the world of mining, failed in 1921. The Alaska-Juneau shut down in 1944 and is still closed, although there are prospects of a reopening. In all the three mines produced $158 million in gold. [ 1]

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Alaska Riverfront Property for Sale - 27 Properties

Find riverfront land for sale in Alaska including riverfront homes, river front lots, cheap river property, riverfront cabin properties, and camps on the river. The 27 matching properties for sale in Alaska have an average listing price of $953,781 and price per acre of $11,793. For more nearby real estate, explore land for sale in Alaska.

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