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Idaho GOLD in 3 hours or less.
Just prospecting a few hours out of town in a small creek. We were able to set up our high banker and dig some amazing pay dirt. This is some of the richest dirt I have seen in a long time. We ran about a quarter yard of dirt and has some amazing gold. We also has so many garnets the black sands looked purple. The pump was pulling water out of the near by creek while we shoveled the gold bearing dirt through the high banker. after getting everything set up the kids were able to shovel some dirt through. The gold was not huge like they find up in the Alaska Yukon, but for around here it was good. the sluice box worked great and picked up even the finest gold. Thanks for watching, and please subscribe! Here is a link to my channel, check out my other great adventure videos. https://www.youtube.com/user/rj32 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Abandoned Ghost Town Factory Eastern Oregon" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKr1RFnIMuA -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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# 64 Metal detecting the Old gold mine in the Idaho Mountains
We had fun exploring the Old gold mine. We found some nice relics, we found a Chinese coin. Thanks for watching. HH & GL Please subscribe!
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Testing a gold claim in Idaho for purchase
This video is a tribute to the great Matthew Quigley - May your American Values live in our hearts forever. My father-in-law and I drive to a claim for sale in the Boise Basin. It was a great claim, and we found a decent amount for gold for the small amount of work we did. However, I passed on the claim because it was not quite what I was looking for. Great claim nonetheless! Yes I am aware of all the claim fraud that goes on in various states, which is why I personally verify every claim I visit on the BLM LR-2000 website. Great tool. Once again Roger thanks for your Awesome editing skills.
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Building on Your Claim - Mining 101 - Gold Rush Expeditions
Website: https://www.goldrushexpeditions.com/ Mining 101: https://www.goldrushexpeditions.com/how-to-guides/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoldRushExpedinc National Bureau of Mines: http://www.nationalbureauofmines.org/ Today on Gold Rush Media Corey and Jessica shed some light on Mining Claim laws in regards to structures on your Mine Site. Music Courtesy of Bensounds.com
Tom Kitchar - U S  Mining law
Tom Kitchar, president of the Waldo mining district in Josephine County, Oregon, talks about the history of U.S mining law, how it came about, and what it means.
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Gold Panning in Idaho #1
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Idaho dredge trip
My son tending the dredge
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Gold miners push for Mining Law
Workers at Tagon Gold Mine-1 in Mandalay division are calling on the government to adopt a Mining Law, which is currently being discussed in parliament.
Views: 609 DVBTVenglish
Silver Linings: The Early Days of Idaho's Silver Valley
Stretching 40 miles through the heart of northern Idaho, Silver Valley is a time capsule of the West. Deep within its valley walls, empires rose...and sometimes fell. Beyond the ribald tales, you will discover how the region's past has shaped what the Silver Valley is today...and why it still resonates with the spirit of those who sought its Silver Linings.
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Prospecting for gold in Idaho - Homemade sluice box
Prospecting Gold Idaho, sample areas for this summer!
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Start Finding Gold! - A Guide to Prospecting in Idaho
https://goldnuggets.leadpages.net/start-finding-gold-in-idaho/ Gold can be found all throughout the state of Idaho. Thousands of rich creeks, rivers, and mines are scattered throughout the state. Our new eBook will help you find places where you can successfully find gold! Click the link at the top of this description to get more information...
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Rocky Bar ~ Idaho Ghost Town ~ 2004
Once the County Seat of the largest mining district in Idaho, Rocky Bar was a thriving community until war made mining for gold not only unpatriotic, but against the law.
Views: 1947 Dave Niedrich
Rigging Idaho dredge mining bill supporter
Don Smith of Riggins Idaho tells about a bill that would exercise the rights he says the state has to overturn federal environmental laws.
Views: 153 Idaho Statesman
Finding Lost Gold! Colorado Springs, Colorado gold prospecting
As always, Mountainman is out and about! We went up the mountain once again, and this time we were looking for lost gold! There have been so many claims in America since the early years of the gold rushes that its hard to believe there is still gold up on the mountain. We use the LR2000 reports program to locate old, voided, or abandoned claims and mines. The claims are never easy to find in the bush bet perseverance wins out in the end. This old abandoned claim was found by the barely visible depression left in the ground. We crushed ore and tested the gravels in the washes in the area. It was a small load claim from the 40's an hour and a half hike strait up the side of the mountain. We are thinking about staking a claim in the area and are keeping the location under wraps until we locate our favorite spot! As always, leave us a comment if you wanna know more or subscribe to get our latest videos!
How to Find Gold Claims
Using the BLM LR2000 database to research if a particular piece of land has gold claims, both active and closed. Also a brief overview of using the PLSS mapping system in Google earth to plot the location of mineral claims. http://www.blm.gov/lr2000/
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Gold Prospecting in Colorado on Public Land
Thank you, www.GOLDSUPPLIES.com for the great new equipment at a discount price!!! Anyone can find Gold on Public Land you just have to know where to look. We are able to find small nuggets and lots of fine gold dust with a sluice but you can even use just a simple gold pan for finding real gold on your next trip or weekend. There are great locations around Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Buena Vista, Aspen, and Fort Collins that you can find great gold on state owned land.
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Gold Prospecting in North Central Idaho First time out this summer
Went camping for the first time this year and broke out the rocker box. The water was really high...but it was great fun.
Views: 4907 John Jacobs
GOLD PROSPECTING IN COLORADO #gold #goldpanning #5280adventures
I went and visited Arapahoe Bar near Golden Colorado. This was my first attempt ever at panning for gold. I had a great time out in the sunshine and even came home with some gold flakes.
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How To Find Opals FINDING GOLD VII Finding Gold Series Prospecting
How to find opals Finding Gold 8: http://youtu.be/w7bI4uUacRg Gold & Gem locations: http://www.treasuresites.com/treasurebooks.htm Finished examples: http://www.ebay.com/usr/4-matt1 Opals occur most commonly around basalt deposits, though they can be a mineralized gel replacement for wood (petrified wood is one process, opal is another). To look for opal: go to the basalt (lava) areas (use a USGS mineral map), then look for depressions (old springs) or flat areas on hillsides where you see the ground pictured in the film. Opals have a specific gravity lighter than sand so pieces (float opal) will come to the surface. Start looking for pieces (the tops will be sun-baked white). If you are finding obsidian (volcanic glass) walk up to a lower temp. mineralization and look for opal. Opal can be black opal, white opal, red (fire) opal, clear opal, or solid opal, and precious opal can be found right along with common opal. Precious opal can (in some cases) be found with ultraviolet light. Some opal can be up to 20% water, and be subject to cracking and crazing if not dried over a period of years. What I personally like about the hillside prospecting method shown is the opal has been thoroughly dried out over the eons and is ready to cut into jewelry from day one. How much opal was recovered in this film? Pounds. Get out there and find yourself some opals -- and defend the 1872 mining law -- it is the only piece of paper that gives the average citizen the right to be on public property, whether prospecting or riding a bicycle. Beware of those trying to change or take it away in the name of "protecting" the land -- they are only taking away your freedoms. Gold and platinum are 15-19 times heavier than other streambed materials and concentrate in low pressure areas and cracks that run across rivers and streams. You look for a crack on the bank, and follow it out until you meet the "gold line" and there you suck it out with your dredge. Gold will be on the outside edge of a river gravel bar, at the head of the bar (large gold but usually beneath big boulders), and at the tail end of a bar (vast concentrations due to river bars forming in the shape of an airfoil and sucking fine gold to the tail end) but be small to microscopic at the tail end. Gold will travel down a river or stream in a line, usually off center of the high pressure water. Gold will settle behind a boulder. A good place to fish, can also be an excellent place to find gold. "Black sand" is iron ore that can be readilly identified in gravel bars and is a ready indicator that gold is probably present. The most effective and economical way for the average person to find paying concentrations of gold in a river or stream is with a simple ($80) sluice that you shovel into and the riffles retain gold, platinum, gems and anything heavy for you. Gold can be found up high on the old river channels and recovered with metal detectors, a gold wheel, a highbanker, or simply by identifying the material, shoveling it in your truck and working it out later in a wheel, or your simple stream sluice. The states which have gold in vast quantities are: Maine, Vermont, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, California, Idaho, Washington, Montana, and Oregon. The rest have gold as well, some in very good concentrations. All have gems of some kind that a sluice will seperate and hold. Good luck finding the gold of your dreams! Find gold by viewing the other films in this series for all the methods (from simple hand tools to metal detectors) plus even more valuable gems. Fire opal, fire opal, fire opal, fire opal, fire opal, fire opal, fire opal traced to the source vein. Finding Gold Series Prospecting
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We went out and saw how people mine the Kern River.
Gold Prospecting moonlight
At this location the second largest nugget ever discovered in New Zealand was turfed up in 1917 by prospectors who were re-working old tailings from the 1860's gold-rush to Moonlight Creek. The 87.5 ounce nugget was named the 'Victory'. George Moonlight moved from the Victorian Goldfields (Australia) to New Zealand, then caught a steamer to the west coast of the South Island. George travelled from one gold rush to another, sometimes striking good gold, often not. His remains were found on the 16 September 1884 at Hope Bush (Cow Creek) having gone missing the year before on a lone prospecting trip, and is buried at the Nelson cemetery. Gold was discovered at a site, about 40 kilometres north-east of Greymouth, by prospectors called Cabet (surname) and 'Panama Bill', in 1868. They decided to name the new goldfield after George Moonlight. The creek and neighbouring terraces contained coarse dark nuggetty gold, sometimes impregnated with rose quartz (or rose tinted quartz). Many large nuggets have been found historically at the site. These include W.H. Jones 52 oz, George Fox 78 oz, William Coulter (known as Santa Anna) 47 oz, Mitchell and Russell (surnames) 79 oz, 60 oz, 40 oz, 2 x 33 oz, 22.50 oz and 20 oz, 'Flash' Barry (named after his spending spree in Melbourne from gold finds in the Victorian goldfields) 37 oz, Young and party several from 37 oz to 23 oz, Alfred Bliss 37 oz, Thomas Wood 36 oz, and much more that goes unrecorded. Retired geologist Jock Braithwaite when interviewed in part about Moonlight Creek, gives a fine definition of a nugget: ' A nugget is if you drop it in the dish, and it goes ding'. The site is well known amongst gold fossickers, lured by the romantic name, and the improbable promises of riches, from the many nuggets found here in the past. Gold prospecting requires a permit, but not in the seventeen public fossicking sites on the South Island (always check the Department of Mines website for the most up to date information). Prosecutions for mining without a permit do occur, as a property owner near the entrance of the Moonlight Road found in 2016. Non motorised fossicking is allowed, in designated fossicking sites, including panning dishes, and small scale sluicing. The thought here is families will come, with children given the opportunity to pan for gold in the creek, finding a few specks, then going home happy having spent the day in the beautiful New Zealand outdoors. Not everyone buys into this. Online forums note conflicts with people behaving badly, including a local rock club who arrived, and were threatened by a man clearing trees. Gold does funny things to people, and does not always bring out the best in human nature. Small nuggets have been reportedly found up to recent times. The best time to go is spring and early summer, after the winter floods have potentially washed gold nuggets to the surface. The best time to go to avoid people is mid-winter, when there is knee deep mud, constant drizzling rain, and sub-zero temperatures. The entrance road to Moonlight Creek can be found at a location called Atarau, on the main road on the northern side of the Grey River. Where the road turns sharply is a pull-out area with prominent 'Moonlight' sign, and minor gold mining equipment. The fossicking site is via a narrow gravel road heading north from here into the thickly forested hills for 10 kilometres (sometimes used by logging trucks), to a place now known as Anderson's Flat. The fossicking area covers 59 768 ha, beginning 1.32 kilometres above the bridge crossing. A gold location near Queenstown is also called Moonlight Creek. Prospectors rushed to the site after the 1868 find, many described as 'hatters', a gold mining term for an elderly prospector having gone slightly mad in the head from gold fever. The focus was on a gutter running parallel to the creek, and disappearing into a terrace. Much tunnelling into the terrace failed to locate the gutter extension. There were reefs at Moonlight Creek, but it appears not enough for large company involvement. Several pegged claims, and a couple started work, but amounted to little. The creek was pegged by dredging companies with a similar result. An 1875 report states by this stage many had left, with one store remaining. Coarse gold was also found at Caledonian Creek, 5 miles away: Baxter Creek for fine gold; and Garden Gully, all seeing small numbers of miners around the same time as the Moonlight Creek rush. Long (like all day) difficult (steep, muddy, wet etc) but beautiful walks and mountain bike trails eg. Croesus Track,can be taken through the lush temperate rainforest to the Garden Gully site, containing swing bridges, a 1905 era stamp battery, mining relics, and tin gold miner huts.
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Outback Idaho Adventure Metal Detecting Owyhee County Idaho
ScottsMotoNet is metal detecting the homesteads of Owyhee County, Idaho and it's impressive natural places and old mines. This video was filmed is the Southern part of Idaho just south east of Murphy, Idaho. Pack It In, Pack It Out, Please Don't Leave Trash Behind. If You Dig It Up, Fill It Up, Don't Leave Holes Behind. If you would like to experience more rockhounding adventures, please check out ScottsMotoNet YouTube Channel and hit subscribe. Thanks for your interest.
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First Idaho Gold Nugget Found with my Garrett ATX Metal Detector
I took my dredge out a few days earlier and wanted to do a little metal detecting. I got permission from a claim owner who lives in Atlanta Idaho to detect his claim. So I grabbed my Garrett ATX and went at it. I almost quit after 2.5 hours of no luck and it was starting to get hot, but right then I got a nice little signal in a bedrock crack and dug it out. Turned out to be a nice little .4 gram Idaho gold nugget at about 2.5 inches. First Idaho gold nugget!
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Gold mining Dredging first time getting comfortable. .
Getting it done. He has gotten the hang of it!!!
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Metal Detecting Idaho - Success Story
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North Idaho metal Detecting adventure
A short video on my run up north Idaho Bonners Ferry
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GOLD RUSH - GOLD TOWNS (Old Wild West History Documentary)
GOLD RUSH - GOLD TOWNS (Old Wild West History Documentary) INCREDIBLE HISTORY DOCUMENTARY - In the early 19th century, California was a dusty outpost few Americans had visited. Settlers began to trickle west, but it wasn't until 1849 that the onslaught began the Gold Rush. Gold Rush Ghost Towns explores one of America's most fascinating periods: the glory days of the western Gold Rush.
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Exploring Historic Gold Mines of Colorado (SNEAK PEEK!)
Sneak peek of new series of videos in the making, by Lost River Gold. Exploring old gold mines/miners camps through our travels of 49'er country.
Industry Watch: Al chats with Del Steiner of Premium Exploration Inc. about Idaho Gold Projects
This video was filmed on May 19th, 2010. Nationally syndicated radio show personality Al Korelin from the Korelin Economics Report hosts Industry Watch. Al's guest is Del Steiner of Premium Exploration Inc. Mr. Steiner began his career in the junior exploration and mining sector in 1980 as an attorney and consultant specializing in environmental and mining law. Mr. Steiner was formerly President, CEO and Director of Idaho Consolidated Minerals Corp. (ICMC). During his tenure at ICMC, Mr. Steiner was involved in the development of over 600,000 oz Au on the Orogrande Shear Zone in Idaho, USA. He was also instrumental in helping Bema Gold obtain the original permitting for the Buffalo Gulch Gold Mine in 1992, prior to the mine being put on care and maintenance. Mr. Steiner took Premium Exploration public in the Spring of 2006 and is a Director of SNS Silver Corp. In 2009, Premium Exploration Inc. (TSX-V:PEM) came out of one of the world's worst financial crisis' armed with a new management team, new gold properties and a strong long-term outlook on gold and other precious metals. Our experienced management team is committed to adding ounces to our resource from every drill program. With ongoing exploration to develop a multi-million ounce gold target, Premium is on its way to revitalizing the historic Orogrande Shear Zone gold district in central Idaho, USA. With 28 kilometers of potential high-grade gold open for exploration, Premium Exploration is developing what could be the next "Carlin Trend" in central Idaho. To learn more visit http://www.premiumexploration.com/ To listen to the Korelin Economics Report visit http://www.kereport.com/ To learn more about Industry Watch visit http://www.evenkeelmedia.com/
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Pearl Idaho, Dirt-E-Vlog 6 and mines!
In this episode RacerRed and I explore a bit of Idaho, we went to Pearl Idaho. All speeds displayed and sounds of engines racing have been digitally enhanced for your viewing pleasure, Video is 1 or more years old stock video. Please obey speed limits and local laws. All other riders, cagers and people in this video were unpaid stunt men/ women from Mexico
Views: 434 Piston Slap
California's War on Gold Dredging
About 75 gold prospectors gathered at a court house in Rancho Cucamonga Monday, Aug. 27 to show support for the small-scale mining community which has suffered under California's statewide ban on suction dredge mining, which was signed into law in 2009 and extended in 2011. Proceedings will continue this week as miners seek a preliminary injunction against the moratorium to resume the pursuit of their passion and livelihoods livelihoods: Rancho Cucamonga Court, Judge Gilbert G. Ochoa Dept. R8, 8303 Haven Ave. (at Foothill) Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 Public Lands for the People President Jerry Hobbs has issued an appeal encouraging GPAA members and other miners to show up at the hearing to show support for the mining community.
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Bucket List: Black Hills Big Thunder Gold Mine Claim Panning
If you've ever wanted to be a gold miner, here's a glimpse at a half-day claim panning excursion we took into the Black Hills National Forest in autumn. Big Thunder Gold Mine offers everything from mine tours to half and full day panning outfits of various degrees. We had a great time, worked hard, and came home with some flakes of gold as well as other gemstones. If you plan to be a gold "panner" for a day, be aware that you WILL get dirty, and you WILL get wet. This is not a handicap accessible excursion, and includes a half-mile, overland hike in to the claim along the Battle Creek. This adventure was made possible by NTF's "Aunt Sharyn", who gave Calvin a half-day panning for family of 4 for his 10th birthday! For the record, South Dakota still has a shoot-on-site law in it's books for claim jumpers, so be sure you steer clear of mineral claims in the Black Hills! As always, hike and adventure at your own risk! Be safe out there. All photos and videos taken and edited by Nature Tech Family (c) copyright 2016. Find us on Social Media (@naturetechfam): Twitter: www.twitter.com/naturetechfam Instagram: www.instagram.com/naturetechfam Facebook: facebook.com/naturetechfam Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/naturetechfam UST Brand Ambassadors: www.ustbrands.com Subaru Ambassadors: www.subaru.com Gear Forward Ambassadors: www.gearforward.org Join us on Twitter chats: #parkchat #campchat #hikerchat #GearMeOut Music via YouTube: Night Vision by Bird Creek, labeled free for commercial use.
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# 28 Digging in the Idaho Desert - AT Pro and NEL Sharpshooter coil
We had so much fun Digging in the Idaho Desert, we found some nice relics and Bottles. No Coins - AT Pro and NEL Sharpshooter coil.
Views: 554 Spud Diggers
Sunshine Mine Fire Disaster Idaho November 1972 MSHA
The Sunshine Mine near Kellogg, ID, was the nation's premier silver producer for many years. In 1972, the mine was nearly 6,000 feet deep, contained hundreds of miles of worked-out areas, and employed nearly 500 people. Because of its depth and the type of host rock for the silver (unburnable quartzite), the general thinking of the day was that fires in mines such as the Sunshine were impossible, because "hard-rock mines don't burn." What wasn't really considered was that timber supports, foam insulation, and mining equipment do burn and that the carbon monoxide gas produced by burning is far more deadly than fire itself. Thus, no one was prepared when, on May 2, 1972, a fire of unknown origin broke out below the 3100 level of the mine. Before long, 173 miners on the day shift were trapped by thick, black smoke. By the time the fire was out, 91 miners had died, and the Sunshine Mine Fire became known as one of the worst mine disasters of the 20th century. After the Sunshine Mine disaster, Congress passed the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 (Mine Act), the legislation which currently governs MSHA's activities. The Mine Act amended the 1969 Coal Act in a number of significant ways, and consolidated all federal health and safety regulations of the mining industry, coal as well as non-coal mining, under a single statutory scheme. The Mine Act strengthened and expanded the rights of miners, and enhanced the protection of miners from retaliation for exercising such rights. Mining fatalities dropped sharply under the Mine Act from 272 in 1977 to 86 in 2000. The Mine Act also transferred responsibility for carrying out its mandates from the Department of the Interior to the Department of Labor, and named the new agency the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). Additionally, the Mine Act established the independent Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission to provide for independent review of the majority of MSHA's enforcement actions. In 2006, Congress passed the Mine Improvement and New Emergency Response Act (MINER Act). The MINER Act amended the Mine Act to require mine-specific emergency response plans in underground coal mines; added new regulations regarding mine rescue teams and sealing of abandoned areas; required prompt notification of mine accidents; and enhanced civil penalties. For more on the history of mine safety, go to http://www.msha.gov/AboutMSHA.HTM . This was clipped from the 2004 video, We Are ... MSHA, by the Mine Safety and Health Administration and available at the MSHA website and the Internet Archive.
Views: 9276 markdcatlin
Visit Idaho, USA and explore by region - Unravel Travel TV
Idaho is the 13th largest state in the union, covering 83,557 square miles. Natural Wonder • Shoshone Falls in Twin Falls is 212 feet high – 36 feet higher than Niagara Falls. • At 7,900 feet, Hells Canyon is the deepest river-carved gorge in North America, deeper than even the Grand Canyon. • The world’s densest populations of nesting eagles, hawks and falcons can be found at the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. • In Soda Springs you can find the largest captive geyser in the world – it erupts every hour on the hour, reaching heights of 100 feet. • The Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness is one of the largest wilderness areas in the Lower 48, second only to California’s Death Valley. • A sand dune within Bruneau Dunes State Park rises 470 feet above the surrounding desert floor, making it the tallest single-structured sand dune in North America. History and Heritage • Idaho City was once the largest town in the Pacific Northwest it developed around gold mining in the 1860s. • Farragut State Park, and adjoining Lake Pend Oreille, was home to a Naval Training Station during WWII. • In the old West mining town of Wallace the entire downtown core is listed on the National Historic Register. • Idaho had a nationally-renowned wine industry until Prohibition closed it down. Today, it is Idaho’s fastest growing agricultural industry with three AVAs in the state. • The Oregon Trail ran right through southern Idaho, leaving behind historic landmarks and sites to explore. • Idaho is home to six Native American tribes: The Coeur d’Alene, Kootenai of Idaho, Nez Perce, Shoshone-Bannock, Shoshone-Paiute and Lemhi-Shoshone tribes. • Boise is home to one of the largest Basque communities in the United States, with nearly 16,000 people. Quirky Tidbits • Lewiston is the most inland seaport on the west coast, hosting cruise and cargo ships that travel up the Columbia River. • There are more than 50 wineries in Idaho, producing more than 25 varietals of wine. • Idaho is known as the “Gem State” because 72 types of precious and semi-precious stones can be found here, including some which can be found nowhere else in the world. • The Wild Huckleberry is the state fruit, and can be found on menus throughout the region. Geography • Idaho is bordered by Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming and Montana. • The highest elevation point is Mt. Borah at 12,662 feet, and the lowest is 738 feet above sea level in Lewiston. • Idaho is home to more miles of whitewater than anywhere else in the continental U.S., making it a paddlers’ paradise. • Idaho contains nearly 600 registered campsites, which include those within Idaho’s 30 state parks, 10 national forests and on other public lands. • There are over 300 hot springs in Idaho with over 130 deemed soaker-friendly. • Thirty one (31) scenic byways crisscross the state, highlighting stunning scenery and area histories. Pop Culture • Sun Valley Resort was America’s first destination ski resort (as well as where the first chairlifts were installed). • Idaho claims the only state flag designed by a woman. • The Perrine Bridge over the Snake River at Twin Falls is the only place in the country where BASE jumping (parachuting from a fixed structure) is allowed year-round without a permit. http://www.VISITIDAHO.ORG Unravel Travel TV http://www.unraveltravel.eu
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Oregon Beach Gold, Using Gold Cube
Just a quick video of some beach gold prospecting using a gold cube. Thought I would share it here. There is PLENTY of gold on specific beaches in Oregon for everyone to go have a little fun. Be respectful. Clean up your junk. Know the rules and laws. Enjoy. Song clip at beginning of video is Greg Graffin "Cold As The Clay". Please Stay tuned to this channel as MANY new videos will be posted this summer. Questions, feel free to ask.
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Turkey Draw Gold Mining Claim for sale on Turkey Creek Prescott AZ
www.minedata.us Product Details: This Unpatented Mining claim is set in the beautiful area of Prescott AZ near Pine Flat. You are surrounded by pine trees, mountians and streams. The Access to this claim is very easy! it is only about 1000 feet off the Senator HWY heading south out of Prescott. There is also a dirt road that can be used as direct access to all parts of the claim. A Truck or vehicle with plenty of clearance is recommended and obviously there is a walking path where you can park directly off of Senator HWY and simply walk into the claim carrying your mining equipment or using a small cart. There are several close amenities such as hotels gas stations and shopping centers within just 15 miles from the claim. Production History: This is a silver-gold-lead-copper mining area located about 20 miles SE of Prescott in the vicinity of upper Turkey Creek, South of Big Bug Mesa. Essentially from the town of Goodwin to a point near Turkey Creek station on the railroad line to Crown King. The rocks of the district are mainly Yavapai Schist of sedimentary origin, intruded on the East and West by Bradshaw Granite, and on the South by the monzonite-porphyry stock of Battle Flat. There are also historical gold finds in the washes, tributaries, benches and tailings. There are several gold mines in this area that produced large quantities of gold along with several surface/placer deposits that can still be worked all over the property including an ancient riverbed that is currently covered with a large metal lid and a fence around it. What we found while testing: Water flows about 6-8 months out of the year depending on how much snow the Bradshaw mountains receive during the winter. We tested the hill sides and the center of the wash, we ran 3 buckets of material and found a minimum of 1 color per pan up to 18 colors per pan! Larger nuggets and pickers are found all the time on Turkey Creek. Also additional information concerning finds in this area can be found in nugget hunting and prospecting forums. Information concerning your purchase: You are purchasing (1) one placer mining claim, owned and located by MineData LLC. This purchase is for all interest in the claim. The claim have been examined and documented by professional mineral field surveyors. They have verified the information and potential mineral content of the site. The claim is as represented and documented above. Each Placer claim measures 1320ft by 660ft or 20.00 acres, unless otherwise noted. The claim has been verified and recorded with the Arizona BLM and Yavapai county recorders office. For more information on this, please contact the Arizona BLM on their website. This mining claim gives the owner full control of the minerals and ownership of all minerals and gems on the claim for as long as the purchaser maintains ownership. Ownership is retained by annual maintenance assessments of $155 per claim or by the Small miner paperwork when you have 10 or fewer claims in a year, plus a small recording fee to the BLM and the County Recorders office. These fees are per claim, per year. This claim has been paid in full until September 1st of 2018. Binding and Legal notes: The claim has been staked according to state law to include all of the mines and land as pictured. MineData LLC. has placed all stakes on all corners as required by law. The claim(s) has been described professionally and according to the BLM. They have been measured, staked and validated by professional Mineral and Mining Claim Surveyors. Ownership of this placer claim gives the registered owner full control and ownership of all locatable minerals that may be located on the claim. The sale of this claim(s) does not constitute any speculative investment or security. MineData LLC. is not selling any stocks, shares, securities or any sort of speculative investment. The sale of this claim and the information contained therein does not imply or guarantee values, assay reports, or future earnings. MineData LLC. makes no guarantees, neither written nor implied of any past, present or future value or mineral content. The sale of this claim does not account for any land or access issues that may arise. MineData LLC. recommends that all buyers make all efforts to inform themselves on the interests and legalities of mining claims prior to any purchase of mining claims. MineData LLC. is available via phone or email during normal business hours. Our offices are open from 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday. The MineData LLC. team is knowledgeable and competent to answer any questions you may have. Please don't hesitate to contact us. (928) 499-7228
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Idaho House panel reintroduces anti-Sharia law bill
Republicans on an Idaho House panel have once against agreed to introduce anti-Sharia law legislation designed to prevent Idaho courts from making decisions based on Islamic or other foreign legal codes.
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The New 49ers Prospecting | Gravity Mining | First Outing 2016
First outing for the New 49er's Prospecting Association's 2016 season using gravity gold mining method which was used over 150 years. We are bringing it back because we have no choice at the moment thanks to California's illegal mining laws. It works pretty good! We found 11 dwt of gold, over a half oz. See more http://goldgold.com Good gold, good people, great place to Make America Great Again! Filmed on a Canon HF G30 and a DJI Phantom 4 Drone Rode videomic pro for audio Edited in Final Cut Pro X
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Metal detecting old Colorado gold mining sites!
Edited out some copyrighted music and brought back this video of some great old 49er gold country. Swearing. Today I decided to head up the mountains and swing the detector around some mid to late 1800's gold mining areas near Idaho Springs, Colorado. Thanks for . A mens night out at a cabin in the wilderness gave us the chance to detect the grounds of an 1800's goldmine. Great fun to say the least. Digging The Coast: . Andrew and I hit the old gold mine that we have been going to for the last few months. We both were using Minelab X-Terra 705's, and Garrett Pin Pointers. Old Gold Mines are a Great Place to Metal Detect. Here in California in the Desert we have a ton of Abandon Gold Mines. (Forget about Finding more gold).
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Metal Detecting Rockville, Idaho Stage Stop and Old Cowboy Camps
Metal detecting Rockville, Idaho stage stop, "The Rocks", and its surrounding cowboy camps from the 1800's.
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SF Payette dredge
Suction Dredge mining on SF Payette River, Idaho. This operation does not have an NPDES permit and is operating illegally
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Metal Detecting Pioneer Wagon Trail Owyhee County Idaho USA
Metal detecting pioneer wagon trail located south of Snake River in Owyhee County, Idaho. Road constructed by the pioneers coming west in their wagons during the 1800s.
Views: 1073 ScottsMotoNet
Eustace Mullins in Idaho 1991
The 'New' World Order, lecture by Eustace Mullins for America's Promise Ministries in Sandpoint, Idaho. Introduction by pastor Dave Barley. "George Bush" "James Baker" "Washington D.C." "Seat of Government" "CBS News Building" "The Great Betrayal" "Jack Anderson" "Henry Kissinger" "Saudi Arabia" "Bechtel Corporation" "The World Order" "The Reagan Bush Campaign" "The Pratt Family" "Standard Oil" "John D. Rockefeller" "Council on Foreign Relations" "Dr. Emanuel Josephson" "George Pratt Schultz" "Caspar Weinberger" "Schroder Rockefeller Corporation" "J. Henry Schroder of London and Germany" "Hitler's personal bankaccount all through the 1930s" "The Anglo-German Alliance" "Frank Tiarks" "Sir Montagu Norman" "Bank of England financed the entire Hitler government" "Queen Elizabeth II" "Brown Brothers Harriman" "Brown, Shipley & Company" "Director Bank of England" "Queen Elizabeth II and George Bush, the world's two biggest drug dealers" "Lyndon Larouche" "CIA, the Drug Company" "Air America" "Southern Cross" "Colonel Bo Gritz" Mormons "The World Order control the media all over the world" "Media Propaganda" "Total Media Control" "Judeo Masonic Line" "London Economist" Aluminum Alzheimer "Murder by Injection" "Aluminum and Iron" "Ezra Pound, political prisoner" "Walter Winchell" "Elizabeth Dilling" "Anti-Communist Movement in the 1920s" "Total Mind Control" "Warren T. Brookes" "Pat Buchanan" "Since 1933 the Democratic Party has been totally taken over by the Stalinist wing of the communist party" "Bella Moszkovicz masterminded the Roosevelt campaign for the presidency" "Felix Frankfurter" "Dean Law School Harvard University" "Most Dangerous Revolutionary in the United States" "Theodore Roosevelt" "Woodrow Wilson" "Staunton Virginia" "William Howard Taft" "Presidential Elections 1912" "Jewish bankers led by Jacob Schiff" "pogroms in Russia" "Federal Reserve Act" "Deliberately and Artificially Engineered Stockmarket Crash of 1929" "Engineered for profit and political goals" "International Gold Movements" "Lazard Brothers of New York and Paris" "Herbert Hoover" "Franklin Delano Roosevelt" Stalin Trotsky Bronstein Lenin "Genrikh Yagoda, Stalin's NKVD henchman" "Stalinist wing vs Trotskyite wing" Rothschilds "Trotskyites became NeoConservatives" "The NeoCons in the early 1980s were fighting the Stalinists in Washington" "Bechtel Corporation and Hoover Institution, from Stanford University, California" "Elihu Root" "Herbert Hoover led American food transports to the Soviet Union to save the Bolshevik Revolution" "The Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace" "Herbert Hoover was a longtime Rothschild employee" "The three main Rothschild enterprises are Rio Tinto Zinc, Sun Alliance and the Bank of England" "The Rothschilds made Herbert Hoover in 1905 Director of Rio Tinto Zinc" "Bernard Baruch" "Paul Warburg" "Max Warburg, advisor to the Kaiser" "The Rothschilds made Herbert Hoover organize the 'Belgian' relief commission in 1916" "The Rothschilds had their headquarters in Belgium" "Bernard Baruch and Eugene Meyer" "Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Company" "Bernard Baruch, head of the War Industries Board" "Eugene Meyer, head of the War Finance Corporation" "Congressman Louis McFadden" "The Washington Post" "Katherine Meyer" "Philip Graham" "Katherine Graham" "Newsweek Magazine" "Donald Graham" "Lyndon Larouche" "Congressman George Hansen" "Billy Graham" "William Randolph Hearst" "Billy Graham Shopping Centers" "Billy Graham's Finances"
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Gold sluice VT, New England Gold Prospecting
Not long ago, sluice permits in Vermont were just a means of supplemental income for the state. The enforcement of using a 36" sluice without a permit was barely being done around 5 corners. Since then, many property owners and river management have made complaints because of prospectors who have been destructive. This video was shot before those days when only the use of a dredge was a no-no in Vermont. Enjoy.
Absurd U.S. Laws Still on the Books Today!
Get more Tips here! www.destinationtips.com Most law abiding citizens know right from wrong, but watch out for these absurd U.S. laws still on the books today! 1. No Eating Dead Frogs in California The old gold mining town of Angel Camp proudly hosted a Frog Jumping Jubilee for over 80 years. This TOADally absurd law states that if a frog happens to croak during a jumping competition, you can’t make a meal of its corpse afterwards. 2. No Dwarf Tossing in Florida Nightclubs in the Sunshine State can be fined up to $1000 if they promote any kind of dwarf tossing contest. A state legislator tried to have this law repealed in 2011 saying the law was an “-unnecessary burden on freedom and liberties.” 3. No Eating Humans in Idaho Got the munchies? If you start snacking on your neighbor in Boise, you can be imprisoned for up to 14 years! Unless it was absolutely necessary. Strangely, there is no official law against consuming human flesh in the other 49 states! 4. No Adultery in Michigan Don’t sign-up for Ashley Madison in Kalamazoo, because cheating on your spouse is actually a felony there. Residents can be sentenced to four years in prison plus a $5000 fine for stepping out on their spouse. 5. No Funny Fake Mustaches in an Alabama Church It is actually a crime “to wear a fake mustache that causes laughter in church,” so don’t attend mass dressed as Groucho Marks, Magnum P.I. or Fu Manchu. 6. No Getting Drunk at Bars in Alaska Um, isn’t that kind of the point? To clarify, “a drunken person may not knowingly enter or remain on the premises”. How do northern barkeeps stay in business!? 7. Atheists Can’t Run for Office in Texas You’d better believe in God if you want to run for public office in the Lone Star State. There is no religious entry test, but you do have to “acknowledge the existence of a Supreme Being.” 8. No Cussing in Mississippi You’re not allowed to swear in front of two or more people in Mississippi. If you happen to miss the paddleboat, keep that curse to yourself or you could spend 30 days in the slammer or be fined $100. 9. No Singing Off-key in North Carolina In 1873, William Linkhaw was indicted for disturbing a Methodist congregation with his off-key caterwauling. This rule is more of a matter for the church to discipline than the state. So sing at your own risk. 10. Keep Your Pants Up in Michigan Plumbers and gangstas alike, watch your butts. Police Chief David Dicks made it his mission to clean up this sloppy fashion trend, and you don’t want to mess with Dicks. Especially not with your trousers down. You will be warned, fined and ultimately thrown in jail. What do you think of this controversial crackdown?
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What is GOLD PLACER CLAIM? What does GOLD PLACER CLAIM mean? GOLD PLACER CLAIM meaning - GOLD PLACER CLAIM definition - GOLD PLACER CLAIM explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. In the United States, a placer claim grants to the discoverer of valuable minerals contained in loose material such as sand or gravel the right to mine on public land. Other countries such as Canada, Mexico, and Australia grant similar rights. In the United States, the valuable mineral in a placer claim is almost always gold, although other nations mine placer deposits of platinum, tin, and diamonds. Another type of mining claim is a lode claim. A mining claim allows some security of tenure for the owner, providing an incentive to invest time and money developing the deposit. Mining claim laws vary from state to state, but claims staked over federal minerals follow federal mining law. Federal minerals are managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Mining claims staked under either State or federal laws (state claims may only be staked on state-owned and managed lands; federal claims may only be staked on minerals owned by the federal government) are limited to lands available for claim staking at the time the claims are staked. Thus, if the land is not available for mineral entry (example: withdrawn due to its status as a park or refuge), then the claim is said to be invalid ab initio. An additional requirement is "Discovery", which follows the "Prudent Man Rule." This means that a sufficient indication of valuable mineral(s) would encourage a "Prudent Man" to further invest time and money developing the deposit towards the goal of mining it. The holder of a mining claim does not own the surface, the water, or even the rocks and gravel. A mining claim grants the holder with the preferential right to extract the valuable minerals within the claim, and for uses incident to that goal, such as prospecting, exploration and development. Gold mining is one of the most common uses for the staking of mining claims. In Alaska, state mining claims may be up to 160 acres (0.65 km2), and there is no distinction between lode or placer claims. The boundaries of the claim must follow the 4 cardinal directions, with an exception being adjustments for existing valid claims. "Claim jumping", which happens to this day, is a case where one person overstakes the claims of another. This results in civil action, and sometimes violence. Claims staked on Federal-managed lands fall under Federal rules. Typically, the claim size is limited to 660'x 1320', or 20 acres (81,000 m2). The claim must be either placer or lode, and the discovery point must be clearly marked. The claim staking procedure includes setting a monument (a post of at least 3" in diameter and at least 3' visible above the ground, or a rock monument at least 3' in height) at the NE corner of the claim. This is known as the Number 1 corner, and it is here that the claimant places the location notice. Three additional monuments, one at each corner of the mining claim, must be set, numbered in a clockwise direction. Copies of the claim documents must be filed in the local offices of the land managers, and filing fees paid. This must be completed within 45 days of the staking. In addition, fees for annual rental, filing, and work (or payments in lieu of labor) to fulfill requirements of "annual labor" must be completed by the deadlines set by the regulations in order to hold the claim. Failure to meet any of these requirements will result in a declaration of abandonment, and the claim cannot be restaked by the original locator or a successor in interest for one year from the date of abandonment. During this time, the claim may be relocated by others.
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Message to the EPA About Suction dredging
I Wanted to make this point clear. This video is on the Big Salmon River in Idaho. I have personally seen this river turn chocolate brown for two to three weeks at a time in the spring. Also in the all whenever there is a big rainstorm at any other time of the year. Go ahead and try to tell me that the Dredges kill the fish when Idaho already has a functional plan in place that shuts down dredging during spawning seasons and restricts where you can dredge. As always in Idaho the permit or dredging is ten dollars and as long as you list "ALL OPEN WATERS" and "all open seasons" you can do it anywhere in the state. As of now the EPA in the state doesn't enforce and we have a good legal standing that they are violating our rights if they were to try. At least for now the governor doesn't Cow Tow to them and many of our representatives are all for our freedoms to pull the resources that GOD has laid in the earth for us.
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