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Gold in North America and Canada, part 1

Big Delta quadrangle,Alaska
Descriptions of the mineral occurrences shown on the accompanying figure follow.
  

Gold at South Pass Wyoming
  


Frasergold
The Frasergold Property is located in the historic Quesnel Trough of central British Columbia, approximately 100 kilometres east of Williams Lake, BC
  



GEOCHEMICAL RECONNAISSANCE FOR GOLD IN THE CALEDONIA AND PENDLETON QUADRANGLES IN THE PIEDMONT OF CENTRAL VIRGINIA

  


GOLD IN NORTH CAROLINA
   brochure/Gold Brochure 12222000.htm


GOLDEN PROMISE PROPERTY, BADGER, NEWFOUNDLAND

SUMMARY REPORT
  



Gold in the Jinya Carlin-type Deposit: Characterization and Implications
Characteristics of Carlin-type Deposits
  


High Grading Rocks In Alaska

There is one thing that some old time prospectors and new time prospectors have in common; they have overlooked the obvious.Many a rock has tumbled down the sluice box through time. And many a gold laced rock have tumbled down the sluice out into the tailings. One of the reasons why rock specimens with large pieces of gold end up in the tailings is because the rock will have a tendency to roll out with other rocks even though there is gold attached. The rock will outweigh the gold.It is important to know an area you’re planning to prospect in. Know what the contents are going to be. Know what to expect in the way of geological structures.If you’ve found out through resources that nuggets from certain creeks or mining districts have quartz mixed with gold, there’s a good chance you could find some nice specimens with your metal detector or by simply picking up rocks and looking at them
  
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