east nome beach mining area

  • One of the Richest Beaches Ever Mined April 2015 (Vol. 84, No. 8

    Bluff's beach, 50 miles east of Nome, was "one of the richest beaches ever mined" (Collier and others, 1908). It may not have produced as The total gold production from this area exceeded $1 million (48,375 troy ounces) from Daniels Creek and Bluff Beach by 1904 (Collier and others, 1908). Mulligan (1971) reported 

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  • Archives West: Trip from Nome, Alaska, Photograph Collection, 1900?

    Nov 27, 2017 Quantity: 44 photographic prints (1 box) Collection Number: PH0492 Summary: Photographs documenting gold mining in Nome, Alaska, localities in Seattle, Washington, and Miners flocked to the area, setting up their tents on Nome's beaches. On photo: "View of beach looking east from cemetery.".

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  • Need info, equipment, on working Nome beach gold Alaska Outdoors

    Apr 2, 2008 So, have researched some and it seems that i can run a beach box on the Nome beach without a claim, but, cannot camp there anymore. I have a 4 wheeler While that is owned by the Alaska Gold Company they have never bothered people that are beach mining up to the high tide/water mark. They are 

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  • Alaska's Quiet Gold Rush True West Magazine

    Mar 1, 2009 The Cape Nome District produced nearly five million ounces of gold, while neighboring Solomon District held a million ounces. Gold mining is still active in Nome, though on a commercial basis. The beaches have been plucked clean, save for the silver dollars the miners had lined their sluice boxes with 

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  • NN 6.18.2015 DT.qxp_Layout 1 The Nome Nugget

    Jun 18, 2015 the recreational mining area on East and West Beach have not changed: each operator needs one APMA per mit per dredge. This is to prevent that multiple dredges operate under one. APMA in the recreational area. A change that was instituted this year was to limit under the ice min ing from January 15 

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  • cleangold photomicrographs

    Beach placer gold and amalgamated gold from the east beach in Nome, Alaska. Mercury is from Gold sample collected from ore in the Sanimuso Cooperative mines in Kouroussa prefecture in Guinea. The formation of high surface area/low mass clusters of gold results in their loss from the sluice box. Nominal mag. 40X 

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  • OCS Mining Program Norton Sound Lease Sale BOEM

    (X) Final. U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Alaska OCS Region, 949 East 36th Avenue, proposed Norton Sound Lease Sale area are loed about 5 to 22 kilometers offshore in water depths that range .. type of dredge is similar to the Bima which has been used for mining offshore of Nome.

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  • Bering Sea Gold The Nome Gold Rush Alaska Mining & Diving

    The Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mining, Land and Water, hereby gives notice that May 30, 2012 will be the deadline for the division to receive offshore suction dredge appliions from miners interested in mining in the Nome offshore east and west beach recreational mining areas during calendar year 

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  • Gold Prospecting – Guide to Alaskan Adventure

    Gold panning, shovels, picks, and small suction dredges. Check with State Ranger on permitting requirements for small dredges. Additional Information on Hatchers Pass Recreational Mining Area. Nome Beach Gold panning along the beach in Nome, Alaska. Panning is permitted on the beach east of Nome between town 

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  • nome recreation area stipulations Visit Nome Alaska

    NOME RECREATION AREA STIPULATIONS. Management of both the current East Nome Beach Public Mining Area and the proposed West Nome Beach Public Mining Area is an issue of increasing concern. With the current high price of gold and increased interest in offshore mining there have been several incidents of 

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  • After rumbles, 'Bering Sea Gold' mining smooth in Nome

    Feb 4, 2013 Nome Harbormaster Joy Baker said that Nome harbor office issued vesseldocking permits to 97 dredges and 31 support craft in 2012, not including smaller vessels pushed into the water from access points at East or West Beach. Baker wrote in an email that overcrowding attributed to the dredges required 

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  • GOLD MINING PROJECT IN ALASKA WATERS QUESTIONED The

    Sep 23, 1983 Phoenix Marine Engineering Inc. of Anchorage is seeking permission to dredge goldbearing sediments offshore from the abandoned mining town of Bluff on the south coast of the Seward Peninsula, about 50 miles east of Nome. The Bluff gold fields were discovered in 1899 and yielded more than 90,000 

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  • NomeCouncil Highway Scenic Drive from Nome Alaska

    Explore the 72milelong NomeCouncil Highway, a scenic drive out of Nome that passes both beaches and mountains. on the Seward Peninsula. In the early 1900s, Chicago investors backed construction of the Council City & Solomon River Railroad in an effort to link the region's major mining centers by rail.More

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  • Sedimentary Processes and Distribution of Pomrenke Mining

    Map showing major features of Pleistocene geology of the coastal plain and offshore area at Nome . . topography and in offshore eastern Chirikov Basin, where studies, and examination of borehole cuttings from. 51 sites drilled by the U.S. Bureau of Mines near. Nome (pl. 1). Many of the data are still being studied, but 

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  • Nome Alaska Beach Mining for Gold, Part IV

    Beach shore Placer Mining: Part 4: Nome Alaska. In August 1898, a prospector named Tom Mulligan found gold on the shore at a place half a mile east of the mouth of the Sinuk river, 30 miles west of Nome. He found enough to warrant the belief that he could make wages, that is, $8 to $10 per day. But the Anvil creek 

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  • Nome Beach Public Mining Areas City of Nome

    N/A. N/A. N/A. N. /A. N. /A. N. /A. N/A. N/A. N. /A. N. /A. Snake River. Dry Creek. Nome River. Little Creek. A n vil C re e k. ®. 0. 0.3. 0.6. 0.9. 1.2. 1.5. 1.8. Miles. Legend. 10 Meter offshore contours (depth). 3 Nautical Mile limit. East Nome Beach Public Mining Area. West Nome Beach Public Mining Area. Nome City Boundary.

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  • Alaska's Mineral Industry 2012 Western Alaska Copper and Gold

    12. Anugi–Fairhaven—NANA Regional Corp. 13. Graphite Creek—Graphite One Resources Inc. 14. Nome Offshore—Placer Marine Mining Inc. 15. Bluff—Millrock Resources Inc. 16. Council—Millrock Resources Inc. III Eastern Interior Region. 17. Livengood a. Livengood (Money Knob)—International Tow er Hill Mines Ltd.

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  • Nome Beach Public Mining Areas City of Nome

    N/A. N/A. N/A. N. /A. N. /A. N. /A. N/A. N/A. N. /A. N. /A. Snake River. Dry Creek. Nome River. Little Creek. A n vil C re e k. ®. 0. 0.3. 0.6. 0.9. 1.2. 1.5. 1.8. Miles. Legend. 10 Meter offshore contours (depth). 3 Nautical Mile limit. East Nome Beach Public Mining Area. West Nome Beach Public Mining Area. Nome City Boundary.

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  • Alaska Gold & Resort, Llc. Historical Tours, Recreational Gold

    Another point of interest is McDuffee's Mine, loed about 25 miles on Glacier Creek Road. This is an especially picturesque area. There is an old mining cabin at the top of the hill (the last time we were there it had started to crumble). East of Nome you can see the "Last Train To Nowhere," resting in the tundra on the way to 

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  • Nome Beach and Abrasion Deposits (ARDF #NM252) Ag, Au

    The map loion is the approximate center of the area of all onshore marine and beach deposits. It is in the NW1/4 section 24, T. 11 S., To the east of Nome near Hastings Creek, it apparently formed in an environment of lagoons and barrier bars and is not well developed or very productive. Near Irene and Cunningham 

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  • The Nome Discoveries Alaska Mining Hall of Fame

    It was unusual in the high ratio of success for the individual Argonauts, thanks to the Golden Sands of the beaches at Nome that allowed thousands to make a stake. Within months of the Dexter came North because of the Omilak silverlead discovery in the eastern Seward Peninsula in 1880. When Omilak played out, 

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  • Kateel: Alaska Gold Prospecting Maps Gold Maps Online

    The clusters of abandoned claims doesn't necessarily mean there's no gold there—it could mean there just wasn't enough gold there for a large corporate mining company. Kateel River Gold Map: Now zoom in about 40 miles east of Nome Alaska to the Big 4 River Valley area. This area is rich with prospecting opportunity.

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  • Bluff Mine, Council District, Nome Borough, Alaska, USA Mindat

    Bluff Mine, Council District, Nome Borough, Alaska, USA : Loion: The Bluff lode gold deposits are loed in the seacliffs just east of the mouth of Daniels Creek A sample of oxidized arsenopyriterich dump material beside an old shaft inland from the beach contained 2.76 ounces Au per ton and 1.49 ounces Ag per ton 

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  • Miners Bid Farewell To West Beach Alaska Public Media

    Jun 15, 2015 Second, he says, Nome Gold plans to make "industrial use" of the area for mining as early as 2017. And third, the beach shelters fall within the city's flood plane — a point that Nome city manager Josie Bahnke said the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was quick to make with city officials 

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  • History of the Iditarod Gold Strike and Bureau of Land Management

    The Iditarod trail, first commonly referred to as the Seward to Nome trail, was developed starting in 1908 in Archaeological work along this segment of the Iditarod Trail east of Unalakleet has demonstrated it use The first mining area to develop along the future route of today's Iditarod Trail was the Cook Inlet country.

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  • One of the Richest Beaches Ever Mined April 2015 (Vol. 84, No. 8

    Bluff's beach, 50 miles east of Nome, was "one of the richest beaches ever mined" (Collier and others, 1908). It may not have produced as The total gold production from this area exceeded $1 million (48,375 troy ounces) from Daniels Creek and Bluff Beach by 1904 (Collier and others, 1908). Mulligan (1971) reported 

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  • Nome mining district Wikipedia

    The Nome mining district, also known as the Cape Nome mining district, is a gold mining district in the U.S. state of Alaska. It was discovered in 1898 when Erik Lindblom, Jafet Lindeberg and John Brynteson, the "Three Lucky Swedes" found placer gold deposits on Anvil Creek and on the Snake River, a few miles from the 

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  • Bluff Mine, Council District, Nome Borough, Alaska, USA Mindat

    Bluff Mine, Council District, Nome Borough, Alaska, USA : Loion: The Bluff lode gold deposits are loed in the seacliffs just east of the mouth of Daniels Creek A sample of oxidized arsenopyriterich dump material beside an old shaft inland from the beach contained 2.76 ounces Au per ton and 1.49 ounces Ag per ton 

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  • Alaska Nome and the Seward Peninsula

    Nome District Nome City is the commercial centre of Nome district, which includes the southwestern part of the peninsula. MAP NO. 2 MINING PRECINCTS OF SEWARD PENINSULA. The most astonishing yield of this region was from the ruby beach sands, which in two years produced gold to the value of $2,000,000.

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  • Nome Offshore Mining Information

    NOTICE. Nome Offshore East and West Beach Recreational Mining Areas. The Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mining, Land and Water, hereby gives notice that May 31, 2017 will be the deadline for the division to receive offshore suction dredge appliions from miners interested in mining in the Nome 

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  • Second Beach Mine (east of Penny River) Jess Creek, Nome

    Second Beach Mine (east of Penny River) Jess Creek, Nome District, Nome Borough, Alaska, USA : Loion: This site is a linear beach placer about 3 miles long that extends east from the mouth of Penny River. It is, in part, known as Jess Creek (Collier and others, 1908). The loion is the

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