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  • Family mining for alluvial gold, Oaks Goldfield

    Family mining for alluvial gold, Oaks Goldfield

    With reports of payable gold beginning in December 1907, the Oaks Rush was the last of the big alluvial gold rushes in North Queensland. The Oaks Goldfield encompassed roughly 1500 km2 and was located about 48 km south of Einasleigh, Queensland along the Copperfield River.

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  • Central gold district  Recreation, sport and arts

    Central gold district Recreation, sport and arts

    The discovery of alluvial gold in gullies south of Clermont in 1861 triggered one of Queensland's major gold rushes. Today, the old gold mining district surrounding Clermont attracts interest from fossickers and metal detector enthusiasts.

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  • Alluvial Gold Explained   To Help You Find Gold

    Alluvial Gold Explained To Help You Find Gold

    Alluvial Gold and Eluvial Gold. Knowledge That Can Help You To Make a Huge Gold Find. Just What is Primary, Alluvial Gold and Eluvial gold. Primary gold is Reef or Lode gold where the gold is still deposited in its original host rock.

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  • The Mathinna goldfield   Apple Isle Prospector

    The Mathinna goldfield Apple Isle Prospector

    The Mathinna goldfield started, like many others, with the discovery of alluvial gold, this time in Black Horse Gully. The area contains one of Tasmanias largest gold mines, the New Golden Gate, which had a total (historical) production of over 260,000 ounces (~8 tons) of gold.

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  • Overview   Queensland Gold Occurrences

    Overview Queensland Gold Occurrences

    Canal Creek was an alluvial goldfield only, whereas both alluvial gold and reef gold were won from Talgai. Thanes Creek was primarily an area of reef mining; at Pikedale and Leyburn little or no alluvial gold

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  • Alluvial gold potential in buried palaeochannels in the

    Alluvial gold potential in buried palaeochannels in the

    Fig. 1. The Bland Creek palaeovalley in relation to the Lachlan River and Wyalong Goldfield. Alluvial* gold potential in buried palaeochannels in the Wyalong district,

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  • Gold Occurrences in North Queensland   TREASURE ENTERPRISES

    Gold Occurrences in North Queensland TREASURE ENTERPRISES

    In 1890 alluvial gold was discovered in Diggings Creek (or Diggills Creek also known as Old Starcke gold diggings, Starcke goldfield No.2 being approximately 72km north north west of Cooktown), a branch of the Starcke River, 40km north west of Cape Flattery. From the time when this field was discovered until 1895 approximately 2,300oz of

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  • GOLDLANDS Gold Mining Equipment for Sale

    GOLDLANDS Gold Mining Equipment for Sale

    Goldlands' technicians have designed and manufactured proprietory industrial gold mining equipment since 1977. The mining machinery manufactured include a host of Gold Recovery and Mineral Processors including Gold Concentrators and Separators, Portable Placer or Alluvial Wash Plants, Portable Crushers, Trommels and Scrubbers, Gold Centrifuges, Jig Recovery Units, Rotary Helix

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  • Montreal Goldfield   geomaps.au

    Montreal Goldfield geomaps.au

    The Montreal goldfield is an alluvial deposit. Alluvial means that the gold was moved by water. Older rocks containing the gold were broken down and transported by water into creeks and rivers.

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  • Jawbone   Alluvial goldfield

    Jawbone Alluvial goldfield

    Alluvial goldfield Old Jawbone early 1870's When mining records first started in 1875, the alluvial workings at Jawbone, adjacent to the Wellington, Mudgee road, had already been abandoned.

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  • Queensland gold   gold maps

    Queensland gold gold maps

    Canal Creek was an alluvial goldfield only, where as both alluvial gold and reef gold were won from Talgai. Thanes Creek was primarily an area of reef mining; at Pikedale and Leyburn little or no alluvial gold was won. Little is known of the Palgrave field. The period of principal production was prior to 1905. Attempts at revival of reef

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  • Golden Spear Mine   Gold and mineral Panning Samples, Gold

    Golden Spear Mine Gold and mineral Panning Samples, Gold

    Gold and mineral Panning Samples, Gold Nuggets. The Golden Spear Mine, LOT 1 Mulligan Hwy, Palmer River, QLD, 4892, Australia +61 07 4220 3005 thegoldenspearmine@gmail

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  • Central gold district  Recreation, sport and arts

    Central gold district Recreation, sport and arts

    The discovery of alluvial gold in gullies south of Clermont in 1861 triggered one of Queensland's major gold rushes. Today, the old gold mining district surrounding Clermont attracts interest from fossickers and metal detector enthusiasts.

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  • alluvial gold goldfield   violetart

    alluvial gold goldfield violetart

    Gold was first discovered at Lord Johns Swamp (Lucky Valley Goldfield) being 19km south east of present day Warwick in 1852 whilst in 1863 rich but limited alluvial gold was uncovered on Canal Creek was an alluvial goldfield only (45km south west).

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  • Gold Fields Locations in WA so You Can Find Gold

    Gold Fields Locations in WA so You Can Find Gold

    Gold Fields of WA How to Find out All About Goldfields of WA. Here is the location of gold fields and gold mining in Western Australia which will help you find the best places to metal detect in this state to find gold.

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  • Gold Fever   Earth Resources

    Gold Fever Earth Resources

    Gold is widely dispersed in the earths crust, but only rarely in high enough concentrations to make mining worthwhile. In some places though, heated subterranean fluids have dissolved the scattered gold and redeposited it in more solid, concentrated form.

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  • Richest discoveries  Ergo

    Richest discoveries Ergo

    Today, amateur gold fossickers still comb Victoria for nuggets with metal detectors and pan for alluvial gold in streams. In 2006, a miner in Maryborough found a nugget weighing 110 ounces (3 kilograms).

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  • Australia Alluvial Gold   MineListings

    Australia Alluvial Gold MineListings

    Australia Alluvial Gold Mine Details. Commodity Hand mining was carried out here in the late 1800's and most alluvial, machinery tin miners, flocked to this goldfield to mine alluvial gold when tin prices crashed in 1985. Most of the good areas returning 1 ounce to a 100 loose cubic meters, or better grades, have been mined out in the area

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  • Wau, Papua New Guinea

    Wau, Papua New Guinea

    Alluvial mining At peak production, the Morobe Goldfield was the largest consumer of indentured labour in the Territory of New Guinea. On 30 June 1936 there were 13,121 labourers in Morobe as a whole, 6816 of whom were classified as involved in mining at Wau and Bulolo.

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  • Wenlock Goldfield

    Wenlock Goldfield

    Alluvial gold had been discovered on the Cape York Peninsula as early as 1876, on the Coen River, after attention was drawn to the region by the Palmer goldfield. A small rush ensued in 1878. A small rush ensued in 1878.

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  • Central gold district  Recreation, sport and arts

    Central gold district Recreation, sport and arts

    The discovery of alluvial gold in gullies south of Clermont in 1861 triggered one of Queensland's major gold rushes. Today, the old gold mining district surrounding Clermont attracts interest from fossickers and metal detector enthusiasts.

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  • Oaks camp, Oaks Goldfield, Queensland [NQ ID 486

    Oaks camp, Oaks Goldfield, Queensland [NQ ID 486

    With reports of payable gold beginning in December 1907, the Oaks Rush was the last of the big alluvial gold rushes in North Queensland. The Oaks Goldfield encompassed roughly 1500 km2 and was located about 48 km south of Einasleigh, Queensland along the Copperfield River.

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  • Australia Alluvial Gold   MineListings

    Australia Alluvial Gold MineListings

    Australia Alluvial Gold Mine Details. Commodity Hand mining was carried out here in the late 1800's and most alluvial, machinery tin miners, flocked to this goldfield to mine alluvial gold when tin prices crashed in 1985. Most of the good areas returning 1 ounce to a 100 loose cubic meters, or better grades, have been mined out in the area

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  • Gold   Creswick Online

    Gold Creswick Online

    Creswick began as an alluvial goldfield, but in the 1870s and 80s a large amount of gold was won from deep lead mines in the area. These mines, operated by companies rather than individuals, involved sinking shafts hundreds of metres to ancient gold bearing riverbeds that had been buried by

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  • SMALL SCALE GOLD MINING AND MARKETING IN PAPUA

    SMALL SCALE GOLD MINING AND MARKETING IN PAPUA

    alluvial gold was not discovered until 1945, when H J Ward located gold ore cropping out on the east side of Mount Waruwari. There are 17 recognised alluvial goldfields throughout Papua New Guinea.

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  • History of gold, Hauraki goldfield, New Zealand

    History of gold, Hauraki goldfield, New Zealand

    While alluvial gold mining dominated in the South Island after the gold rushes, hard rock mines were developed in Nelson, Westland and Otago. The Reefton Goldfield, on the West Coast of the South Island, produced more than 2 million ounces (62 tonnes) of gold from 1870 until 1951.

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  • A brief history of the Jane River Goldfield   mrt.tas.gov.au

    A brief history of the Jane River Goldfield mrt.tas.gov.au

    A brief history of the Jane River Goldfield by C. A. Bacon Abstract Gold has been known from the Jane River area since 1894. In 1935 Robert Warne discovered payable alluvial gold in Reward Creek, a tributary of Ridge Creek which eventually runs into the Jane River, some 10 km or so to the south.

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  • Why is That Hole so Big? An Analysis ofExpenditure Versus

    Why is That Hole so Big? An Analysis ofExpenditure Versus

    types of alluvial gold miner, one of which was the stereotypical itinerant or ephemeral digger who prospected alone and/or rushed from one new goldfield to another.

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  • Halls Creek Goldfield alluvial areas, Halls Creek

    Halls Creek Goldfield alluvial areas, Halls Creek

    Halls Creek Goldfield alluvial areas, Halls Creek Goldfield, Halls Creek Shire, Western Australia, Australia After gold was discovered in the area in 1885 by Charlie Hall and Jack Slattery, there was an alluvial gold rush of several thousand men. Some gold was uncovered, but the field did not produce the

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  • Adjungbilly Goldfield  Alluvial Gold Prospectors

    Adjungbilly Goldfield Alluvial Gold Prospectors

    Dec 19, 20120183;32;Been working McPherson Creek at Wee Jasper but with some results although the water is patchy in summer. Some of the gem hunters work that area down a bit further on the creek.

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