2018-06-24· Porcupine Creek Updated 1/4/19. We have 160 acre STATE OF ALASKA GOLD MINING CLAIMS available (one claim or more) for lease, sale, or, negotiable agreement for the coming mining season with option to buy at terms we both agreed to accept; for recreational mining see more below. If you are interested in buying a claim we will allow small scale
Porcupine Creek We have several 160 Acre State Alaska mining claims located along 2 ½ miles of Porcupine Creek which are approximately 4 miles from the paved Tok Cutoff Highway and situated along a good trail, a Right-of-Way, for easy access. The RS2477 right of way goes right through some of the claims. By Alaska Statutes you may cross any
The Porcupine Creek Gold Mine is near Klukwan, Alaska. Historically the site has been part of the Juneau-Skagway Mining District. The site was first discovered in 1898. The Porcupine Creek Gold Mine is a placer mining operation. Initial production took place in 1898 and overall output was considered to be small size. The ore mined is composed
Gold mining in Alaska, a of placer gold came from the Porcupine district near Haines. Porcupine Creek, about 20 miles (32 km) north of Haines, is the site of an 1898 gold discovery; the creek has been intermittently placer mined ever since. Outside of the Porcupine basin only a few other creeks Glacier, Nugget and Cottonwood produced significant gold. The area around Reid Inlet, in
Porcupine Gold Mines, which later became Alaska Sunshine Gold Mining Company, took over in 1926. In 1928, they completed a flume that originated on Porcupine Creek 0.5 miles above the junction with McKinley Creek and bridged McKinley Creek. Mining commenced in 1929 but closed at the end of the season due to poor returns. After much additional
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'Gold Rush: Alaska' mines on Porcupine Creek shut down temporarily (VIDEO) By Mechele R. Dillard G+ 2011-12-16 11:38 Reality came to Porcupine Creek when two of the mines from the Discovery Channel series Gold Rush found themselves on the receiving end of a long list of complaints from the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration in August.
The Porcupine Creek Placer is near Coldfoot, Alaska. Historically the site has been associated with the Koyukuk Mining District which is now part of the Gates of the Arctic Wilderness. The Porcupine Creek Placer was closed at the time of data entry with no known plans to re-open. Production size when active was considered to be small. Mine
McKinley Creek Mine, Haines, Alaska, USA : Location: These placer gold mine workings extend at least 2 miles upstream along McKinley Creek from its junction with Porcupine Creek. Cobb (1972 [MF 424]) included them in his location 26 with
MCKINLEY CREEK MINING COMPANY, v. ALASKA UNITED MINING . Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have, this 6th day of October, 1898, loed a placer mining claim 1,500 feet running with the creek and 300 feet on each side from center of creek known as McKinley creek, in Porcupine mining district, running into Procupine river.
One 160 acre AK Gold Mining claim -- it is OK for you to Test for 1 week -- all reasonable offers considered. We have one 160 acre State of Alaska Mining Claim on Porcupine Creek with creek bottom plus benches and hillside on the claim with bedrock exposed at the creek bank several feet from the creek on the hillside.
2015-07-15· I wanted to pan for gold in Alaska so we did the Gold Rush Tour to Porcupine Creek with our guide Holly Jo. We took the 45 minute trip on the Fast Ferry from the port in Skagway to Haines.
Overview Season 1. The first season (show named Gold Rush: Alaska) featured six men from Sandy, Oregon, a small town 30 miles (48 km) southeast of Portland, who, due to the economic downturn, have lost their jobs.They decided on an all-stakes gamble travel to Porcupine Creek, Alaska and prospect for gold.Most of the people on the show have little or no previous placer gold mining
Project Commodities; Cache Creek Gold Mine. Located in Alaska, USA. Actively mined in 2014. The mine is on 400 acres of patented mining claims which has road access and a 4,000 foot airstrip adjacent to the property.
Our Copper River map shows there are currently 3,966 active gold mining claims, and 325 abandoned claims located on state lands. Fans of the reality show “Gold Rush™” can see Fred Hurt’s claim on Porcupine Creek—and discover a lot of claimable land in the surrounding area.
Two factors reopened the Porcupine Mining District: consolidation of claims and construction of a road from Haines to Porcupine. Consolidation gave the Porcupine Mining Company, organized in 1907 by E.E Harvey, large capital backing. The road provided cheaper freight and access for heavy machinery. Hydraulic mining was now practical and another
Porcupine Creek Mining started on Porcupine Creek in 1898. Production averaged as high as 9,000 oz of gold/yr until 1906, when high water destroyed much of the workings (1). During the early years relatively primitive methods of mining were used to recover the gold (37) such as with picks and shovels, small sluices, and rockers. Ground sluicing
Porcupine Creek The Porcupine Creek is a gold mine located in county, Alaska at an elevation of 2,500 feet. Premium members have access to Google dynamic maps.
2013-04-12· Porcupine Creek Mine, Skagway District, Juneau District, Haines . Geology: According to Hoekzema and others (1986), Porcupine Creek is a Gold fineness ranges from 841 to 909 and averages 866 (Hoekzema, 1986). This does not claim to be a complete list. Mindat does not offer minerals for sale. »More detailed
McKinley Falls is a waterfall on McKinley Creek in the Porcupine Creek Valley. It was mined a century ago, by diverting the creek through manmade tunnels and digging out the plunge pools. The only way to the claim/waterfall is by way of the Porcupine Creek Cable. Dustin Hurt plans to mine the...
With the price of gold on the rise, he came up with a plan to mine for the mineral in southeast Alaska, where there’s an estimated $250 billion worth of gold. 1 The mystique of Alaska draws Todd to Porcupine Creek, the setting for GOLD RUSH: ALASKA, where his father Jack mined for three seasons in the 1980s before he nearly went bankrupt.
The Alaska Mining Claims Mapper is a custom view of land-records data related to mining that is provided by the Alaska Mapper application.. Alaska Mapper is a web-based geographic information system (GIS) that allows you to locate Alaska land-records information by navigating an interactive map of the state. The land-records data provided by the system comes from the Department of Natural
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