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The Industrial Revolution (18-19th Century)
 
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Introduction to some of the elements of the Industrial Revolution, more on this subject to come! The economic developments of the 1800s saw the development of agrarian and handicraft economies in Europe and America transform into industrial urbanised ones. The term to describe this phenomenon would be known as the ‘Industrial Revolution’ and was first used by French writers, but made popular by English economic historian Arnold Toynbee. Please consider supporting our videos on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/simplehistory SIMPLE HISTORY MERCHANDISE Get your copy of Simple History: World War II today! (Top Seller!) https://www.amazon.com/Simple-History-simple-guide-World/dp/1505922410/ T-Shirts https://www.zazzle.com/simplehistory/gifts?cg=196817456987349853 Simple history gives you the facts, simple! See the book collection here: Amazon USA http://www.amazon.com/Daniel-Turner/e/B00H5TYLAE/ Amazon UK http://www.amazon.co.uk/Daniel-Turner/e/B00H5TYLAE/ http://www.simplehistory.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/Simple-History-549437675141192/ https://twitter.com/simple_guides Additional sources: The Penguin History of Europe Paperback by J. M. Roberts Credit: Narrator: Christian H Miles Animation: Daniel Turner Artwork: Daniel turner Music Credit Industrial Revolution by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100811 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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One century on, the guano boom is back
 
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In the 19th century seabird excrement known as guano was the backbone of the Peruvian economy. The precious resource sparked diplomatic spats, and even wars. Now guano -- a natural and totally organic fertiliser -- is making a comeback.Duration: 02:10
Views: 11781 AFP news agency
The California Gold Rush cartoon 1849 (The Wild West)
 
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Not many Americans lived in California, but that soon changed. By 1849 thousands upon thousands of people arrived in search of gold. Support the cartoons on patreon: https://www.patreon.com/simplehistory?ty=c Get your copy of Simple History: The Wild West today! https://www.amazon.com/Simple-History-Wild-Daniel-Turner/dp/153916036X/ Simple history gives you the facts, simple! See the book collection here: Amazon USA http://www.amazon.com/Daniel-Turner/e/B00H5TYLAE/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1457289367&sr=8-1 Amazon UK http://www.amazon.co.uk/Daniel-Turner/e/B00H5TYLAE/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1457289367&sr=8-1 http://www.simplehistory.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/Simple-History-549437675141192/ https://twitter.com/simple_guides Credit: Narrator: Chris Kane http://ckvox.com/ Animation: Daniel Turner CJ Boucher artwork: Daniel Turner Music: One Fine Day
Views: 654558 Simple History
Ghost Towns: Abandoned But Not Forgotten
 
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These towns, often far off the beaten path and rooted in the mining industry, couldn't survive when the gold, silver, copper, and coal were gone. Check out the stories behind these boom-towns. For more stories --- http://allday.com/ Follow our twitter accounts --- https://twitter.com/historyinpics Follow our Instagram -- http://instagram.com/historyphotographed -- http://instagram.com/itsabandoned 1. Goldfield, Arizona Goldfield, Arizona, as the name suggests, was a gold town that thrived in the 1890s, but was abandoned by the late 1920s. Today, Goldfield has been reconstructed as a tourist stop, with a focus on kitsch rather than historical accuracy. Rhyolite, Nevada Rhyolite, Nevada was named for silica-rich volcanic rock in its corner of Death Valley, and saw significant investment from Charles M. Schwab in the early 20th century. By 1907, the town even had its own stock exchange, but its population dwindled in the years afterward. Terlingua, Texas Terlingua, Texas was built up around mercury mining in the mid-1880s, but was abandoned in the 1940s when production dwindled. Today, Terlingua is mostly a tourist destination for visitors to nearby Big Bend National Park. Bodie, California The town of Bodie, California was founded in 1859 and was once California's third-largest city behind San Francisco and Sacramento. The town closed in 1962 after the local gold mine stopped producing and has since become a attraction for tourists. Thurmond, West Virginia During the heyday of coal mining in West Virginia, Thurmond was a prosperous town, but its population dwindled into the single digits by the 2000s. Today, much of Thurmond is owned by the U.S. National Park Service. Calico, California Calico, California was a booming silver-mining town during the 1880s, but was totally abandoned by 1907. Calico underwent extensive restoration in the 1950s under the direction of Walter Knott, of Knott’s Berry Farm fame, and became a tourist attraction for the state. Thistle, Utah The primary industry was servicing steam trains for rail companies, and saw a decline during the switch-over to diesel engines. The real incident that killed the town, however, was a 1983 landslide that flooded the city. Much of it remains submerged today. Virginia City, Montana Virginia City, Montana was founded on gold mining in 1863, but the gold ran out by the end of the century and the town was abandoned. Today Virginia City is owned by the state of Montana, and serves as a tourist stop for travelers headed for Yellowstone National Park. Kennecott, Alaska The copper mine in Alaska produced $200 million worth of copper ore between 1911 and 1938, but was too remote to survive when the mine ran dry in the early 40s. Kennecott became a tourist landmark by the 1980s, and was designated a historic landmark. Written By: Shea Huffman Edited By: Charlie Benavides Image Credit: Getty Images Music: YouTube Music Library
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America the Story of Us: Gold Rush | History
 
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Discover how the Gold Rush led to the creation of California. Own America: The Story of Us on DVD or Blu-ray! http://www.shophistorystore.com/ HISTORY®, now reaching more than 98 million homes, is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive, and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network’s all-original programming slate features a roster of hit series, epic miniseries, and scripted event programming. Visit us at HISTORY.com for more info.
Views: 223265 HISTORY
Hydraulic Mining, The Series, Part 1
 
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Part 1 of the Hydraulic Gold Mining series. Featuring the devastation of the 1800's Hydraulic mining operations. A first hand look at an old sluice box and the Blue Lead along with some history and pictures. A great informational playlist that goes into every different aspect of hydraulic mining that I could think of. There is a lot of knowledge passed on in this 3 part series and then there are more movies added in on this playlist. If you find more movies with some new information on hydraulic mining that should be included in this playlist then let me know the url & I will add them in here for the person who has them posted :)
Views: 66830 Reed Lukens
Late 19th Century Industrial Boom
 
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2nd Industrial Revolution, Causes and Extent of late 19th Century Industrial Boom
A Century in Stone
 
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The 19th-century ironstone mining boom had a huge effect on the North York Moors – a story being told by our Landscape Partnership scheme known as ‘This Exploited Land of Iron’. This extract from a ground-breaking documentary highlights the relationship between the North York Moors and the Cleveland ironstone mines, which made the northeast the iron-mining and iron-making capital of the world and laid the foundations of industrial Teesside. Film courtesy of Craig Hornby, Pancrack Pictures. See ‘A Century in Stone’, http://www.pancrack.tv/acis.html This Exploited Land of Iron – http://www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/landofiron
Dakota Pathways:  Mining Booms and Busts
 
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Dakota Pathways: A History was a 20-part series used by Educator's across South Dakota for use in their classrooms. The 14 minute long segments explore some of the history of South Dakota. Mining Booms and Busts is the 6th segment produced in the series. I was walking down the sidewalk the other day when I came across a little boy digging in the lawn beside me. I asked the little boy what he was digging for, and he replied to me that he was searching for treasure. Mining in the Black HillsI asked him if he had ever heard the saying, "if you dig deep enough into the earth, you will end up in China"? That would be a lot of digging, considering it would mean that you would have to dig all the way through the earth and come out on the other side. This got me thinking. What I would like to know is what do you find when you dig deep into the earth's surface? Do you find different things in different locations? If I dig in South Dakota and Florida, will I find the same things buried below our feet? Even if we wanted to find out what was beneath us, how would we do it? Do you think that there are machines big enough to do the job? If we dug everywhere we thought there might be something valuable, don't you think we would be surrounded by holes? What about in the past when people dug, what happened to all of those places? These are just a few questions that came racing through my mind as I watched the little boy dig for his treasure. I continued on my way down the sidewalk, and later, this is what I found out...
Views: 1479 SDPB
Ghost Towns of the American Gold Rush - 4576
 
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#ghosttowns #goldrush #gold The wildest and fastest American era that ever was... Men left their homes, wives, children, and their jobs, and raced West in a mad rush to find a pot-of-gold at the end of the rainbow. Towns sprang up overnight, along with banks, general stores, boarding houses, saloons, all of which were filled with prospectors, hustlers, gamblers, and outlaws. Some came to mine gold. Others came to mine the miners. Men and women lived fast, full, often reckless lives, and when rumors of new strikes arose, many picked up their stakes and moved on with the possibility of a better tomorrow someplace else. Left behind in their wake were empty buildings and silent streets. This documentary brings to life eleven ghost towns. Some are completely deserted, while others are actually still alive, though, they are operating as unique places that people can visit and witness what a ghost town was like back in the 19th century. It is all here; a collection of anecdotes and history of America's past, gone but never forgotten. A few towns even allow visitors to pan for gold! Included Are: Coloma, CA Grass Valley, CA Murphys, CA Virginia City, NV Sutro, NV Bodie, CA Buckskin Joe, CO Lake City, CO Bannack, MT Vulture City, AZ Mogollon, NM
Views: 4020 Questar Entertainment
Hello from The World Mining Museum
 
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Here’s a small clip from my latest Adventure- The World Mining Museum in Butte, Montana. This is the old style houses, shops, brick work, and town set up from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. Mining is and was such a big boom here and is a major part of Butte’s historic legacy. If Butte and it’s mines did not exist during this period- we would not have won world wars and have the luxury of electricity as we do now. Check out my Instagram- www.instagram.com/nerdyandperty
Views: 21 Nerdy & Perty
Living History in Butte: My Favorite Forgotten Montana Boom-Gone-Bust Town
 
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Evel Knieval's childhood playground, Butte Montana is rough and tumble Wild West frontier city through and through. Located in the Silver Bow Creek, the city was put on the map as a mining boomtown in the late 19th century and lays claim to be the “Richest Hill On Earth” thanks to the profitable minerals extracted underground. During its heyday, Butte grew into a thriving city and is now home to the second largest national historic district after New Orleans. On a visit you don’t want to miss an Underground Walking Tour. A highlight stop is the the Roaring 20’s Rookwood Speakeasy in the basement of the former Rockwood Hotel. Inside, a musty smell adrifts and you can imagine the room in its heyday in the 20’s with jazz, flappers and gambling. With such an extensive mining history, a trip to Butte should also include a trip to the World Museum of Mining, which is built on actual mine yard: The Orphan Girl. The tour also lets you peep into a shaft station, used to bring miners up and down to the veins below the city of Butte. Towards the end of the tour, we were all told to turn our headlamps off to see what total darkness looks like, and then with just a small flicker, what it was like with the faint glow of candles workers depended on in the beginning mining era. It should come as no surprise that a town with a rugged individualism mentality like Butte's also has its own distillery making spirits with names tied to Butte’s mining past. At Headframe Sprits, owned by Butte raised John McKee and his wife Courtney, you will find everything from gin and whiskey to vodka and bourbon. Head to the old fashioned bar tasting room to sample the liquor and the cocktails they create from it. The top seller is the Orphan Girl Bourbon Cream Liqueur, which is named for the mine. It’s similar to Bailey’s in taste and is mixed with Root Beer to create my favorite, the Dirty Orphan Girl cocktail.
Views: 1870 Carri Wilbanks
Most CREEPY Abandoned Tunnels Around The World!
 
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Most CREEPY Abandoned Tunnels Around The World! From mysterious and scary discoveries to ghosts and haunted people, these are the top 10 dark and underground tunnels with absolutely scary stories behind them! Enter at your own risk! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "Most HAUNTED Places In The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/h9elrDhft9w Watch our "Most CREEPY School Stories!" video here: https://youtu.be/_azjEQPpn-M Watch our "Ghost Towns Abandoned For STRANGE Reasons!" video here: https://youtu.be/P9JJpV-DzDo 10.) Moonville Tunnel Back in the 1800s, Moonville was a booming mining town in Ohio with a population in the hundreds. Today, it is known more of a ghost town surrounded by poison ivy, wild rose, and greenbriar. 9.) Church Hill Tunnel Church Hill Tunnel is an old Chesapeake and Ohio Railway tunnel built in the early 1870s. The tunnel extends about 4,000 feet under the Church Hill section of Richmond, Virginia and has been causing problems since construction started. 8.) Shanghai Tunnels The Shanghai Tunnels are known as one of the most haunted locations in America and has been the interest of several paranormal investigations, including the TV show Ghost Adventures. 7.) Chi Chi Tunnels The Chi Chi Tunnels were built with hand tools, by the Vietcong before and during the Vietnam War. The Chi Chi tunnels are thousands of miles long. 6.) Screaming Tunnel The Screaming Tunnel is located in the Northwest corner of Niagara Falls in Ontario, Canada. It is known as one of the top 20 haunted roads in the world. 5.) Gold Camp Road Tunnels Gold Camp Road is a highly scenic dirt trail from Colorado Springs with a length of 8.6 miles one way. There is an old “Keep Out” from the original Gold Camp Tunnel that collapsed decades ago. 4.) Blue Ghost Tunnel The Blue Ghost Tunnel, which is more formally known as the Merritton Tunnel, is located in southern Ontario, Canada, and has been creepy since construction. 3.) Hoosac Tunnel The Hoosac Tunnel is a four to five mile active railroad tunnel in western Massachusetts. The nickname of this tunnel, which started during construction, is the bloody pit. 2.) Steam Tunnels at Virginia Tech The majority of college students at Virginia Tech know there are steam tunnels under the campus that used to lead from one building to the next. 1.) Atlantic Avenue Tunnel The Atlantic Avenue Tunnel, more officially known as the Cobble Hill Tunnel, is an abandoned railroad tunnel underneath downtown Brooklyn in New York City. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
Views: 276424 Origins Explained
Gold Nuggets: A Social Studies Movie on Gold Mining in the 1800s
 
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A Social Studies Project using stop motion animation, a first try. How to mine for gold.
Views: 101 Sylvia Bisbee
GHOST TOWN TRAILS: Trio of Ghost Towns in Arizona - Gleeson, Courtland & Pearce Arizona
 
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Wandering through Gleeson, Courtland, and Pearce, Arizona - America’s Coolest Ghost Towns. We search for the lost towns from the mining booms during the 1800s. We take you through some of the ruins and share exciting facts about each town. We wandered to the towns of Gleeson, Courtland and Pearce Arizona. These towns were once boom towns when Gold, Silver, Copper, and even Turquoise were discovered in the hills. As quick as these towns were built they were abandon and almost lost to time!
San Francisco Bay Area Booms: From the Gold Rush to Today in Just 217 Seconds | KQED News
 
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Perhaps the single most daunting thing about trying to distill the history of the Bay Area into a few blog posts is the sheer volume of stuff out there — first-person accounts, histories, documentaries, websites — detailing the region’s past. A big part of that story, of course, is how quickly a landscape we can scarcely imagine today was remade into the metropolis. Here, we attempt to give a glimpse of that process, from the earliest days of the Gold Rush to this morning’s stop-and-go traffic on the 101.
Views: 26357 KQED News
Return to the Abandoned Wisconsin Mine
 
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The Wisconsin Mine is a small area encompassing a couple small ridges and ravines that have many tunnels of varying lengths. This particular tunnel turned out to be a great find -- it featured nearly all of the classic abandoned mine elements such as stopes, winzes, vertical shafts, timbered portal, and winding tunnels. One interesting thing we found inside this mine was an old shoe. #ExploringAbandonedMines #MineExploring #AbandonedMines #UndergroundExploration
The Industrial Economy: Crash Course US History #23
 
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In which John Green teaches you about the Industrial Economy that arose in the United States after the Civil War. You know how when you're studying history, and you're reading along and everything seems safely in the past, and then BOOM you think, "Man, this suddenly seems very modern." For me, that moment in US History is the post-Reconstruction expansion of industrialism in America. After the Civil War, many of the changes in technology and ideas gave rise to this new industrialism. You'll learn about the rise of Captains of Industry (or Robber Barons) like Cornelius Vanderbilt, Andrew Carnegie, John D Rockefeller, and JP Morgan. You'll learn about trusts, combinations, and how the government responded to these new business practices. All this, plus John will cover how workers reacted to the changes in society and the early days of the labor movement. You'll learn about the Knights of Labor and Terence Powderly, and Samuel Gompers and the AFL. As a special bonus, someone gets beaten with a cane. AGAIN. What is it with American History and people getting beaten with canes? Support CrashCourse on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse
Views: 2035920 CrashCourse
Virginia and Truckee (V & T) Railway
 
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Travel back to the bonanza days on a shorter scenic ride. The conductor tells the story of Nevadas late 19th century mining boom, when the V&T was built and Virginia City was the richest city on earth, with more millionaires than anywhere else. Watch for exposed veins of silver ore and more, including: • F Street Depot Car Virginia City station, three blocks from downtowns fascinating C Street, with free parking. • Tunnel No. 4 the last tunnel before Virginia City, one of five built for the 1600-ft. descent to the valley floor. • Comstock mines and mills a more efficient way to transport the silver and gold from the mother lode to the mills was the original idea behind the V&T Railroad. • Gold Hill rich in history, where the Comstock Era gold strikes began and the train depot was built at one of the few flat places in town.
Hydraulic Gold Mining
 
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This movie is the last remaining part of footage from an old video cassette that I owned. I believe that it is still available from the Empire Mines State Park. I do not own the copyright to this movie and this is being posted here under YouTube's Guidelines for informational and teaching purposes. Then I added pictures on my own of the Malakoff State park from days gone past when mining was active in the area to the end of this movie. This is a great addition to this hydraulic mining playlist, so watch history being taught from long ago & then learn & enjoy.
Views: 65531 Reed Lukens
Real Wild West - 1of4
 
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Historians explain dirtier, less glamorous side of America's wild west. A great look into what life was really like in the lawless boom towns.
Views: 181748 AllHistories
Kelly, New Mexico
 
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In the 1800's there were over 3,000 folks living and working here. Today it's all over - Kelly was (is) a classic example of the "boom-and-bust" cycle of mining towns in the American West.
Views: 2458 Matt Middleton
Growth, Cities, and Immigration: Crash Course US History #25
 
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In which John Green teaches you about the massive immigration to the United States during the late 19th and early 20th century. Immigrants flocked to the US from all over the world in this time period. Millions of Europeans moved to the US where they drove the growth of cities and manned the rapid industrialization that was taking place. In the western US many, many Chinese immigrants arrived to work on the railroad and in mines. As is often the case in the United States, the people who already lived in the US reacted kind of badly to this flood of immigrants. Some legislators tried to stem the flow of new arrivals, with mixed success. Grover Cleveland vetoed a general ban on immigration, but the leadership at the time did manage to get together to pass and anti-Chinese immigration law. Immigrants did win some important Supreme Court decisions upholding their rights, but in many ways, immigrants were treated as second class citizens. At the same time, the country was rapidly urbanizing. Cities were growing rapidly and industrial technology was developing new wonders all the time. John will cover all this upheaval and change, and hearken back to a time when racial profiling did in fact boil down to analyzing the side of someone's face. Support CrashCourse on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Hey teachers and students - Check out CommonLit's free collection of reading passages and curriculum resources to learn more about the events of this episode. As America industrialized further and manufacturing grew, a rush of new immigrants came to America seeking job opportunities: https://www.commonlit.org/texts/the-rush-of-immigrants Immigrants often entered through New York's Ellis Island where the Statue of Liberty bore the iconic phrase "Give me your tired, your poor,": https://www.commonlit.org/texts/the-new-colossus Immigrants experienced culture shock and hard living conditions in this time, as documented in later memoirs such as "America and I": https://www.commonlit.org/texts/america-and-i
Views: 1889150 CrashCourse
We Found An Abandoned Town Hidden in the Arizona Mountains.
 
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This was probably my favorite place to explore ever. Hidden in the Arizona mountains sets Ruby, AZ the most well preserved ghost towns to exist.Also i hate that i must say this however the town was abandoned in the 40's but it was founded over 150 years ago making a 200 + year old town. So before you comment understand that. Subscribe to Tim. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKRhTLMBV6dU74IvbO8SEJw patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4575018 spreadshirt: https://www.spreadshirt.com/user/301932432 Mail: P.O. Box 71031 Knoxville, TN 37938 Professional Inquires: [email protected] instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Exploration__Unknown/ twitter: https://twitter.com/explor8tion1 facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/134993677132723
Views: 1570674 Exploration Unknown
Virginia City Historic Town
 
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Virginia City is a town in Nevada, southeast of Reno. It's home to Victorian buildings built during a 19th-century mining boom. These include the reportedly haunted Washoe Club and stately Piper’s Opera House. Collections at The Way It Was Museum feature mining artifacts and maps. Fourth Ward School Museum has an 1876 classroom and history displays. Silver ore and rock drills are among the exhibits at Chollar Mine. Elevation: 6,148′ Population: 855 (2010) VIRGINIA CITY Roughly 20 miles southeast of Reno lies a little nugget of history in Virginia City, Nevada. Most famous for the Comstock Lode, this historic town was a booming mining establishment for several decades in the mid-1800s. Jump back in time by taking a stroll down the wooden sidewalks, quenching your thirst at one the unique saloons, riding on a steam engine or taking a haunted ghost tour in what was once the most important industrial city between Denver and San Francisco. Virginia City has been attracting visitors to the area with arts and culture for more than 150 years with art centers and museums scattered throughout the area. Historic Piper’s Opera House, located on a hillside overlooking C street, is considered one of the nation’s most famous performance venues and one of the most significant vintage theatres in America. Built in 1885, and still in use, the stage has hosted President Grant, Buffalo Bill, Al Jolson and Mark Twain over the years. Another piece of Virginia City arts history is the Fourth Ward School. Built as a state-of-the-art school in 1876, the Fourth Ward now serves as a museum to commemorate the American West. Permanent exhibits include the Fourth Ward School building with an 1870’s classroom, a historic overview of the Comstock, as well as Virginia City alumni photographs and memorabilia. With more than 15 museums, you may have to visit multiple times to see them all! THINGS TO DO IN VIRGINIA CITY V&T Railroad The Virginia & Truckee Railroad is, by far, the most famous of all American short-line railroads. In its heyday, as many as 45 trains a day arrived and departed Virginia City. President Ulysses S. Grant and dignitaries the world overrode in the ornate coaches of the Virginia & Truckee. Completed in 1869, these trains hauled millions of dollars of gold and silver ore from the rich mines of Virginia City. Take a 35-minute excursion back into the Old West with a journey on the V&T Railroad from Virginia City, through tunnel 4 to Gold Hill, Nevada. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride while taking in the spectacular mountain scenery. Hear the conductor narrate the amazing history of the Comstock while the train chuffs past the famous Comstock Bonanza mine ruins. Virginia City Haunted Locations and Ghost Tours Well known for its rich mining history, Virginia City is self-proclaimed as one of the most haunted towns in America. If you like to dabble in the paranormal or are looking to try something new and a little spooky, Virginia City offers many haunted locations, as well as guided ghost tours. Built in 1876, the Silver Queen Hotel has many reported accounts of paranormal activity by guests over the years. If you choose to brave the night, you may encounter tapping on the walls, loud banging and possibly the sound of footsteps said to be coming from a woman who took her own life in Room 11. Another hotel said to be haunted is located right down the street in front of the old Yellowjacket mine, The Gold Hill Hotel and Miner’s Cabin. Home to two well-known spirits, this hotel draws visitors each year looking to stay in Rosie’s or William’s rooms and have their own encounter with the inhabitants. VIRGINIA CITY HISTORY In 1859, placer miners and prospectors in the western Great Basin made two amazing strikes of gold and silver ore near Virginia City. The Comstock Lode, as people soon called the ore body, resulted in what would today be billions of dollars in riches. Virginia City became a highly urbanized, industrial setting and by the early 1870s, together with its smaller neighbor, Gold Hill, reached a population of nearly 25,000, becoming one of the nation’s larger communities. Mining camps are known to pass through an evolution of boom, dramatic growth and excitement and then decline — Virginia City certainly followed that pattern. By the early 1880s, it was becoming clear that the good times were over. It had been years since miners had discovered any new bonanzas, and thousands of people were leaving for better opportunities. By the Great Depression, Virginia City had declined, shrinking into a town of only several hundred people. Interestingly, the NBC television Western, Bonanza, that ran from 1959 to 1973, brought a declining Virginia City back to life. Due to the enormous popularity of the show, visitors from around the world began to seek out and discover this famous Western city, previously known only through the chronicled, weekly adventures of the Cartwright family.
Views: 87 Shirley
Holder Mine Mining Equipment Foundation Remains, Withlacoochee State Forest
 
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Holder Mine was one of the many mining sites excavated during the late 19th Century phosphate mining boom in Central Florida, phosphate was excavated using enormous steam shovels. While exploring Holder Mine recently, we discovered these foundations which once held those shovels, a piece of tangible history.
Top 10 Creepiest Ghost Towns In The World
 
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Thank you so much for watching. If you liked the video, leave a like, and don’t forget to hit that subscribe button if you’re new here. We will have many, many more videos like this one to come in the very near future. This has been Jake from Web Watch, thanks for watching. 10. Craco, Italy - Craco was once a thriving medieval village located in the south of Italy. It sits atop a large rock formation overlooking the gulf of Taranto. The town was once a monastic center, a feudal town, and a center of education with a university, a castle, a church, piazzas, and more. At its peak in 1561, Craco was a large exporter of grain, oil, vegetables, wine, and cotton. Unfortunately, in 1656, a plague struck Craco, reducing the population significantly. The rest of the population was forced to leave the town. Following this, the city never recovered due to its collapsing infrastructure. 9. Kayaköy, Turkey - Originally built in the 1700s in what was Greece at the time, this town was once home to over 20,000 people in the early 20th century. Unfortunately, when World War I hit, the Ottoman Empire collapsed and Greece lost the land to Turkey. The town was a large Greek Orthodox community, and when Turkey took it over the community was forced to flee. Since then, the town has sat abandoned with approximately 350 homes falling apart. 8. Polyana, Abkhazia - Polyana was once a decently sized town with over 40,000 people living inside it. In 1989, the town found itself caught in the middle of war. The war was between Georgian and Abkhazian armies and forced the people to leave. After the war, only a small few came back. 7. Bodie, California - Bodie, California was built in the mid to late 19th century in eastern California. By 1876, the town had flourished into a boom town thanks to the gold rush. This attracted several thousand residents. By the 1880s, the town also became a mining town. In 1910, the population was recorded at 698 people, which were predominantly people families who decided to stay in Bodie instead of moving on to other boom towns. Just a few years later, the town went into full decline and by the 40s the mines were shut down and the town was left abandoned where it has sat today. 6. Centralia, Pennsylvania - Centralia was founded in the late 1700s after colonial settlers bought the land from the Native Americans. Almost 100 years later, in 1856, the first coal mine in Centralia opened. This was followed by four more mines in the area. Little did anyone know, this would be the cause of the town's abandonment. 5. Cahaba, Alabama - Cahaba, Alabama was the first permanent state capital of Alabama from 1820 to 1825. In 1865, the town suffered a massive flood. The town became defunct, and the capital was moved. The town sits abandoned to this day with churches and old government buildings still lining the old unpaved roads. 4. Fortress of Shali, Siwa Oasis, Egypt - The ghost town of Shali lies near Egypt's isolated Siwa Oasis, about 350 miles west of Cairo. The town was built in the 1200s. It was a large fortress which would act as Egypt’s first line of defense from any westward attack. The buildings were made out of a salt and mud mixture that should not have stood the test of time. Amazingly, the structures, while very weathered, still stand today. 3. Pripyat, Ukraine - What's a video about ghost towns without mentioning Pripyat? Pripyat was founded in 1970 as a nuclear city to serve the nearby Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. Just 16 years later one of the reactors at the power plant melted down during a test where safety systems were turned off. The reactor exploded and sent radioactive material into the air. The town of Pripyat was completely abandoned in less than 2 days after the disaster. Many people were killed in the following years from radiation-caused diseases, and the town will be completely uninhabitable until at least the year 2200. 2. Varosha, Cyprus - Varosha, Famagusta is an abandoned oceanfront town with a violent past. The city was doing very well until 1974 when the Turkish Army invaded the city. The Greeks engaged them in the streets of Varosha and the 39,000 people who lived there were forced to flee in fear of their lives. 1. Hashima Island, Japan - Hashima Island was just a patch of unsettled land before 1800. When coal was found in 1810, though, miners came to the island in droves. By the early 1900s, multiple mines were created as well as apartment buildings for the miners and their families. At its peak, over 5,000 people were packed onto Hashima Island. By the 1970s, petroleum had replaced coal and the mines on the island began to shut down. In 1974, the last mine shut down and the island was completely abandoned just a few months later.
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The Unstable History of the Modern Australian Prime Minister
 
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TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/hardcorelime/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/roderonthestorm/ ASK ME ANYTHING ON CURIOUS CAT: https://curiouscat.me/hardcorelime A Video Essay by Michael Roder. AUSTRALIAN POLITICAL LEXICON: PM: Prime Minister. Head of Australia’s government. MP: Member of Parliament Labor: The major ‘centre-left’ party of our two-party system. In power in Australia from 2007-2013. Liberal: The major ‘centre-right’ party of our two-party system. In power in Australia from 2013-present. The Coalition: The partnership between the Liberal party and the smaller National party. Term is often used interchangeably with ‘Liberal.’ The Opposition: Whichever party is not in government. Governor-General: The Queen’s representative in Australia. The official head of government, signs bills into law. Power is mostly symbolic. The Dismissal: Colloquial name for the 1975 constitutional crisis, where the Governor-General dismissed the sitting Prime Minister and dissolved Parliament. Seen as a wide overreach of his powers. Stolen Generation: Term used to refer to indigenous Australian children who were taken from their parents by the Australian government to be raised by white Australians, often in Christian missions. Took place between 1905 and the mid 1970s. Mining Boom: Colloquial term for the largest resources rush in Australian history since the gold rush in the 1800s. Took place in the mid-2000s. Soaring prices of coal and iron ore in particular helped push demand for mining in Australia. Home Insulation Scheme: Part of Rudd’s stimulus package The government offered sizable rebates for homeowners to install better insulation in their homes. Many young workers were hired to help with installation, without getting proper safety training. Four of these workers died on jobs in four months. Double Dissolution: a mechanism in the Australian constitution which allows the Prime Minister to dissolve parliament after the senate rejects a bill twice in the same form. After the election, the rejected bill is introduced in a special joint-sitting of parliament, where each member from both houses votes. GST: The ‘Goods and Services Tax.’ A value added 10% tax on most goods and services purchased in Australia. Passed by the Howard Government in 2000. Peter Dutton and Scott Morrison as human rights abusers: Both Dutton and Morrison have served as foreign ministers for Coalition governments. Australia’s treatment of refugees (Under both Liberal AND Labor governments) has come under intense scrutiny from the UN Human Rights Council. For more info: [https://theconversation.com/un-slams-australias-human-rights-record-87169] The Killing Season: Link to the first episode: [https://www.abc.net.au/news/programs/killing-season/2015-06-05/the-killing-season-full-episode-one-1-sarah-ferguson/6532880]
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1800s - Coal mining in St Helens booms (De La Salle School Animation)
 
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Year 8 & 9 pupils from De La Salle School created this animation as part of the Heritage Lottery Fund supported 'St Helens Community Archive' project for St Helens Local History & Archives (St Helens Library Service). The video was created at a workshop with Animation Nation on 22/03/2018. Explore more local heritage here: www.sthelenscommunityarchive.org.uk
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Bodie  A very old gold mining town. A Ghost Town
 
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During the boom times of the 1800's many people left home and headed for the Sierra Nevada mountains and to the many mines that had sprung up. Bodie, was the biggest with a population of 10,000 in 1851 was the largest. Just 4 years later when all the mines had closed down it became a ghost town. They say it is haunted to this day
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Ironton THE BOOM TOWN OF OHIO. Part Four. MPG
 
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In Reference to: A Pictorial History of Lawrence County Ohio, All Rights Received. During the late 1800s and through the mid 1900s Ironton played a major role in the growth and development of Ohio. The city was the central point for the numerous iron furnaces in the area, with its many factorys and production plants Ironton Ohio was a thriving boom-town for industry, entertainment and trade.
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Exploring Holder Mine Withlacoochee State Forest
 
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Holder Mine was one of many sites excavated during the late 19th Century phosphate mining boom in Central Florida. Giant steam shovels worked night and day extracting the mineral from the earth and when the task was complete all that remained were these great holes in the earth which nature has reclaimed.
Rocky Mountain Mammoth Mine: Hard Rock Mining Tour
 
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Miners rushed to take advantage of the rich veins of gold discovered throughout the Magnolia Mining District in the late 1800s. However, like many mining sites in the west, the Rocky Mountain Mammoth Mine had a boom-and-bust history. The mine closed and reopened several times between 1875 and 1940. Whether the ore was too difficult to access, too low quality, or in too low of demand, operations at the mine rarely went on for more than a few years at a time. Whatever the reasons for closing, the Rocky Mountain Mammoth Mine has been wonderfully preserved, with few modern developments impacting its historic value.
Observing ASEAN: Preserving the Ipoh Heritage
 
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The tin mining boom of the late 1800s drove migration into ASEAN cities by the millions. Much of these immigrants came from South China, and into the many tin-rich towns of ASEAN. One of them is Ipoh, the tin-mining capital of the world. Today, Ipoh has slowed down from the yesteryears of before. Ibrahim Sani speaks with Lim Yi Wen, the Curator of 22 Hale Street, a quaint townhouse in today's sleepy Ipoh, and asks them, what it takes to preserve such a heritage in today's fast-paced rapidly changing world. SUBSCRIBE to NJOI AWANI: https://www.youtube.com/user/njoiawani?sub_confirmation=1 Visit http://www.astroawani.com for more news Astro AWANI LIVE http://www.astroawani.com/videos/live Social Media: FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/astroawani TWITTER https://twitter.com/501Awani INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/501awani #ObservingASEAN #AstroAWANI #BeritaTerkini #BuletinAWANI #BeritaSemasa #AWANI745 #BeritaMalaysia #AWANISarawak #KomunitiAWANI #BeritaUtamaHariIni
Views: 388 Astro Awani
Exploring Cerro Gordo Bellshaw Mine The Ghost Town Water Supply
 
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A deep look into the most newsworthy Ghost Town in the West! yes the one that just sold for 1.4M
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Boom Towns of the California Gold Rush
 
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My 10 year old son did a gold rush project for his 4th grade class. This is a video he did featuring Boom Towns.
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Ms Zainal Abidini, Gua Tempurung River, Aug 2016
 
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Kampar, August 2016 Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoxcTLlU5TzWxnOKMMsnweMbqIYMXPFY- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gerrykomareshia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gerrykomalaysi1 Facebook :https://www.facebook.com/gerryko.mareshia https://www.facebook.com/GerrykoMalaysia/ Support Gerryko Malaysia by contributing 1 US Dollar a month through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gerrykomalaysia Wish to Donate to Gerryko Malaysia via Paypal? : https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=PUFPL6ZBX9LCL ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kampar, Perak Kampar is a town in Kampar District, Perak, Malaysia. Founded in 1887, the town lies within the Kinta Valley, an area rich with tin reserves. It was a tin mining town which boomed during the height of the tin mining industry. There were many tin mines on the outskirts of Kampar during the height of the mining boom. Most of them were established in the late 19th century, flourished in the 1900s, only to stagnate and decline after World War I, with the exception of an exhilarating boom in the 1920s. Most have closed down following the collapse of the industry, especially in the late 20th century. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kampar,_Perak ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For business inquiries, sponsorship & advertising in my videos: Find me on FB, My Other Channels: 1.Gerryko Malaysia Media Events & Food https://www.youtube.com/user/gerrykomalaysia2 2.Gerryko Malaysia TV Anime & Vlogs https://www.youtube.com/user/gerrykomalaysia3 3. Gerryko Malaysia Cosplays https://www.youtube.com/user/gerrykomalaysia4 4.Gerryko Malaysia Street Food https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS4FasMC1etb0m2c5cGIq0Q 5. Gerryko Malaysia Beauty Pageants https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC-lT1ezV3t7GBxgZFpB3VA 6.Gerryko Malaysia Home Cooking https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmN6-Ek8K86_fRAPNAelCCg 7. Gerryko Malaysia Gunpla Gundams & Toys https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFgWGPbrW5BNVuxzl4eVn5A 8. Gerryko Malaysia New Zealand https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXzxSGdbHH_w8hKIopNQ3XQ 9. Gerryko Malaysia Korean Kpop Culture https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmPSIn5iZvwidiQ8bE8z2tg 10. Gerryko Malaysia ASMR & NO VOICE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGIm1ckRi-Tj4fCB1LycLgg ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kampar, August 2016, FullVideo https://youtu.be/KSVIkUFXuAc #GerrykoMalaysia #malaysia #kampar # # # # Gerryko Malaysia Media Events & Food, Gerryko Malaysia, Gerryko Malaysia TV Anime & Vlogs, Gerryko Malaysia Cosplays, gerryko malaysia street food, Gerryko Malaysia New Zealand, Gerryko Malaysia Korean Kpop Culture, Gerryko Malaysia Beauty Pageants, Gerryko Malaysia Gunpla Gundams & Toys, Gerryko Malaysia ASMR & No Voice, street food, food, food review 0:10, 6:00, 12:00, 18:00, 24:00, 30:00, 36:00, 42:00, 48:00, 54:00, ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Food Hunt Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoxcTLlU5TzXvIX98oiHtTpcD2nYNRdMu Gundam Hunt Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoxcTLlU5TzUg6EVn5mF05RjFoUo7rh44 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (OS) (Original Sound) = Copyrighted Video, No Revenue, No Sound Replacement or Distortion
The battle for Minnesota’s $1 trillion mining jackpot
 
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Minnesota’s Arrowhead region sits atop a trove of precious metals: mining companies say the area holds four billion tons of raw material like copper and nickel, a haul worth $1 trillion. But local residents and activists are taking a stand against encroaching mining operations, citing the potentially disastrous environmental consequences. Josh Buettner of Iowa Public Television reports.
Views: 13734 PBS NewsHour
Primely Located Breckenridge Historic Victorian, Walk to Everything, Luxury at a Value
 
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Historic In Town Mansion Rental Opportunity on Desirable French Street, Breckenridge Residing on French Street allows guests to enjoy the many pleasures of Breckenridge while escaping the congestion and crowding of Main Street. Start your ski day by walking to the lifts or consider the free in-town shuttle which stops close to the home every 15-20 minutes. In the evenings, walk the 1.5 blocks to Main Street and enjoy the fabulous restaurants, lively bar scene, the boutiques and shops and of course, a hot cocoa while window shopping. Or, just stay home and enjoy the view from your in-town hillside perch. French Street received its name due to being an enclave of the French residents who called Breckenridge home during the mining boom of the later 1800s. At present, French Street is one of the most prestigious streets in this charming mining town turned world class resort. From the exterior, this charming historic Victorian is the envy of residents and guests. Boasting 3 stories, the home represents the elite of Breckenridge past and present. Within the newly remodeled home are six (6) bedrooms and three (3) bathrooms sleeping up to 12 guests in luxury and comfort. While the exterior may remind guests of Breckenridges Victorian past, the interior is a mix of Victorian design with 21st century comfort and convenience. The open guest areas are perfect for large families, two families traveling together and groups of friends. The living room with its corner fireplace will be perfect for snowy evenings while the Victorian dining room is perfect for long dinner conversations over multiple bottles of wine. However, we believe guests will naturally gather in the custom granite and stainless-steel kitchen. Lay out breakfast on the eating bar or at night, the pizza and beer within easy reach. All three bedrooms have been custom designed each with a unique color palette respecting the historic design of the home and its location on French Street. Comfortable duvets and hand-carved wood furnishings are on display in each bedroom. The bathrooms, designed with Victorian accents yet the landed gentry who occupied this home in the late 1800s would marvel at the claw foot tubs and luxury vanities. For the workaholic or just the e-mail obsessed, the home offers high-speed wireless internet. However, we suggest, enjoy the soothing waters of the outdoor private hot tub with uninterrupted views of the night sky. Winter or summer very few homes of this caliber of luxury and location are available for vacation rental. Indulge in all Breckenridge has to offer within your own historic in-town mansion. for more information: http://thesociety.com/vacation+rental/23986
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"Montana Mosaic: When Copper Was King" (2006)
 
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MONTANA MOSAIC: WHEN COPPER WAS KING, directed by Gita Saedi In the late 1800's the "Copper Kings" ruled the state of Montana. The copper mining industry had an enormous impact on the state's political, economic, and cultural makeup. "When Copper Was KIng" explores the profound impact of the copper mining industry on the state of Montana,and follows the rise of the labor unions in Butte as a reaction to the power of the copper companies. This is one segment of the "Montana Mosaic" series, produced by the Montana Historical Society. ABOUT THE FILMMAKER Gita Saedi Kiely was the series producer/story editor for Kartemquin Films' acclaimed series THE NEW AMERICANS, a three-part series following five immigrant families' journey to the U.S. She has produced for Channel 4 in the UK, CBS and PBS in the U.S. and RTE in Ireland. Her other work includes line producing REEL PARADISE, a documentary about indy film guru John Pierson and his adventure on a remote island in Fiji; and JAILED FOR THEIR WORDS, a documentary on the Montana Sedition Act. Gita is an adjunct lecturer at the University of Montana School of Journalism and was the 2013 Festival Director of the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. She is currently producing Mossedegh & Me, a personal reflection on the CIA coup that ousted then Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh from 1950s Iran. http://kartemquin.com/films/mossadegh-me
Virginia City: Mark Twain, Haunted Hotels, and Suicide Tables!
 
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History, Tourist Traps, Suicide Tables, Mining, Haunts!! All of it right here in Virginia City, Nevada. As a huge fan of Mark Twain and his book 'Roughing it' I've known a lot about Virginia City and the Comstock years, and always wanted to see the town for myself. This was the place Samuel Clemens first worked as a professional writer under the name "Mark Twain" - and it was also the place where one of the richest mining booms in old west history took place. The comstock is legendary, and it left plenty of legendary attractions above it straddling the side of Mt Davidson in Virginia! This video is the result of our first visit here together, but there should be many more, hopefully when I'm not completely sick! Thanks for watching! Instagram: @livefastdiepoor Twitter: @justinscarred Second Channel: http://youtube.com/justinscarred Like the videos? Wanna support? http://patreon.com/Justinscarred Shirts: http://livefastdiepoor.spreadshirt.com I really do recommend staying at the silver queen hotel - it's not 5 star luxury, but it;s definitely interesting! Please tell them we sent you. Not that they hooked us up or anything, just that it was a pretty wacky experience. Xoxo - Justin
Views: 44557 LiveFastDiePoor
1800s - Coal mining in St Helens booms (Cowley College Animation)
 
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Year 9 pupils from Cowley International College created this animation as part of the Heritage Lottery Fund supported 'St Helens Community Archive' project for St Helens Local History & Archives (St Helens Library Service). The video was created at a workshop with Animation Nation on 27/03/2018. Explore more local heritage here: www.sthelenscommunityarchive.org.uk
Views: 25 St Helens Council
Gold Towns of the Wild West  Old Wild West History Documentary
 
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This cool documentary has the host mining using 19th century (1800s) mining techniques. Produced for the History Channel.
Let's Blast! - Industrial Explosives During Blasting
 
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Are civil and military explosives the same? In other words, are we using the same explosives in mining and warfare? Well, yes and no. From the ninth century AD (though the historians are still uncertain about the exact date of its invention) to the mid-1800’s, black powder was the only explosive available. A single type of explosives was therefore used as a propellant for guns and for blasting purpose in any military, mining and civil engineering application. The Industrial Revolution carried new discoveries in explosives and initiation technologies. A specialization principle, therefore, operates between military and civil application of explosives thanks to new products economics, versatility, strength, precision or capability to be stored for long periods of time without significant deterioration. https://www.thebalance.com The following factors shall be considered to determine the blast area: • Geology or material to be blasted, • Blast pattern, • Burden, depth, diameter, and angle of the holes, • Blasting experience of the mine, • Delay systems, powder factor, and pounds per delay, • Type and amount of explosive material, and • Type and amount of stemming. #blasting #mining #industry #coal
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Kampar's Halal Foodcourt, August 2016
 
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Kampar, August 2016 Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoxcTLlU5TzWxnOKMMsnweMbqIYMXPFY- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gerrykomareshia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gerrykomalaysi1 Facebook :https://www.facebook.com/gerryko.mareshia https://www.facebook.com/GerrykoMalaysia/ Support Gerryko Malaysia by contributing 1 US Dollar a month through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gerrykomalaysia Wish to Donate to Gerryko Malaysia via Paypal? : https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=PUFPL6ZBX9LCL ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kampar, Perak Kampar is a town in Kampar District, Perak, Malaysia. Founded in 1887, the town lies within the Kinta Valley, an area rich with tin reserves. It was a tin mining town which boomed during the height of the tin mining industry. There were many tin mines on the outskirts of Kampar during the height of the mining boom. Most of them were established in the late 19th century, flourished in the 1900s, only to stagnate and decline after World War I, with the exception of an exhilarating boom in the 1920s. Most have closed down following the collapse of the industry, especially in the late 20th century. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kampar,_Perak ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For business inquiries, sponsorship & advertising in my videos: Find me on FB, My Other Channels: 1.Gerryko Malaysia Media Events & Food https://www.youtube.com/user/gerrykomalaysia2 2.Gerryko Malaysia TV Anime & Vlogs https://www.youtube.com/user/gerrykomalaysia3 3. Gerryko Malaysia Cosplays https://www.youtube.com/user/gerrykomalaysia4 4.Gerryko Malaysia Street Food https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS4FasMC1etb0m2c5cGIq0Q 5. Gerryko Malaysia Beauty Pageants https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC-lT1ezV3t7GBxgZFpB3VA 6.Gerryko Malaysia Home Cooking https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmN6-Ek8K86_fRAPNAelCCg 7. Gerryko Malaysia Gunpla Gundams & Toys https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFgWGPbrW5BNVuxzl4eVn5A 8. Gerryko Malaysia New Zealand https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXzxSGdbHH_w8hKIopNQ3XQ 9. Gerryko Malaysia Korean Kpop Culture https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmPSIn5iZvwidiQ8bE8z2tg 10. Gerryko Malaysia ASMR & NO VOICE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGIm1ckRi-Tj4fCB1LycLgg ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kampar, August 2016, FullVideo https://youtu.be/KSVIkUFXuAc #GerrykoMalaysia #malaysia #kampar # # # # Gerryko Malaysia Media Events & Food, Gerryko Malaysia, Gerryko Malaysia TV Anime & Vlogs, Gerryko Malaysia Cosplays, gerryko malaysia street food, Gerryko Malaysia New Zealand, Gerryko Malaysia Korean Kpop Culture, Gerryko Malaysia Beauty Pageants, Gerryko Malaysia Gunpla Gundams & Toys, Gerryko Malaysia ASMR & No Voice, street food, food, food review 0:10, 6:00, 12:00, 18:00, 24:00, 30:00, 36:00, 42:00, 48:00, 54:00, ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Food Hunt Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoxcTLlU5TzXvIX98oiHtTpcD2nYNRdMu Gundam Hunt Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoxcTLlU5TzUg6EVn5mF05RjFoUo7rh44 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (OS) (Original Sound) = Copyrighted Video, No Revenue, No Sound Replacement or Distortion
Coal, Steam, and The Industrial Revolution: Crash Course World History #32
 
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Mongols Shirts and Crash Course Posters! http://store.dftba.com/collections/crashcourse In which John Green wraps up revolutions month with what is arguably the most revolutionary of modern revolutions, the Industrial Revolution. While very few leaders were beheaded in the course of this one, it changed the lives of more people more dramatically than any of the political revolutions we've discussed. So, why did the Industrial Revolution happen around 1750 in the United Kingdom? Coal. Easily accessible coal, it turns out. All this, plus you'll finally learn the difference between James Watt and Thomas Newcomen, and will never again be caught telling people that your blender has a 900 Newcomen motor. Crash Course World History is now available on DVD! http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-world-history-the-complete-series-dvd-set Follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @raoulmeyer @crashcoursestan @saysdanica @thoughtbubbler Like us! ‪http://www.facebook.com/youtubecrashcourse Follow us again! ‪http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse
Views: 4316169 CrashCourse
We Conquered the Odessa Doran Canyon Loop Trail
 
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In this adventure, we head north to the Calico Mountain to tackle the Odessa-Doran Loop Trail. This is a difficult rated trail and one we have been looking forward to tackling. This trail did not disappoint, with it amazing tight canyons, step and narrow rocky obstacles and spectacular desert scenery around every turn. TrailRecon Amazon Shop: https://www.amazon.com/shop/trailrecon TrailRecon T-shirts: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/trailrecon Follow Me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trailrecon/ Facebook Group: http://bit.ly/TrailReconFBgroup Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/home Web: https://www.trailrecon.net Special thanks to my trail friends, Q, Dirks, Kassen, Amy and Joe The Odessa-Doran Canyon Loop Trail is located East of Barstow, CA just off the Interstate 15 in the Calico Mountains. The trail entrance is well marked and easy to find and is just east of the Calico Ghost Town. There are over 500 silver mines in this area and you will see many along the trail. This place was booming in the late 1800’s. This trail is rated as difficult and after just a short drive from the trail head you will enter the spectacular narrow canyon section. We quickly began hitting some fun obstacles and this was just a taste of things to come. There were 6 of us in the group today, and while this trail is rated as difficult, most of the jeeps in our group are just lightly modified daily drivers. There are some pretty solid obstacles on this trail, but sometimes it’s the small ones that can get you. You really have to select your tire placement carefully and use your lockers when appropriate along this trail. Are friend got a little high centered, but we quickly whipped out a winch and pulled him off. This section was one of the very few areas on the trail, that actually had a bypass… most of them don’t My buddy Joe was even struggle a little though this area, and he decided to do a little landscaping and move a bunch of boulders around with his Jeep to make it easier… this is a great example of why under armor and strong parts are so important. Unfortunately, he broke off one of his rims center caps in the process. This next section of trail looks very intimidating. You go up a steep rocky climb and you are leaning to the drivers side the whole way up. You have to take your time and go slow as you approach the top where you have to turn because if you are running a 4 door hard top you are going to get within inches of the rock face. First time on the beadlocks This next section is known as Pucker Pass. It may not look like much, but it gets very narrow and there is a steep drop to the drivers side that you start leaning towards. There is one dip on the trail that your rear tire has to sink down into. You really need to get your line perfect here. I let my son drive and put faith in the spotter….. I’m pretty sure I was more nervous that my son! We finally reached the end of the Odessa portion of the trail. This whole loop is only 6 miles long, but it is slow going. The trail opened up to a large mine area and this is where you will begin your decent back down the mountain on the Doran side of the trail. We decided to take a break, eat some lunch and check out some of the mines. What a spectacular day so far! We had tackled ever obstacle we encounter today, but this last section, well we all walk it for a while, talked it through, probably dared each other more than once and decided this section is best left for the hard core rock crawler rigs. We took the bypass on this one and venture off into the caves which was pretty cool. I think this how Jeeps are born?
Views: 47166 TrailRecon
NM True TV Hillsboro and Kingston Ghost Towns
 
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The rush to mine gold and silver in the late 19th century helped create several boom towns in New Mexico. The end of that mining rush also created numerous ghost towns across the state. Hillsboro can't quite qualify as a ghost town, since it has many hearty residents who love their quiet community. And Kingston, while smaller, still has people who call it home. While these towns lost much of their population they haven't lost their charm.
Views: 4582 VisitNewMexico
1800s - Coal mining in St Helens booms (St Augustine School Animation)
 
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Year 8 pupils from St Augustine of Canterbury School created this animation as part of the Heritage Lottery Fund supported 'St Helens Community Archive' project for St Helens Local History & Archives (St Helens Library Service). The video was created at a workshop with Animation Nation on 28/03/2018. Explore more local heritage here: www.sthelenscommunityarchive.org.uk
Views: 37 St Helens Council