MG 23 Item 21: Ray-Chino Mining Co., Santa Rita Mine, Silver City, New Mexico, showing open pit mining operations. Scenes from Miami, Arizona mining operations have been identified toward the end of the film. This film is held as part of the Harry Webb Marsh Collection, Manuscript Group 23. Funding for this film preservation was provided by Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Company. Preservation work was accomplished by Triage Archival Restoration Services, Los Angeles.
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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
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This video features highlights of the wildlife I encountered during my hike up to and through the Silver Dyke ghost town. You will see multi-colored lizards, wild burros, and the ghost town of Silver Dyke with its cabins and large mill.
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Chloride, Arizona was founded in 1862 with the discovery of silver ore and is an old mining camp that never quite died. Silver, Gold, lead, zinc, and turquoise have been found in the area. Today some of the mines are privately owned while others are on public land. At one time there was over 72 mines operating in Chloride. The name Chloride came from the silver chloride found in the hills among other minerals in the area. Silver chloride is used in photographic emulsions and antiseptic silver solutions. Chloride is the oldest continuously inhabited mining town in the state of Arizona.
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1.23.2013. I decided to walk out to some mountains today and found several old abandoned gold mines from the past. I didn't see any official claim markers or indications that the area was other than BLM (Bureau of Land Management). An old post at one gold mine had written on it, 'Gold Lake Discovery 1/1/13', which I'm not certain whether someone wrote that just a few weeks ago on New Year's Day, or that it indicates an initial discovery in 1913. This is high definition video footage for Youtube.
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The Nivloc Mine is located seven miles or so from the tiny town of Silver Peak, NV. The mine dates back to the early 1900s. It was a silver mine. During my recent exploration at the Nivloc Mine, it was apparent that a new company is attempting to mine for ore at this site once again. I believe the NIvloc Mine was a silver mine. The wooden trestle is still in very good condition.
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Paul, Chuck, the new guy Brent, and I teamed-up to explore some abandoned mines and an abandoned whorehouse in Nevada. The Wayward Wench Mine had many tunnels of varying depths. We documented as many as we could. Afterward, we stopped off at an abandoned brothel that saw its last paying customer sometime in the early 1990s. Some of the beds and tacky decor were still in place such as velvet headboards and sparkling stucco. Real classy! Enjoy!
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Chloride AZ, founded 1860s, silver ore mining. High definition [HD] video around town, the Chloride AZ Cemetary, and panaramic footage of the town. Today, around a few hundred people or so live in Chloride Arizona. Peace, Mark Allen Channel (4GUESTS.COM)
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While accurate, the title demands an explanation… Yes, everyone missed here. As you’ll see in this, and subsequent videos, this is a failed placer mine. The many gold miners that worked here were desperately searching for the ancient river channels that so many other mines in the mining district had tapped into with immense success. In their search for those gold-filled channels, the miners at this mine explored underground to the right, left, up and down within the claim boundaries. However, quite simply, they missed… Fortunately, their efforts make for a quite unique and interesting abandoned mine. Then, Adit Addicts and I arrived at this mine site. We had a verbal description of where the adit was and even a fairly precise location from a topographic map. After looking all over the place for this adit on multiple visits, but failing to locate it, we eventually concluded that it had eroded shut and been lost forever. However, quite simply, we missed… Following the visits from Adit Addicts and me, our pals in the U.S. Forest arrived on the scene and, to their eternal disgrace, they have succeeded in mostly destroying this historic mine. They THINK they have completely destroyed it. However, quite simply, they missed… Well, they missed this adit - which is the main adit at the mine. Finally, Adit Addicts, on a return trip over the winter, did NOT miss. It was through a stroke of luck that he was able to locate this adit, but locate it he did. To be fair to the miners, to us and, yes, even to the Forest Service, this is not an easy mine to locate or one that presents easy working conditions… To say that we were surprised by how extensive this mine turned out to be would be a huge understatement. I have to be careful in sharing much information on this one as I do not want the Forest Service to return and finish their destruction. However, it is very interesting to look at the ownership records of this mine as it changed hands over and over again as one disillusioned miner after another apparently dumped it on the next sucker. Also, as was alluded to in our conversation inside of the mine about the Chinese miners, quite a diverse array of ethnic groups mined here. I’d love to give more details. Perhaps one day we will have more enlightened governance and I can share so much more about the abandoned mines we visit… So, I promised to talk about the “strips” I am constantly referencing on what look like rails… Traditional rails, whether they are for trains or ore carts, are heavy and expensive. Thus, for miners operating on a budget in locations that are difficult to reach, a lighter and cheaper alternative ranks high on their wish list. From this, were born wooden “rails.” The miners would take sturdy boards (lighter and cheaper) and lay these down in the same configuration as rails. They would then take thin strips of metal (some people call them straps) and would nail these down on top of the boards. The boards are not as sturdy or as smooth as rail, but they get the job done. The metal strips on top of the boards are to protect the wood from being immediately destroyed by the metal ore cart wheels. One will often see those metal strips scattered around old mines as the boards and strips had to be replaced often. I’ll talk more about what exactly the miners missed in the next video as well as how painfully close they were… The YouTube channel for Adit Addicts can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIXOU8aR7o50X6q2wQ0wbCQ ***** All of these videos are uploaded in HD, so adjust those settings to ramp up the quality! It really does make a difference. You can see the gear that I use for mine exploring here: https://bit.ly/2wqcBDD You can click here for my full playlist of abandoned mines: https://goo.gl/TEKq9L Thanks for watching! ***** Growing up in California’s “Gold Rush Country” made it easy to take all of the history around us for granted. However, abandoned mine sites have a lot working against them – nature, vandals, scrappers and various government agencies… The old prospectors and miners that used to roam our lonely mountains and toil away deep underground are disappearing quickly as well. These losses finally caught our attention and we felt compelled to make an effort to document as many of the ghost towns and abandoned mines that we could before that colorful niche of our history is gone forever. I hope you’ll join us on these adventures! #ExploringAbandonedMines #MineExploring #AbandonedMines #UndergroundMineExploring
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The McIntyre mine is located just outside of Ouray, Colorado. There is year round, running water on the claim, that can be used in support of mining operations. This site was historically mined for gold, but plenty of pyrite, quartz, and iron can also be found around the claim and in the tailings and the stream.
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Hidden deep within the majestic Santa Catalina Mountains, north of Tucson, Arizona are ancient ruins that may be linked to the legends of the mine with the iron door and the lost city. The site is near the Cañada del Oro in an extremely remote area of the Catalina Mountains. Find out more at http://emol.org/treasurescatalinas . The remains of nearly a half dozen stone constructed buildings are scattered in an area that is suspected to be connected with the famous legend of the Iron Door Mine. Nearby, extensive mining activities have been conducted for hundreds of years. Evidence of mining shafts, tunnels and early human activity have been founded and documented. The U.S. Forest Service retains these items. The legend tied to the lost city, and the nearby mines involves the Spanish missionaries in the early 1700s. Read more about the Lost City of the Santa Catalinas: http://emol.org/flintcarter/lostcity/
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Island Mountain Pat Adventure TV takes you inside this Historic Park City, Utah Silver King Mine Building that has been abandoned for over 50 years. WOW! I'm thinking about submitting this to the Sundance Film Festival due to it's RAW unique nature. Filmed on my Droid cell phone. :-) Hope you enjoy the tour.
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It truly is amazing how much history is found along this old wagon trail road that branches out to the many mines that were erected during Silver Cities heyday. Today these roads venture past many silver mines as nature seems to be consuming them. On occasion you may find remnants of an old automobile or a TNT box. We had set off on our journey one that would leave us with wanting to see more.
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It's one of the oldest cities in Arizona. Bisbee a century ago was a booming mining town where gold, silver, and copper flowed from the mines, and the cash poured into posh hotels and shady saloons.
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Silver City is a near ghost town and a small residential community in Lyon County, Nevada, USA, near the Lyon/Carson border. The population as of the 2000 census was 170. Located in the beautiful Kern River Valley near Lake Isabella, California, Silver City Ghost Town is home to 21 historic structures and is operated as a museum and film location. It has been featured on Bio HD, A&E, The History Channel, in dozens of film shoots, music videos, commercials, and periodicals. It is open to the public daily where guests of all ages can experience the history and the mystery of the site. Silver City Ghost Town | http://silvercityghosttown.com/ Silver City | Nevada | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_City,_Nevada Twitter | https://twitter.com/USAGhostTowns Tumblr | https://ameicanghosttowns.tumblr.com/ About my Channel. Welcome to my channel, the OFFICIAL home of American Ghost Towns, I make video's about Ghost Towns in America and other parts of the world, with the HISTORY and FACTS about these towns. Also video's about Travel and People. Don't Forget to Like, Share and Subscribe Here | https://www.youtube.com/c/AmericanGho... Thanks for visiting. #SilverCityGhostTown #Idaho #AmericanGhostTowns #GhostTowns #Abandoned #GhostTown #AbandonedPlaces #SilverCity
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These ghost town buildings are the remains of a much larger town once housing 3000 people. The Castle dome mining district had roughly 300 mines mining silver and lead. But today it's a museum with artifacts discovered in many of its mines. You have to drive through the Yuma proving grounds on a dirt road to get here. It's about an hour northeast of Yuma, Arizona. It has old bars, a church, barbershop, hotel, bunk house, cemetery. There are about fifty buildings in total and you'll need about two hours to see everything. There are thousands of mining era artifacts and it's worth the trip. Website: http://www.castledomemuseum.org/ Phone: 928-920-3062
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Just a few miles northeast of Wickenburg along an easy dirt road sits the abandoned Monte Christo Mine. There's lots to explore in the surrounding area and among the several structures that stand today. Read history: http://azoffroad.net/monte-christo-mine/4593756550 How to get there: http://azoffroad.net/monte-christo-mine-trail/4589797416
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Exploring the Ghost Town of Swansea in Arizona http://www.totally-trailer.com Email [email protected] Facebook: www.facebook.com/totallytrailer ********************************** On a long dirt road, just 30 miles outside of Parker, Arizona (in literally the middle of nowhere) sits an old copper mining town. Archaeological and historical sites litter this once bustling boomtown and the Bureau of Land Management has done an excellent job restoring and protecting this massive and extinct townsite. It’s no surprise that we were once again lured to an abandoned mining area full of mine shafts, artifacts and the residual smell of history and danger. Swansea Townsite was a copper mining town that was settled around 1909. It’s one of the largest ghost towns we have visited so far. At the town’s peak (of about 750 residents), it boasted everything from a car dealership, a moving picture theater, lumber yard and an electric light company (in addition to the normal saloons, barbershops, cemeteries and restaurants). What a cutting edge town, to have their very own electric light company! As you walk the dusty “streets” of Swansea, it’s difficult to imagine a car dealership out in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by open mine shafts. What a journey this copper went on after being mined from the earth. It took a train ride along the Colorado River and ended up on a boat down the Gulf Coast, around Cape Horn to Swansea, Wales (hence the namesake)! That’s over 4,900 miles……. The townsite sits surrounded by large mountain ranges in every direction. It’s even a steep, curvy and hairy drive into the townsite (so we don’t recommend going when it’s been raining, or with a trailer or large RV). Once nestled into the town, you can’t help but feel safe and thousands of miles away from anyone and anything. At the entrance to the town, BLM has a kiosk with flyers, maps, historical photos and information as well as pit toilets. We could have spent days wandering and exploring the historical gems hidden within Swansea, and particularly appreciated the massive mine shafts, finding portions of the old railroad and the ramshackled brick buildings from long ago. The old copper mining town still has evidence of the massive copper smelter and dust chamber, which was a rather large and impressive brick building. Due to recent toppling walls and bricks, the building has been fenced off, but you can’t miss the undeniable presence this building had in the town. The mine shafts are all covered for safety purposes. These heavy duty safety measures allow you to walk over and around the shafts safely, while eerily peering down these deep black holes. There is an interpretive trail, hiking trails, picnic spots and ATV trails in the area. The interpretive trail takes you through the worker’s cottages, general office, company store, company residences, railroad depot, manager’s house, copper smelter and dust chamber, the hospital and school site along with rusted old cars and magnificent views. Just like all the ghost towns we have visited, Swansea fell victim to the Great Depression and the last milling was reported in 1944. Today, Swansea gives us glimpse back to our past as well as a reminder at how wild the west really was. Although there are a handful of small campsites in Swansea, Totally Trailer does not recommend any large RV's or trailers due to the hairy roads getting into the townsite. The campgrounds at Swansea are perfect for small vans or tent camping only. It's a fun day trip and beautiful drive in from Parker, AZ. We recommend parking your RV or camper in nearby Parker.
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Spent part of the day exploring the Green Quartz Mine site near the town of Oatman, AZ. It was my first time in this territory, so part of the trip was used to scout future mines to explore. The Green Quartz Mine dates back to the early 1900s. The site has many vertical shafts of varying depth as well as one small tunnel. Nearby is the old mining town of Oatman that I briefly explored by driving down its main street. Oatman definitely is a classic American, old-west town that still retains its historical roots. Oatman is definitely a must-see if you're in the area!
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The abandoned Scratch Awl Silver Mine near Philipsburg, Montana was first developed in the 1870’s. It was misspelled Scratch-All after the original survey but both names refer to this site on Granite Mountain just east of Philipsburg. From the Montana Department of Environmental Quality web site: "The Scratch Awl was one of the first silver lodes discovered in the district, and recorded production in 1875 when it was worked in a small way in association with the Salmon lode. By 1907 the workings were inaccessible. The mine was reopened in 1917, when it supplied a moderate amount of manganese for the war effort. The mine recorded production nearly every year between 1919 and 1927. Between 1928 and 1939 the mine was reported to have produced 50,000 tons of manganese ore and 60,000 tons of silver-zinc ore. By 1939 the mine was the most active in the district. The mine is developed through a 500 foot shaft with three levels with 8,000 feet of workings. On the 500 foot level the mine is connected to the True Fissure lode to the north and to the Cliff lode on the west." The work was brutal but the pay was steady. The mine was operated by the Silver Prince Co. in the 1920’s and by Contact Mining Co. through the 1960’s when it closed. Most of the shop buildings have collapsed due to winter snowfall, but the main cable building and the change house (dry house) building still stands with their roofs intact. After shift showers were a welcomed relief since the underground work was hot, dusty and dirty. This site is on private property so please respect the owners’ rights and take only pictures, leave only footprints. Speaking of footprints, please watch your step! A lot of rusty nails are just waiting for your footprint! Please do not climb the structures since they are well beyond safe condition and could collapse. Also respect the fencing around the main shaft since it was placed there for your safety. Many thanks to my friend Rick from the Granite County Museum and Cultural Center. Rick provided transportation, access and insight to this historical site. Please visit the museum in Philipsburg on your next journey through the valley. Their website is: www.granitecountymuseum.com This sequence was captured with the following cameras: DJI Phantom 3 Advanced drone, DJI OSMO and Canon Vixia HFS-100. Post production was accomplished with Adobe Premier Pro. Music: "Scissors", "Ossuary 7 - Resolve","Texture for Violincello and Pianoforte No. 2", “Pale Rider” and"Sunset at Glengorm" all by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Calico is an old West mining town that has been around since 1881 during the largest silver strike in California. With its 500 mines, Calico produced over $20 million in silver ore over a 12-year span. When silver lost its value in the mid-1890's, Calico lost its population. The miner's packed up, loaded their mules and moved away abandoning the town that once gave them a good living. It became a "ghost town." Walter Knott purchased Calico in the 1950's architecturally restoring all but the five original buildings to look as they did in the 1880's. Calico received State Historical Landmark 782 and in 2005 was proclaimed by then Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to be California's Silver Rush Ghost Town. Today Calico is part of the San Bernardino County Regional Parks system visited by people from around the country and all over the world. The park offers visitors an opportunity to share in its rich history and enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding desert environment. Along with its history and attractions, Calico Ghost Town has shops, restaurants and offers camping and outdoor recreation not available at most of our other park facilities. Due to the historic nature of the town, not all areas are ADA accessible. CAUTION: Mines in the Calico area are extremely hazardous and must not be approached for any reason! Soundtrack.. Guts and Bourbon by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400032 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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We travel to the O.K. Corral in search of gunslinging ghouls. Unsolved has BRAND NEW merch! Check it out here: http://bzfd.it/shopunsolved Shop our UK (http://bzfd.it/shopUKunsolved) and Germany (http://bzfd.it/shopDEunsolved) merch stores too! Watch on Amazon Instant Video: http://amzn.to/2nxA2q6 Watch on Hulu: https://hulu.tv/2FHqdMT Check out our BuzzFeed Original Series channel on Roku: http://bit.ly/2DUnOlE Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/68733 Welcome to the BuzzFeed Unsolved Network! This channel is your one-stop destination for all things mystery, conspiracy, supernatural, true crime, and everything in between. Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2zuaR06. MUSIC Licensed via Audio Network STILLS Big Nose Kate's Saloon on E Allen St in historic Tombstone, Arizona csfotoimages/Getty Images Village near the OljatoâMonument Valley in Arizona. Ranch house. Aerial view, from above, drone shooting AlenaMozhjer/Getty Images lump of silver or platinum on a stone floor Oat_Phawat/Getty Images Close-Up Of Beer Glass Against White Background Classen Rafael / EyeEm/Getty Images Antique photograph of people from the World: Jay Gould ilbusca/Getty Images Ouzina desert Manuel Breva Colmeiro/Getty Images Vector wooden Texture Julia_Khimich/Getty Images Full Frame Texture, old concrete wall Ivan/Getty Images 3D Image of classic old deserted western town richard eppedio/Getty Images Silhouette of Cowboy couple riding horses at sunset, vector kanyakits/Getty Images Set of blood splashes isolated on white background. Vector design element ioanmasay/Getty Images U.S. Army Taking over Western Territories Engraving, 1887 bauhaus1000/Getty Images Antique photo of paintings: Man ilbusca/Getty Images Scenic View Of Mountains Against Clear Sky Arthur Simoes / EyeEm/Getty Images EDITORIAL USE: Graves of OK Corral gunfight participants, Boothill Graveyard, Tombstone, Arizona Elizabeth Beard/Getty Images Man with handlebar mustache and chin puff Holly Harris/Getty Images Cowboy in various action 4x6/Getty Images OK Corral, Tombstone Mirrorpix/Getty Images Barman stood behind the bar of his pub JGalione/Getty Images Glass and bottle of beer on table Lumina Images/Getty Images Men Killed by Wyatt Earp John van Hasselt - Corbis/Getty Images Doc Holliday John van Hasselt - Corbis/Getty Images THE WESTERN CITY OF TOMBSTONE IN ARIZONA John van Hasselt - Corbis/Getty Images Tombstone Arizona Art Wager/Getty Images 1900s PORTRAIT WOMAN... H. Armstrong Roberts/ClassicStock/Getty Images Shotgun icon vector MrsWilkins/Getty Images Modern condo apartment Stuart Dee/Getty Images Wyatt Earp Bettmann/Getty Images Evil School Janitor inhauscreative/Getty Images Silbermine, Westerndorf 'Tombstone Village', Arizona, Nordamerika, Amerika, USA, Rei Peter Bischoff/Getty Images gravestone set koya79/Getty Images Court of the Queen's Bench duncan1890/Getty Images Victorian People Man_Half-tube/Getty Images Young Black Server or Waiter Holding a Tray innovatedcaptures/Getty Images Ridin' down the canyon Eastview Photography/Getty Images Trailer Trash vandervelden/Getty Images A Stagecoach In Tombstone Underwood Archives/Getty Images Western style silhouette buildings. Klibbor/Getty Images Empty pub Spaces Images/Getty Images Western Cowboy Gunslingers - Gun Fight, Outlaws KeithBishop/Getty Images A black and white portrait of a cowboy in Paradise Valley, NV. Rachid Dahnoun/Getty Images A black and white portrait of a cowboy in Wells, NV. Rachid Dahnoun/Getty Images Equestrian Sports: Western Gaucho/Getty Images cowboy deputy treasurephoto/Getty Images Grunge background in black and white with a brick pattern Angel_1978/Getty Images Courthouse. Witold Skrypczak/Getty Images View from Massai Point at Chiricahua National Monument with Sulphur Spring Valley Dragoon Mountains in far distance. Witold Skrypczak/Getty Images Young cowboy at table in saloon Mordolff/Getty Images Tombstone county courthouse Tashka/Getty Images OK Corral Gunfight Site, Tombstone, Arizona, USA Walter Bibikow/Getty Images OK Corral Gunfight sign, Tombstone, Arizona, USA Danita Delimont/Getty Images North America, United States, 1855, Map Of The United States Exhibiting The Several Collection Districts. Senate Ex. Doc. No. Drawn By David H. Burr Draftsman U.s, Senate. Ackerman Lith. Broadway N.y., Map Of The United States Exhibiting The Several Coll Historic Map Works LLC and Osher Map Library/Getty Images Tables in restaurant Tetra Images/Getty Images Portrait of a cowboy Adam Burn/Getty Images bartender shaking cocktail mixer in bar. RK Studio / Monashee Frantz/Getty Images THB0008248 Thinkstock/Getty Images THC0020462 Thinkstock/Getty Images Colt Peacemaker and a handful of bullets Geoff Brightling/Getty Images VIDEO (Slow Motion) Horse Running- Hoof Close Up Rocheleau/Getty Images
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Bob Schoose owner and mayor of GoldField Ghost Town, historian and Lost Dutchman Treasure Hunter tells us where the famous lost Dutchman mine was and how much gold was taken out of it. He also tells us about the history of the Goldfield Ghost town and how it was part of the Lost Dutchman's Famous mine. If you are ever in Arizona, treat your self to visiting the cool Ghost town known as Goldfield near Apache Junction, you wont regret it. Check out their web pages for more information. http://goldfieldghosttown.com https://www.facebook.com/GoldfieldGhostTown/ Also while you are in the area don't forget to check out the Lost Dutchman Museum, this is another must see place while in Arizona. http://superstitionmountainmuseum.org Send info to me at: Terry Carter 51 W. center suit 304 Orem, Utah 84057 [email protected] If you're going to buy something off of Amazon help support my channel and buy it from this link. It doesn't cost you any more but amazon does give me a little kick back, thanks https://www.amazon.com/shop/terrycarter?ref=ac_inf_hm_vp Subscribe to my you tube channel here: https://goo.gl/nbxyyt Visit our web pages and forum http://www.ancientlosttreasures.com/forum/ http://www.ancienthistoricalresearchfoundation.com http://www.mysteryglyphs.com Also look us up on face book at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/723774731015622/
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Spent a day exploring the well-preserved and fascinating ghost town of Bristol and its Bristol Silver Mines. This video shows an underground exploration of one of the many mines in Bristol. Also featured are an examination of the Snyder Shaft, the hoist house, and various large pieces of mining machinery such as engines and compressors.
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Vulture City is a ghost town situated at the site of the defunct Vulture Mine in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. Vulture Mine was a gold mine which was discovered in 1863. It was the most productive gold mine in the history of Arizona. From 1863 to 1942. Vulture City Website | https://www.ci.wickenburg.az.us/541/Vulture-City-Ghost-Town Vulture City | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulture_City,_Arizona Vulture Mine Information | http://www.vultureminetours.com/information/ Twitter | https://twitter.com/USAGhostTowns Tumblr | https://ameicanghosttowns.tumblr.com/ About my Channel. Welcome to my channel, the OFFICIAL home of American Ghost Towns, I make video's about Ghost Towns in America and other parts of the world, with the HISTORY and FACTS about these towns. Also video's about Travel and People. Don't Forget to Like, Share and Subscribe Here | https://www.youtube.com/c/AmericanGho... Thanks for visiting. #VultureCity #OldWildWest #AmericanGhostTowns
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ASARCO’s Ray Mine operation is a 250,000-ton-per-day copper ore open pit mine that produces approximately 100 million pounds of copper each year. ASARCO (American Smelting and Refinery Company) was established in 1899 primarily as a lead and silver smelting and refining company. Today, it is primarily a copper mining, smelting and refining company, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Grupo Mexico. As general manager of the Ray operation, Mike Kotraba is always seeking new ways to keep costs low and improve production throughput. Most recently, the question that plagued him concerned the low-quality copper material that had to be recirculated through the primary SAG (semi-autogenous grinding) mill. What would be the net impact on SAG throughput if the operation could remove the recirculating load from the mill, he wondered. In less than a month, ASARCO Ray Mine had its answer. Thanks to the use of a KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens SuperStacker, the mine saw increased mill throughput and reduced costs. In the first three months of use, ASARCO has removed approximately 500,000 tons of reject material from the SAG mill circuit, saving the company between $750,000 and $1,000,000. These savings come from: 1) reduced costs (by not crushing and recycling the sub-grade recirculating load); 2) increased SAG throughput (by rejecting the sub-grade recirculating load thereby opening-up additional SAG volume for more fresh feed), and 3) increased copper production (by adding higher grade, fresh feed to the process).
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Shakespeare is a ghost town in Hidalgo County, New Mexico, United States. It is currently part of a privately owned ranch, sometimes open to tourists. The entire community was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Shakespeare | http://www.shakespeareghostown.com/ Shakespeare | New Mexico - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shakespeare,_New_Mexico Twitter | https://twitter.com/USAGhostTowns Tumblr | https://ameicanghosttowns.tumblr.com/ About my Channel. Welcome to my channel, the OFFICIAL home of American Ghost Towns, I make video's about Ghost Towns in America and other parts of the world, with the HISTORY and FACTS about these towns. Also video's about Travel and People. Don't Forget to Like, Share and Subscribe Here | https://www.youtube.com/c/AmericanGho... Thanks for visiting. #ShakespeareGhostTown #NewMexico #AmericanGhostTowns #GhostTowns #Abandoned #GhostTown
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Bayhorse was a town built to support the various mines in the area. Mining began to boom in the late 1870's and Bayhorse used modern technology to increase profitability of ore reduction. Named Bayhorse because a couple prospectors met a gentleman with two bay horses that told them of rich mining prospects here. In the 1890's, silver and lead prices dropped and ultimately closed this operation. The town supported 300-500 people until that time and work in these mines slowed until it closed completely some time in the early 20th century. Nearly 100,000 tons of ore had been removed from the mines here. In 2006, Bayhorse became a unit of the Idaho State Parks dept. They have done a great job of preserving this site. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Check out the Idaho State Parks page on this and other park sites https://parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/parks/land-yankee-fork Want to help me continue making these videos? Check out my Patreon page and help me go commercial free (or at least fewer commercials). https://www.patreon.com/detourswithfrank You can also check out my facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/detourswithfrank/ Or my instagram page at https://www.instagram.com/detourswithfrank/
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Located 70-miles east of Phoenix is the town of Superior, and what one day will be the largest most productive copper mine in the United States. The only problem is the rich ore deposit is buried 7,000 feet underground. The owners of the mine haven't even started mining yet because they have to get to it first.
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Visiting Silver City Ghost Town in Bodish, California. Also checking out the Kern River Fish Hatchery and Lake Isabella. J Paul Corlew's Silver City Ghost Town is a composite town with over twenty historic building. Many believe that Silver City is haunted by spirits from that past and the site is listed in the National Directory of Haunted Places. This is a travel vlog that explores SoCal from a kid's perspective. We visit amusement parks, museums, festivals, and other family friendly attractions. Subscribe so you won't miss an episode of our kids travel videos! Subscribe ►http://bit.ly/1lOxNUq Watch more episodes ►http://bit.ly/1lOHlPd Facebook ►http://on.fb.me/1GUJoRi Instagram ►http://bit.ly/1nF3jL6 Twitter ►http://bit.ly/1D1xLn2 Pinterest ►http://bit.ly/1nmbx9C Silver City Ghost Town | Ghost Towns of California | Ghost Towns | Things to do in Bodish | Things to do in Lake Isabella | Historical Places | Haunted Places | Ghost Sightings | Paranormal Activity | Haunted Discoveries | J Paul Corlew | California Central Valley | Kids Travel Show | Kids Travel Video | Travel Vlog | Look Who's Blogging | Look Who's Traveling | California Travel Tips | California's Gold
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Recorded June 19, 1999. Virginia City is one of the oldest established cities in Nevada. Like many cities and towns in the state, Virginia City was a mining boomtown; in fact it is one of the most famous boomtowns in the Old West as it virtually appeared overnight as a result of the Comstock Lode silver strike of 1859. During its peak, Virginia City had a population of nearly 30,000 residents. When the Comstock Lode ended in 1898, the city's population declined sharply. The population of Virginia City is 1,000 people in the town. Virginia City was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1961. This in effect created a Virginia City Historic District. Today, Virginia City is but a shadow of its former glory, however, it still draws over 2 million visitors per year. It is one of the nation's larger National Historic Landmarks and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Keeping with tradition, Virginia City does not have any chain stores or fast food restaurants. This video covers my short visit to the town in June 1999. From: http://timvp.com
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For the 2014 discovery of the Taylor lead-zinc-silver deposit in Arizona.
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April 6, 2012. I spent an afternoon in Oatman Arizona on historic route 66 (Oatman Hwy) about 28 miles from Kingman AZ. This town was founded a gold mining community in the very early 1900s. Just recently in 2008, the Gold Road Mine in the area was reopened for business, as gold prices are now quite high, making it profitable once again. It seems the town itself is thriving on tourism alone, most of whole Oatman Arizona downtown area is souvenir shops, antique shoppes, restaurants, etc. If you're through this way, off I-40 at Kingman AZ, you might want to take this trip into Oatman AZ. There's a gunfight (actors) in the street a couple times a day, like 12 noon and 2:15pm, something like that. There's a lot of wild donkeys (borros) that roam about town begging for food. There's one place I went into there in Oatman Arizona that I felt for sure is haunted (among other obvious haunted historic places nearby), a very strong presence there. I didn't include it among the video clips here.
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Visit the abandoned gold mining town of Bohemia, Oregon,and see the streams and scenery along the route to the top of Bohemia mountain (We'll explore a couple of mining tunnels and look inside some of the old buildings). Then a trip to the Old-Fashioned town of Oakland, Oregon. Also, we'll see a little of Bodie, California and a mining camp near Silver City, Idaho.
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