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" Strawberry Gulch. Their rotten sluices, rockers, and toms remain there to the present day. During 1861 mining was abandoned because men could make more money putting up hay and delivering telegraph poles for the Overland Stage Company. In the fall of... "
Atlantic City gold mining district, Fremont County - Page 77
by Loyal Wingate Trumbull - 1914 - 100 pages
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1870
...no mining until the summer of 1800, when lie and eight others commenced mining on Strawberry Creek. Their rotten sluices, rockers, and toms remain there to the present day. During 1я>1 mining was abandoned, because men could make more money putting up hay, delivering telegraph...
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Statistics of mines and mining in the states and territories west ..., Volume 2

Rossiter Worthington Raymond, United States. Dept. of the Treasury - Technology & Engineering - 1870
...no mining until the summer of 1860, when he and eight others commenced mining on Strawberry Creek. Their rotten sluices, rockers, and toms remain there to the present day. During 1801 mining was abandoned, because men could make more money putting up hay, delivering telegraph poles,...
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Statistics of mines and mining in the states and territories west ..., Volume 2

Rossiter Worthington Raymond, United States. Dept. of the Treasury - Mines and mineral resources - 1870
...Strawberry Creek. Their rotten sluices, rockers, and torns remain there to the present day. During 1 s<il mining was abandoned, because men could make more money putting up hay, delivering telegraph poles, &c., for the Overland Stage Company. In the fall of 1861, however, fifty-two...
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The History of Wyoming from the Earliest Known Discoveries, Volume 1

Charles Griffin Coutant - Wyoming - 1899 - 712 pages
...returned to this region but did no mining until 1860, when he and eight others commenced mining on Strawberry gulch. Their rotten sluices, rockers and...Overland Stage Company. In the fall of 1861, however, fifty-two men had collected at South Pass City ready to commence mining in the early spring of 1862....
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Geology and Mineral Resources of a Portion of Fremont County, Wyo, Issue 2

Claude E. Jamison - Geology - 1911 - 90 pages
...region but did no mining until 1860 when he and eight others commenced mining on Strawberry Gulch. During 1861 mining was abandoned because men could...Overland Stage Company. In the fall of 1861, however, fifty-two men had collected at South Pass City ready to commence mining in the early spring of 1862....
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Bulletin: Series B, Issue 7

Wyoming. State Geologist - Geology - 1914
...district, published as a bulletin of the University of Wyoming, in 1901. (Now out of print,) 76 ever, and was supposed to have been killed by the...Overland Stage Company. In the fall of 1861, however, fifty-two men had collected at South Pass City, ready to commence mining in the early spring of 1862....
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Bulletin, Issues 1-26

Agriculture - 1896
...leader returned to this region but did no mining until 1860 when he and eight others commenced mining on Strawberry gulch. Their rotten sluices, rockers and...poles for the Overland Stage Company. In the fall of 1 86 1, however, fifty-two men had collected at South Pass City ready to commence mining in the early...
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