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" ... requires special mention. It was in the shape of a huge fanning mill with seives properly arranged for assorting the gold ready for bottling. All chunks too large for the bottles would be consigned to the pork barrels. This immense machine, which... "
The Argonauts of California: Being the Reminiscences of Scenes and Incidents ... - Page 47
1890 - 501 pages
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The Quarterly, Volumes 5-6

Historical Society of Southern California, Los Angeles County Pioneers of Southern California - California, Southern - 1901
...would be consigned to the pork barrels. This immense machine, which during our passage excited the envy of all who had not the means and opportunity of securing a similar one, required the services of a hired man to turn the crank whilst the proprietor would be busily engaged in shoveling...
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Annual Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California, Volume 6

Travel - 1904
...would be consigned to the pork barrels. This immense machine, which during our passage excited the envy of all who had not the means and opportunity of securing a similar one, required the services of a hired man to turn the crank whilst the proprietor would be busily engaged in shoveling...
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Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California, Volume 6

Travel - 1904
...would be consigned to the pork barrels. This immense machine, which during our passage excited the envy of all who had not the means and opportunity of securing a similar one, required the services of a hired man to turn the crank whilst the proprietor would be busily engaged in shoveling...
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Southern California Quarterly, Volume 6

California, Southern - 1904
...would be consigned to the pork barrels. This immense machine, which during our passage excited the envy of all who had not the means and opportunity of securing a similar one, required the services of a hired man to turn the crank whilst the proprietor would be busily engaged in shoveling...
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A History of California and an Extended History of Los Angeles and Environs ...

James Miller Guinn - California - 1915 - 935 pages
...transportation from the mines.) "This immense machine which, during our passage, excited the envy and jealousy of all who had not the means and opportunity of securing...crank, whilst the proprietor would be busily engaged in shoveling in pay dirt and pumping water; the greater portion of the time, however, being required,...
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