Finding Gold in Washington State: 2005-6 Edition

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Author House, Jun 23, 2005 - Antiques & Collectibles - 108 pages
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Finding Gold in Washington State: 2005-6 Edition is a book functioning as an informational guide for small scale miners in Washington State.


This edition is even more packed with answers to reader questions of WHO / WHAT / WHERE / WHEN / WHY & HOW to find, recover, refine and profit from gold while prospecting.  The book includes even more gold prospecting suppliers and clubs one can join as well as state rules and contact addresses and phone numbers for state resource guides and rules.  The author also includes hot areas he has successfully prospected, as well as ones offered in e-mails from readers and other miners.  Also included is an interesting chapter on the politics of gold mining versus those who are actively trying to save salmon in the Pacific Northwest, and photos of some interesting hard rock mines and mining samples.  


Produced and published in the U.S.A. in order to protect American jobs!  All rights reserved. 


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About the author (2005)

Sean T. Taeschner, M.Ed. is a native of the Pacific Northwest and has lived in Washington State since 1964.  During the school week he teaches middle school English.  His weekends include teaching others how to prospect for gold on the Green River near his home in historic Black Diamond, a town of turn-of-the-century coal mining fame.  A graduate of Western Washington University in German language, and Eastern Washington University in Elementary Education, Sean has authored several books.  Sean’s works can be purchased at and http://www.GhostTownsUSA.Com.

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