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" ... Gold in the Sweetwater District was first discovered in 1842 by a Georgian who came here with the American Fur Company for the recovery of his health. After remaining a year he started for home, intending to organize a company and bring them here... "
Atlantic City Gold Mining District, Fremont County - Page 77
by Loyal Wingate Trumbull - 1914 - 100 pages
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Statistics of Mines and Mining in the States and Territories West ..., Volume 2

Rossiter Worthington Raymond - Mines and mineral resources - 1870
...here to work the mines. He never reached his home, however, and was supposed to have been killed by Indians. Thirteen years elapsed, when a party of forty...found gold everywhere in the river as well as in all its tributaries, and turned the main stream from its channel for 400 yards. A small shaft, eight feet...
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Statistics of Mines and Mining in the States and Territories West ..., Volume 2

Rossiter Worthington Raymond - Mines and mineral resources - 1870
...here to work the mines. He never reached his home, however, and was supposed to have been killed by Indians. Thirteen years elapsed, when a party of forty...found gold everywhere in the river as well as in all its tributaries, and turned the main stream from its channel for 400 yards. A small shaft, eightfeet...
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The History of Wyoming from the Earliest Known Discoveries, Volume 1

Charles Griffin Coutant - Wyoming - 1899 - 712 pages
...intending to organize a company and bring them here to work the mines. He never reached his home, however, and was supposed to have been killed by the Indians....main stream from its channel 400 yards. A small shaft eight feet deep, from which they took from 2 to 10 cents worth of gold per pan, was sunk and worked...
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The Sweetwater Mining District, Fremont Count, Wyoming

Wilbur C. Knight - Gold mines and mining - 1901 - 35 pages
...intending to organize a company and bring them here to work the mines. He never reached his home, however, and was supposed to have been killed by the Indians....main stream from its channel 400 yards. A small shaft eight feet deep, from which they took from two to ten cents' worth of gold per pan, was sunk and worked...
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Geology and Mineral Resources of a Portion of Fremont County, Wyo, Issue 2

Claude E. Jamison - Geology - 1911 - 90 pages
...intending to organize a company and bring them here to work the mines. He never reached home, however, and was supposed to have been killed by the Indians....Sweetwate-r, found gold everywhere in the river as well as in its tributaries and turned the main stream from its channel 400 yards. A small shaft eight feet deep,...
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Bulletin, Issues 1-26

Agriculture - 1896
...intending to organize a company and bring them here to work the mines. He never reached his home, however, and was supposed to have been killed by the Indians....main stream from its channel 400 yards. A small shaft eight feet deep, from which they took from two to ten cents worth of gold per pan, was sunk and worked...
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