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Gold: The Way to Roadside Riches by Tom Bishop

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By Tom Bishop

A whole advisor to discovering gold, from panning to digital prospecting. contains maps of gold-bearing parts during the U.S. and outlines of kit.

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Page 18 ELEVATIONS (apron removed) SECTIONAPRON Prospector's rocker. Page 19 Sluice-box construction: A, Twenty-inch box; B, five-foot sluice box. Page 20 Long torn. Denver Public Library Western Collection Sluicing for gold along a stream. Page 21 CHAPTER 4 MACHINES DESIGNED FOR YOU ... What happens if you should make that strike of a lifetime? What happens after you have found some color, staked a claim, and had the claim assayed, and you find that you are in a deposit of gold that will really pay off?

Mines Walt and Cathy Henderson, Idaho Springs, Colorado Mr. William Pyle, who as a geologist is unsurpassed, but who as a wilderness guide should be looked upon with suspicion. Page 5 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO GOLD ... This handbook could be a gold mine for you! There's enough information and helpful hints on how to work a small gold placer in here to turn your hours of leisure into profit-making ones. In this book no attempt has been made to write "the last word" in gold mining. This book deals only with small operations that can be handled by either one or two men.

Its rugged construction affords full pumping efficiency under the roughest of conditions. An adjustable end plate on the pump permits compensation for wear, and replacement of parts is easily accomplished. , the dredge will handle between five and six yards of straight sand per hour. The suction pump is capable of raising gold or other heavy minerals from depths of 16 to 18 feet. This depth ability, capacity, and elimination of manual labor enables the unit to pay for itself in a short time. Denver Trommel Jig Placer Unit The material to be treated with this technique is shoveled or dumped into the large feed hopper and then is fed regularly into the washing and disin- Page 24 tegration section of the rotating trommel.

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