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The Mineral Hill is a large and important mining claim in the Ellsworth District in La Paz County, Arizona. The mine site is spread along the Northwest Granite Wash Mountains. Gold prospects in these mountains were first discovered in the 1860s, but there was little work going on until after the completion of the railroad in the early 1900s. There are multiple open adits and shafts on the property, including one collared shaft with at least 100 feet of ladder. There was also a full mill and processing plant built on site.
panning out a bucket I got from a dig a few weeks back, camera died but at the end there are pics of my gold.
I went out on my very first nugget shooting trip on the Gold Eye 2 Claim owned by Steve Hunt. If you're looking to hunt for gold and find some gold in Quartzsite, AZ you may want to give Steve a call. This gold nugget was found with a Minelab Machine. Steve is showing us how to wash it and clean it up in this video. This hunt was put on by Jim & Dianne of American Prospector Treasure Seekers www.APTSGold.com. Had about 100 people show up and dry wash, metal detect, and find gold any way they could. The Gold Eye 2 claim has a lot of great history. In another video soon to be uploaded you can get the full story told by Steve Hunt the current mine owner. If you are interested in having a group outing there with your club, tell Steve you saw this video on youtube and you would like to ...
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American Prospectors and Treasure Seekers had a 3 day outing by Quartzsite Arizona on the Gold Eye Claim owned by Steve and Celeste. There were probably about 65 people there. I think everyone found some gold. A lot of interesting history in the area.
I decided to video the Drive from the claim as we left, it took about 55 minutes to drive 13 miles, it was dangerous but absolutely beautiful! Had a really good time getting away from the cold in Indiana to the warm weather in Arizona!
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Some of the hosts of the Gold Prospectors Space Radio Show visit Arizona and head to a couple of AMRA claims. They find good gold and work their tails off. Beautiful scenery, great camaraderie, and of course gold, always makes for wonderful trip.
The Four Peaks mine is a 40 acre lode claim, located in an area historically known for its gold production. It was worked as late as 1979 for gold and silver, and quartz, copper, and galena can also be found around the mine. The roads to the Four Peaks are in excellent condition and this claim is accessible year round. Being that it is a desert mine, the summer months can be extremely hot and the area is remote and void of resources. The new claim owner should expect to pack everything they need.
The Arrastra Mine is a small set of workings on some likely very good gold deposits. This was a small scale mining operation, thought to have started in the late 1800s. It was likely worked intermittently until it was shut down in 1941 by the War Act. Sometime in the early 1960s, a miner by the name of George took the claim over and started working it. George stayed until he passed away in 1987 or 1989. The claim has a series of old buildings on it. The basic brick structure has been added on with awnings, an old camper, and various walls and doors. There is also an old workshop that is filled with old magazines and reading material. Many old implements that may have been used for mining. In addition, there is an early 1980s small pickup truck.
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The Radio mining claim is located in the highly coveted Cherry Mining District, which is known for producing native gold from small, hand worked mines over the last 250 years. The Radio Claim is made up of a shaft and adit and some small trench workings. Supporting the workings are the foundations of a small processing plant, which included some sort of hoist. There are also hand built walls and roads, and the remains of an old miners cabin which appears to have had a small smelter inside.
The Green Streak, or Green Quartz Lode Mine is a large deposit located in central Arizona. The mine itself is large enough to warrant an entire subdistrict, known as the Green Streak sub-district of the Midway District. The site consists of one major shaft which is estimated to only be 80-90′ in depth, this shaft then branches out into a series of drifts below the surface. Currently, the main shaft is blocked by the old headframe which has been cut and pushed into the shaft. This will need to be removed to access the mineral deposits on the claim.
The Carmelita Mines and Mill consist of two (2) large camps in the remote low hills of Arizona. The Carmelita claims encompass a large number of older mines including the Alaskan and others. The mine named Carmelita after the wife of mine owner, John G. Campbell. Later they divorced and Carmelita received the mine in the settlement. She ran the mine her entire life.
The IXL is a large and important deposit in Arizona's WAllapai Mining District. The mine has a good history as a gold and silver producer, gold likely being more prevalent, as much of the silver has been discarded in the waste dumps. There is at least 1500' of underground workings. The portals and drifts will need some clearing. The mine appears to be a large shaft intercepting at least one major drift level 20- 25 feet below the entrance. There is a large set of foundations likely used for winches, compressors, and boilers at the mine. Many mines in this area are huge gold producers and can be worth quite a bit. This claim could be equally as important for a fraction of the price.