20 ACRE RECREATIONAL UNPATENTED PLACER GOLD MINING CLAIM - SOUTHERN OREGON
Current price $1,775.00
Listing type Chinese
Location Jacksonville, Oregon 975** US
Quantity sold 0
Quantity available 1
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Featured Refinements Mining Claim
Seller State Of Residence Oregon
"SKUNK GULCH GOLD"
Willamette Meridian Township 39S, Range 1W, N1/2NE1/4SE1/4 of Sect. 32
You are bidding on a recreational 20 acre unpatented placer mining claim. This claim is located in the historic Applegate Valley of Southern Oregon. This claim has been properly filed and located with the BLM of Oregon & Jackson County. We have located gold on this claim and feel it has great potential. We DO NOT set prices on gold claim auctions. We let the public decide and dictate on its value.
Please DO YOUR RESEARCH or ask questions.
Little Applegate River is a larger tributary to the Applegate River. This claim is conveniently located about 20-30 mins. from the town of Ruch, Oregon and 45 mins. away from Jacksonville, Oregon. It has year-round water and is NOT in an ESH restricted area. It is open to panning & non-motorized sluicing all year. Dredging season is July 1st - Sept. 15th. Please see State of Oregon placer mining restrictions and regulations.
Here's what the winning bidder will receive...
1. Exclusive placer mineral rights to a proven claim.
2. Fees paid with Jackson County & the Oregon BLM to transfer title and Quit Claim Deed within 10 days.
3. Paperwork with maps, ownership, directions and explanations on how to retain ownership yearly.
4. All personal contact information to help with a smooth transition during transfer of ownership.
Applegate Valley Gold History
The first European Americans to visit the area were a group of fur trappers led by Peter Skene Ogden in 1827. The community of Buncom was founded by Chinese miners in 1851 when gold, silver, cinnabar, and chromite were discovered in nearby Jacksonville. In the spring of 1854, James Sterling and Aaron Davis discovered gold in the Sterling Creek and Little Applegate River area, and hundreds of miners soon arrived. The town of Sterlingville was founded, and by October its population had risen to over 1,500. Mining lasted through the 1850s and 1860s. The Sterlingville mine quickly became the largest mine in Oregon, and possibly the entire western United States.
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