Gold Mine "HISTORIC BANNACK MONTANA" GRUB STAKE #21 MMC# 237943 GOLD Mine Claim

Category Real Estate Land

Current price $810.00

Listing type Chinese

Location Dillon, Montana 597** US

Quantity sold 1

Quantity available 1

Bids 41

Seller northwestmining (819)

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Type Of Claim Placer

Featured Refinements Gold Mining Claim

Property Address Bannack, MT

State/Province Washington

Seller State Of Residence Washington

Zip/Postal Code 59725

Zoning Mixed

City Cheney

Acreage 20

Gold Mine Mining Claim

Type Unpatented Mining Claims

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THIS IS THE ORIGINAL NORTHWEST GOLD AND SILVER MINE"S LLC
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HISTORIC BANNACK MONTANA BANNACKS GRUB STAKE #21 MMC #237943
HISTORIC BANNACKS GRUB STAKE #21 MMC#237943 PLACER CLAIM BANNACK MINING DISTRICT BEAVERHEAD COUNTY,
Get out of town on your own mining claim and do some mining or just to get away
"This is the LAST Grub Stake Claim"
Northwest Gold And Silver Mines is proud to present the Historic Bannacks Grub Stake #21 Mine just South of Historic Bannack Montana.
This is a 20 acre unpatented Placer mining claim for sale exclusively through Northwest Gold And Silver Mines LLC.
The claim is located on the South side of Bannack Montana just above Grasshopper Creek.
All fee's Paid up to Sept 1st 2021
Remote Montana gold mine. During surveying gold was easily found in the material by panning.
The claim boasts excellent access and does get visitors driving through on the road.
The claim was originally surveyed by Northwest Gold And Silver Mines and sampled for rich, free gold deposits in the gravels.
* This can be found under Western Mining History and USGS, MBMG and many more.
* There is year round water in Grasshopper Creek.
* THERE IS LIKELY TO BE SOME NATIVE SILVER AND POSSIBLY SOME RELICS TO BE FOUND ON THE CLAIM BUT THE PRIMARY COMMODITY WILL BE GOLD.
* LOTS OF INFORMATION ON THIS AREA SO FEEL FREE TO GIVE ME A CALL OR TEXT AT 509-599-2292 ROB
* * * * GRUB STAKE #21
* * * * * Remnants and items seen in the area indicate there has been work done after 1900. It is estimated by the surveyors that the claim has been worked in the early 1900's.
No effort to mine for many decades is evident and since the gold has washed down over the decades from the hills and gulches, it has replenished the gold found on this claim.
There is direct road access to this claim and room for staging, parking and other operations.
Grasshopper creek is one of the creeks in the district that was mined by hand in the late 1800's. There is still good gold on bedrock on this claim.
Huge amount of info not listed so if your interested in a gold placer mine feel free to give me a call or text at 509 599 2292 MININGTHENORTHWEST .com
The Bureau of Mines has estimated that demonstrated U.S. reserves of gold are 85 million ounces.
Approximately one-half of the total resources are estimated to be by-product gold, while 40% of the remaining one-half (56 million ounces) could be mined for gold alone ...
Most U.S. gold resources are in the nation's western states. About 80% of the U.S. gold resources are estimated to be in Alaska, California, Idaho,
Montana and Washington. (Earthsearch, Inc. 1983)
HISTORY OF THE MINES
> _The Bannack's Grub Stake #21 GOLD Mine is located in the Northeast quarter of section s13 T8S R12W_
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> _The (Bannack) district was of some significance from 1920 into the mid-1930s._
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> _While it is sometimes said old mines have been 'worked out' as the saying means there is no gold left, the truth is "it is better to say they are worked over;_
> _ it is also true that the primitive methods used and the wasteful haste to get rich indulged in, left much of the gold in the ground, so that improved methods ... _
> _will give even better results than those first obtained." (MBMG Open Report 466)_
* * There is likely to be some native silver and possibly some relics to be found on the claim but the primary commodity will be gold.
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> USGS INFORMATION
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> ECONOMIC INFORMATION ABOUT THE DEPOSIT AND OPERATIONS
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> NEARBY SCIENTIFIC DATA
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> * Alluvium, Ravalli group
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> MINING DISTRICT INFO
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> VIRGINIA CITY DISTRICT INFORMATION
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> The first discovery of placer gold in Alder Gulch occurred on May 22, 1863, when a small group of prospectors, including William Fairweather, Henry Edgar and Barney Hughes, panned the creek while on their way back to Bannack. The party had discovered what would become the richest placer strike in the history of the Montana Territory. The prospectors, however, had lost most of their supplies in an encounter with the Crow Indians and had to return to Bannack following the initial strike. They tried to keep the discovery a secret, but word inevitably got out and a horde of some 200 men followed them back to Alder Gulch. As word of the rich diggings along Alder Gulch became known, there was a general exodus from Bannack where the placer workings were starting to play out. Miners swarmed up and down Alder Gulch and within a year the population would swell to an estimated 10,000 people, and the Virginia City mining district and its sub-districts were established. Settlements were established along the gulch with Alder at the mouth, Summit at the head, Virginia City in the middle and Adobetown, Central City, Junction and Nevada City scattered in between resulting in a rambling, ramshackle continuous settlement extending up and down the gulch for 14 miles (Figure 1). For this reason the early settlement was also known as Fourteen-mile City. In 1865 the territorial seat of government moved from Bannack to Virginia City which remained the territorial capital until 1875 when the capital was moved to Helena (Malone and Roeder 1976; Wolle 1963).
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> Ore deposits in Browns Gulch consist of argentite, auriferous pyrite, native silver, tetrahedrite, native gold, sphalerite, and stibnite. The area around the initial strike was organized as the Fairweather placer district on June 6, 1863, the same day Fairweather's group, and the mob of following miners, arrived back in the gulch. Other meetings followed which adopted mining laws, set up a miner's court, elected officials and created other mining districts. By the end of 1864 all of Alder Gulch was staked with placer mining claims and divided into placer mining districts. These districts were based primarily on the potential of the placer gravels although they also included lode claims. The Fairweather district was located in the center of the gulch. Above the Fairweather was the Pine Grove district and above it, at the head of the gulch, was the Summit district. Extending down the gulch from the discovery site were the Nevada and Junction districts. Located south of Nevada City, was the Browns Gulch district in the gulch of the same name. The Granite district was established along Granite Creek, about two miles northwest of Nevada City. The Highland, Barton Gulch, and Williams Gulch districts were added later to what became the overall Virginia City mining district (Tansley et al. 1933; Malone and Roeder 1976; Wolle 1963).
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> Henry Plummer's stolen Gold has never been recovered. It is still hidden where he left it more than a hundred years ago. When Henry was arrested he told the vigilantes that he would pay them his weight in gold and that he could see where it was stashed from the window in the jail. The vigilantes wouldn't release Henry to bring back the gold and they hung him from the gallows without ever identifying where the hidden gold was located.
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> Estimates of the amount of gold taken from the gulch during the first five years are put at $30,000,000 to $40,000,000. Although the boom was over, lesser amounts of placer gold would continue to be taken from the gulch for the next two decades. Chinese miners leased many of the original claims and methodically worked over the mined areas, recovering considerable amounts of gold missed by the early placer miners. White placer miners also continued to work the gulch until as late as 1887. An additional $10,000,000 worth of gold was taken from the gulch during this period.
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> Placer mining can only work relatively shallow deposits and many mining experts realized there was undoubtedly a large amount of gold still to be found along the gulch. The only feasible way to get the remaining gold would be with floating dredges. In 1896, the second period of placer mining began when the Conrey Placer Mining Company was organized to dredge the gulch. The company bought up placer ground along the gulch as well as a number of ranches below the mouth of the gulch. The first dredge went into operation in 1899. Ultimately, six dredges were constructed which, during the next 24 years, processed over 37 million cubic yards of ground along a seven-mile long stretch of bottom land from Virginia City to Alder.
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> The Conrey company's most productive year was in 1915 when it had four electric dredges working at once. They processed some six million cubic yards of gravel, recovering more than $800,000 in gold. By the first part of 1922 the company decided that all the dredgeable ground was exhausted and it closed down the operation. The company's two decades of dredging the seven miles of Alder Gulch were profitable ones with a total of $9,000,000 worth of gold being recovered. Shortly after the dredges were shut down, most were disassembled and the equipment sold for scrap while the heavy wooden barges were left to slowly rot away in their dredge ponds (Lyden 1948; Wolle 1963).
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> For the next 12 years only small-scale sluicing operations occurred in Alder Gulch. In July of 1935 the Humphrey's Gold corporation set up a 5,000-yard, dry-land dredging operation that operated until June 1937, producing a total of 19,592 ounces of gold. In 1940 and 1941 another company operated a dry-land dredge that recovered about 1180 ounces of gold.
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> Estimates of the total amount of gold produced in the Virginia City region range from a low of $30,000,000 to a high of $150,000,000. Tansley, Schafer and Hart (1933) put the total at over $54,000,000 in 1933, although this figure was based on conservative estimates of early production from data published by the United States Geological Survey. Even conservative figures show Alder Gulch and the surrounding area to be one of the richest gold-producing areas in the West.
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> The original gold rush into Alder Gulch in 1863 found what turned out to be the richest placer diggings in Montana. An estimated $30,000,000 in gold was taken from the gulch between 1863 and 1866. During the following 23 years an additional $10,000,000 was taken from the gulch by sluice boxes, pans and rockers. While the initial placer boom is perhaps the most significant historical period, no sites have been recorded that are representative of these early placers. Because of the extensive dredging by the Conrey Placer Mining Company and by later placer and dry land dredging operations, most evidence of the early hand placering of the bonanza period has been destroyed.
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> FAQ
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> Mining claims are a tangible asset and show your rights to all interests in minerals in the claim boundary. They can be bought, sold or used as collateral, just like any other piece of real estate. A mining claim can be sold, traded, leased, gifted, willed, used as collateral or transferred in part or in its entirety just like any other real property using a quit claim deed which is a recordable conveyance.
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> This auction is for 100% - all interest in this 20 acre placer mining claim. This claim covers the entire site, 1,320 ft. by 660 ft., and includes full rights to all minerals and gems you may find on the property. The winner of this auction will receive a notarized quit claim deed to the full claim and all associated documentation showing full ownership of the claim.
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> Maintenance on all BLM mining claims is $155.00, per 20 acre parcel, annually. This must be paid on or before September 1st, every year unless you do more than $100 per year in improvements to the property, in which case you can file for and receive a waiver of the maintenance fee.
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> Interest in a legally valid and properly recorded mining claim or site may be transferred in part or its entirety. So you can will, gift, sell or lease your interest in this claim at any time in the future. A quit claim deed or recordable conveyance document is required and if you do sell the claim, the transfer documents should be filed within 60 days after the transfer.
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> With regard to transferring this claim initially into your name, we take care of all the paperwork. You do not have to worry about anything – we handle the County and BLM transfer documentation and the recording.
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> CAN YOU CAMP / BUILD ON YOUR MINING CLAIM?
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> Without an approved plan of operations, you have the same rights and restrictions as the public. If the area is open to camping to the public, then it is permissible for you to camp. However, you need to check with the BLM Field Office or the local District Ranger for areas open to camping. Under Federal law in order to occupy the public lands under the 1872 mining laws amended, for more than 14 calendar days in any 90 day period, a claimant must be involved in certain activities that (a) are reasonably incident; (b) constitute substantially regular work; (c) are reasonably calculated to lead to the extraction and beneficiation of minerals; (d) involve observable on-the-ground activity that can be verified; and (e) use appropriate equipment that is presently operable, subject to the need for reasonable assembly, maintenance, repair or fabrication of replacement parts. All five of these requirements must be met for occupancy to be permissible.
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> LEGAL INFO
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> A mining claim gives the holder the right to mine on mineral-rich land that belongs to the federal government.
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> We'll take care of all the paperwork and arrangements so you can enjoy your claim immediately after payment and keep you informed through the entire process with confirmations when payment is received and when your paperwork has been shipped.
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> SHIPPING
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> We will ship all paperwork/maps upon payment clearing.
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> PAYMENT
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> Your payment of this eBay item gives you 100% ownership of this entire claim IN ADDITION TO THE FINAL AUCTION PRICE THERE IS A $295 FEE FOR FILING AND ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS.
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> At the end of the auction we will send a request for payment to your email address on your profile with eBay and you can pay using the link provided in the email. Payment is required within 24 hours of the end of the auction. We accept: All major Credit Cards (American Express, Visa, Master Card & Discover). Payments must be made before the claim will transfer and documents are shipped.
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> Visit Me website for more info at miningthenorthwest .com
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