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Pounds and Pounds of Gold: I Mined Gold at Sterling Creek Mine | Glenn Wadstein
 
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Glenn Wadstein mined Sterling Creek Mine from 1986-2001 and found pounds and pounds of gold. He built his own equipment and treated the job as a sand and gravel operation. Here's the equipment he built, the way he moved overburden to reveal the ore and how he processed the ore to filter out the gold. Wadstein took this video in 1986 at the outset of the mining operation, edited it into a clear and descriptive narrative and then converted the video to digital format in 2017. Wadstein narrated the video on October 22, 2017 at the Ashland Literary Arts Festival held Hannon Library, Southern Oregon University. Thank you National Endowment for the Humanities Common Heritage program http://www.neh.gov for funding this video series and the image collection found at http://soda.sou.edu
The Great Klondike Gold Rush Part 6
 
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68 miners arrived at the docks of Seattle on board the steamship Portland in 1897, and their cargo was one ton of gold. It didn't take long for word to spread around the world and the new gold rush was on. Over 100,000 people laid plans to make their way north to the gold fields in the Klondike, and like stampeding buffalo the race had begun, only they had no idea what they were getting themselves into. This is one of the darker stories in American and Canadian history and thanks to the recent advancements in still photography, this is one of the most well documented stories. Written, Directed, and Produced by Greg Miller, Camera: Adam Carr, Beau Ryan, Chris Culp, Edited by Chris Culp, Adam Carr, Jonathan Hudson, Sound: John Sessoms, Associate Producer: Em Sinick, Executive Producer: Brandon Johnson
Views: 15410 GoldTrails
State Police Interrupt a Gold Mining Operation in Oregon!
 
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Our mining claim neighbors called the Cops! People living on the other side of the river where our mining claim is and not liking our mining, called the cops. It appears our neighbors just did not want their liberal utopia disturbed so they call the cops to harass us. The police were very cool as I knew one of them from checking our permits on another river couple months earlier and an Oregon DEQ meeting he showed up at. The rude lady yells to at from other side of river "you need a permit to do that"...we had them of course. She also told cops we were disrespecful and rude to her...which was totally false. She made up her own narrative about what was happening to justify her being annoyed. Liberal tactic # 3, change the narrative or just plain lie! This is the short version of the video, filmed on the Applegate River in Oregon while we were LEGALLY GOLD MINING! In the video, it is a continuous video, shot on my GoPro camera that I was wearing on my head. The video shows me mining and moving around with no editing to show what actually goes on while mining. Then my buddy is helping me move rocks while I'm using a sub-surface dredge...then the cops show up , and I tell him is where the action starts. UPDATE Jan 1st, 2015: In response to some of the comments saying we are uneducated, rednecks and other stuff...the guys in the video are as follows. One is a millionaire CPA, another a self employed business owner, two others are also self employed and owns a body shop and the other an internet marketer and freelance videographer, and lastly one is the son of the CPA guy and currently in college. Oregon Mining Law: Next time this happens, I will ask the State Police to cite the offending people who disrupt our mining operation based on this Oregon Mining Law: "ORS 517.133 Interfering with a mining operation. (1) As used in this section, "lawful mining operation" means any small scale mining operation that is in full compliance with state and federal laws. (2) A person commits the crime of interfering with a mining operation if the person intentionally: (a) Interferes with a lawful mining operation; or (b) Stops, or causes to be stopped, a lawful mining operation. (3) Interfering with a mining operation is a Class C misdemeanor. [1999 c.354 §6]" Here is the GoPro camera I was using: http://amzn.to/19yYus6
Views: 445782 Bearkat4160
LOTS OF GOLD (!!!!) recovered from sluice/placer black sand tailings left by miners
 
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We had a customer bring down some black sand tailings from a placer operation he had access to. He said the miners had removed all the gold the could from the black sands and these were the tailings left over after they were finished. The 30 lbs of material he ran had between 1-2 grams of gold! I was amazing to see how much more gold was recovered by our shaker table from "tailings". This was some very rich material and unlike hardrock ore this stuff is just sitting there in piles ready to be dug up and put on a shaker table, no need to mine it or blast it or crush it. If you have black sand tailings from old placer operations please send us a sample and see if we can recover any more gold from your material. Please email or call: Email: [email protected] Phone: 360-595-4445 Website: http://www.mbmmllc.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MBMMLLC
Views: 32414 mbmmllc
The Great Klondike Gold Rush Part 2
 
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68 miners arrived at the docks of Seattle on board the steamship Portland in 1897, and their cargo was one ton of gold. It didn't take long for word to spread around the world and the new gold rush was on. Over 100,000 people laid plans to make their way north to the gold fields in the Klondike, and like stampeding buffalo the race had begun, only they had no idea what they were getting themselves into. This is one of the darker stories in American and Canadian history and thanks to the recent advancements in still photography, this is one of the most well documented stories. Written, Directed, and Produced by Greg Miller, Camera: Adam Carr, Beau Ryan, Chris Culp, Edited by Chris Culp, Adam Carr, Jonathan Hudson, Sound: John Sessoms, Associate Producer: Em Sinick, Executive Producer: Brandon Johnson
Views: 26409 GoldTrails
Gold prospecting cheap and easy DIY ! PaystreakTV ep22
 
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On this episode of PaystreakTV we are on the Tuscarawas river at our new spot. Thunderstorms had it to high to prospect but we poked around a bit around the spillway thingy. Even in the rain I still had fun. Enjoy! Check out my blog. http://paystreaktv.blogspot.com/
Views: 594 stooony1380
The Great Klondike Gold Rush Part 4
 
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68 miners arrived at the docks of Seattle on board the steamship Portland in 1897, and their cargo was one ton of gold. It didn't take long for word to spread around the world and the new gold rush was on. Over 100,000 people laid plans to make their way north to the gold fields in the Klondike, and like stampeding buffalo the race had begun, only they had no idea what they were getting themselves into. This is one of the darker stories in American and Canadian history and thanks to the recent advancements in still photography, this is one of the most well documented stories. Written, Directed, and Produced by Greg Miller, Camera: Adam Carr, Beau Ryan, Chris Culp, Edited by Chris Culp, Adam Carr, Jonathan Hudson, Sound: John Sessoms, Associate Producer: Em Sinick, Executive Producer: Brandon Johnson
Views: 16592 GoldTrails
Gold Trails Episode 6 Oregon Gold Grabbin Part 1
 
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Gold Trails Season 1 Episode 6 "Oregon Gold Grabbin' Part 1" - Host Kevin Hoagland’s gold trail leads him to a claim near Medford, Oregon where he, along with his friends Mike Morris, Cory Jameson, and Alex Mendoza process some dirt through one of his favorite pieces of equipment.. The Gold Grabber, created by Alan Trees.
Views: 53351 GoldTrails
The Great Klondike Gold Rush Part 1
 
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68 miners arrived at the docks of Seattle on board the steamship Portland in 1897, and their cargo was one ton of gold. It didn't take long for word to spread around the world and the new gold rush was on. Over 100,000 people laid plans to make their way north to the gold fields in the Klondike, and like stampeding buffalo the race had begun, only they had no idea what they were getting themselves into. This is one of the darker stories in American and Canadian history and thanks to the recent advancements in still photography, this is one of the most well documented stories. Written, Directed, and Produced by Greg Miller, Camera: Adam Carr, Beau Ryan, Chris Culp, Edited by Chris Culp, Adam Carr, Jonathan Hudson, Sound: John Sessoms, Associate Producer: Em Sinick, Executive Producer: Brandon Johnson
Views: 142177 GoldTrails
The Klondike Gold Rush New Documentary
 
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Segment of a short 1950s film that was called 'City of Gold' about Dawson City during the Klondike Gold Rush in the Alaska / Yukon Canada area. The first . Thanks you! This classic short film from Pierre Berton depicts the Klondike gold rush at its peak, when would-be prospectors struggled through harsh conditions to reach the . 68 miners arrived at the docks of Seattle on board the steamship Portland in 1897, and their cargo was one ton of gold. It didn't take long for word to spread .
Views: 233 Gay Doyle
The Great Klondike Gold Rush Part 5
 
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68 miners arrived at the docks of Seattle on board the steamship Portland in 1897, and their cargo was one ton of gold. It didn't take long for word to spread around the world and the new gold rush was on. Over 100,000 people laid plans to make their way north to the gold fields in the Klondike, and like stampeding buffalo the race had begun, only they had no idea what they were getting themselves into. This is one of the darker stories in American and Canadian history and thanks to the recent advancements in still photography, this is one of the most well documented stories. Written, Directed, and Produced by Greg Miller, Camera: Adam Carr, Beau Ryan, Chris Culp, Edited by Chris Culp, Adam Carr, Jonathan Hudson, Sound: John Sessoms, Associate Producer: Em Sinick, Executive Producer: Brandon Johnson
Views: 15050 GoldTrails
The Great Klondike Gold Rush Part 3
 
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68 miners arrived at the docks of Seattle on board the steamship Portland in 1897, and their cargo was one ton of gold. It didn't take long for word to spread around the world and the new gold rush was on. Over 100,000 people laid plans to make their way north to the gold fields in the Klondike, and like stampeding buffalo the race had begun, only they had no idea what they were getting themselves into. This is one of the darker stories in American and Canadian history and thanks to the recent advancements in still photography, this is one of the most well documented stories. Written, Directed, and Produced by Greg Miller, Camera: Adam Carr, Beau Ryan, Chris Culp, Edited by Chris Culp, Adam Carr, Jonathan Hudson, Sound: John Sessoms, Associate Producer: Em Sinick, Executive Producer: Brandon Johnson
Views: 18234 GoldTrails
Unturned 3.22.0.0: NEW MAP! "Bunker Arena" Gameplay (Close Quarters Arena Map)
 
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The update on Friday added a new CQB arena map that takes place inside a bunker. In this video, I play a few action packed rounds! ➜ Server Info for the server in this video: • IP: 172.96.166.110 • Port: 27015 ➜ Full Update Post: http://steamcommunity.com/games/304930/announcements/detail/1474230926099073914 ★ Send stuff for mail time! ★ MeLikeBigBoom PO Box 55910 Portland, OR 97238 ★ Outro Song: "Shlow Motion 2 by Niklas Ahlström" • This Song on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUdg0Ih8Zmk ➜ All music provided by Epidemic Sound. • Epidemic Sound: http://www.epidemicsound.com/ • Epidemic Sound on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/WeAreEpidemicSound ====GENERAL INFO==== ★ OFFICIAL MERCHANDISE AVAILABLE NOW: http://melikebigboom.fanfiber.com/ ★ ★ JOIN MY OFFICIAL UNTURNED SERVER: • IP: 158.69.123.120 • PORT: 27042 • No Password ★ SERVER HOSTED BY: http://axelhosting.com/ ==== ★ SUBSCRIBE! ➜ http://bit.ly/1EQYSzu ★ ➜ Twitter: http://bit.ly/1M60DPj ➜ Facebook: http://bit.ly/2qxP7Z1 ➜ Twitch: http://bit.ly/14E0IJY ➜ Instagram: http://bit.ly/2nvCLhP ➜ Steam Group: http://bit.ly/1GhV5SW ➜ Like my choice of music for outros? Follow my Spotify playlist here: http://bit.ly/1M60ueP ► "BOOM HOW DO YOU RECORD VIDEOS???" https://obsproject.com/ ► PC Specs - • Intel Core i7-6950X 10-core Extreme Edition Processor, OC to 4.4 GHz • Corsair Hydro Series H110i Liquid CPU Cooler • ASUS ROG STRIX GeForce GTX 1080 • Patriot Viper Elite 32GB DDR4 3000Mhz RAM • MSI X99A Gaming Pro Carbon Motherboard • 6TB Western Digital Blue Hard Drive • Samsung 850 EVO 1TB SSD • Corsair RM1000i 1000W Power Supply • Corsair Carbide Series Clear 400C Mid tower Case ★ BUSINESS Inquiries? ➜ melikebigboombusiness(at)gmail(dot)com ►PLEASE: Respect each other in the comments, repeat offenders will be banned.◄
Views: 124206 MeLikeBigBoom
Abandoned Granduc Mine Road tunnel - near Stewart, BC
 
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This tunnel was used to access the huge Granduc copper mine in the 1970s because the area was prone to extremely heavy drifting snows (like 30-50 feet heavy). The tunnel is above 1 kilometer long. Now, water somewhere in the tunnel sounds almost like the ocean, but this is at about 5,000 feet elevation.
Views: 1106 Murray Lundberg
Sound of Silence Cover by Todd Hoffman
 
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Here is a quick video Brian shot to go over my cover song. It' was the hardest vocals so far. Feels like I'm progressing but a long way from where I would like to go. Enjoy. Video by: http://www.instagram.com/brianalldridge/ Recorded at Black Diamond Recording Studios Audio Engineering by Matt Jefferson http://www.blackdiamondstudios.net/
Views: 9917126 Todd Hoffman
Rock hounding (crystals)  at Highway 97 and Westside road.
 
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Took the kids out rock hounding today, looking for zeolites, quartz crystals, Amethyst, and found some citrine too. The new Westside road interchange off highway 97 in West Kelowna has blasted out some of Mount Boucherie's basalt revealing many fresh vugs full of all sorts of Silicates. Some quite exciting.
Views: 76089 Dan Hurd
casting gold bars www.tekaonline.com
 
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Views: 11221 Gabriele Testi
The Canadians: Klondike Kate
 
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Kathleen Eloise Rockwell (born in Kasas in 1873 – died February 21, 1957 in Oregon), known as "Klondike Kate", was a famous dancer and vaudeville star during the Klondike Gold Rush, working in Dawson City as a member of the Savoy Theatrical Company.
Views: 34446 Historica Canada
Gold Nugget Sample - 141 grams - From California
 
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Here is an excellent gold nugget sample. The gold nuggets are of various dimensions and fineness. The sample is a mix of gold panned from streams in SE California. The after melt fineness of the lot was almost 20K. You will notice that there is still some dirt trapped in the gold nuggets. That is mass that I paid for that is not metal. Thus, as per the entire mass of the acquisition, the mass fineness is close to 18K. My offer for 18K for the mass proved just right and fair. Learn more https://portlandgoldbuyers.com/gold-raw-gold/
The Sour Toe Cocktail in Dawson City - Yukon Territory, Canada
 
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Join Captain Al Sider of the infamous Sourdough Saloon in Dawson City, as he describes one of the Yukon Territory's most unique and well-known traditions -- taking a shot of whiskey, with a severed toe in the glass. Want to plan your trip to Canada? Visit http://bit.ly/cdntraditions Join us on Facebook and Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/KeepExploring http://www.twitter.com/Keep_Exploring
New Gold Mining Tool. "spin it off" now available on www.spinitoff.net
 
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New Gold Mining Tool. "spin it off" now available on www.spinitoff.net and eBay
I Can Only Imagine - Todd Hoffman
 
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I was asked to sing for an online trailer for an incredible movie, "I Can Only Imagine," coming out March 16th. Please share this video with your friends and family. It's about the relationship between father and son. www.zummedia.com https://www.facebook.com/icanonlyimaginemovie/
Views: 1214142 Todd Hoffman
Portland Wrestling 1991
 
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A classic match from Portland Wrestling recorded in 1991. A match between Rip Oliver and Crusher Norton almost ends up in a full-on brawl in the ring when other wrestlers join in. Includes classic phrases like "No TV!" and "Next Saturday Night"! Sorry about the crappy audio - its an old tape!
Views: 243 Todd Hilton
Taku Gold Corp. Corporate Video
 
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A guided tour of the Taku Gold (TAK: TSX-V) Portland property located in the White Gold district, Yukon.
Views: 699 TakuGold
Klondike Alaska: A Rail History
 
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For most people, railroads in Alaska and the Yukon are synonymous with the Alaska Railroad and the White Pass and Yukon Railroad whose passenger cars provide tourists with vistas of awe-inspiring terrain. That same terrain provided enormous challenges for early settlers of both territories. Railroads were an integral part of overcoming those challenges. Dozens of other railroads also laid track in Alaska, the Yukon, and northwest British Columbia and provided the means to transport supplies to settlements and to transport the region’s raw materials to outside markets. Klondike Alaska charts the history of many of those railroads. ©KUAC 2005 DVD's of this program are available for purchase at www.kuac.org.
Views: 554646 KUAC Fairbanks
SFT Canada Confronts Continental Minerals Executives!
 
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Tsering Lama, National Director of SFT Canada, speaks out at the Continental Minerals Annual General Meeting, and submits over 1600 petitions of people calling for Continental Minerals to stop mining in Tibet. SFTers who were kicked out "die" in the hallway outside the meeting.
GOLD IN HOME DEPOT SAND !!! What type to get. Ask Jeff Williams
 
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George " Buzzard " Massie originally found Gold in Home Depot Sand years ago and we wanted to find out for ourselves if the Legend was true.Where can you find Gold ? In Home Depot Sand, that's where. If you want your own Gold then click on the link; http://www.askjeffwilliams.com/services.html Enjoy. Jeff Show your Support for Jeff by clicking the link. https://www.patreon.com/askJeffWilliams
Views: 2054754 Ask Jeff Williams
Silver Linings: The Early Days of Idaho's Silver Valley
 
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Stretching 40 miles through the heart of northern Idaho, Silver Valley is a time capsule of the West. Deep within its valley walls, empires rose...and sometimes fell. Beyond the ribald tales, you will discover how the region's past has shaped what the Silver Valley is today...and why it still resonates with the spirit of those who sought its Silver Linings.
Views: 12360 KSPS Public TV
$19 Brunch Vs. $113 Brunch
 
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"Crush Brunch" Food lovers Steven Lim and Andrew, along with their cameraman Adam, embark on the ultimate food adventure in BuzzFeed’s hit series, Worth It, trying delicious foods at three price points: affordable, middle tier, and luxury. At the end of the episode, the gang decides which item is the most “worth it” at its given price. Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedblue1 https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedviolet GET MORE BUZZFEED: https://www.buzzfeed.com https://www.buzzfeed.com/videos https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo https://www.youtube.com/boldly https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet https://www.youtube.com/perolike https://www.youtube.com/ladylike BuzzFeedVideo BuzzFeed Motion Picture’s flagship channel. Sometimes funny, sometimes serious, always shareable. New videos posted daily! Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/33038 MUSIC SFX Provided By AudioBlocks (https://www.audioblocks.com) Licensed via Audio Network Funky Countdown_Main Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. Genesis_Main Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. Monkey Funk_30Edit Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. Savoir Fair_Main Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. Malibu Beach 1975_fullmix Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. EXTERNAL CREDITS Briana Valdez https://www.myhomestate.com/ + Roy Choi www.aframela.com/ + David Codney beverlyhills.peninsula.com/en/fine-dining/the-belvedere
Views: 16322030 BuzzFeedVideo
Alaska Travel Adventures: Liarsville Gold Rush Trail Camp and Salmon Bake in Skagway
 
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At the foot of the White Pass, nestled beside a waterfall, discover Liarsville Gold Rush Trail Camp and Salmon Bake, so named for the journalists dispatched to Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush who fabricated tall-tales from this very location. Your Liarsville experience begins with an all you can eat alfresco feast in the forest that includes WILD Alaskan-caught salmon freshly grilled over an alder wood fire, Chilkoot Chicken, Panners Pasta, Liarsville Rice Medley, Prospector Pete's Reindeer Beans, Sluice Box Slaw and other fresh salads, cornbread, coffee, lemonade, and blueberry cake for dessert. Beer and wine are available for purchase. After your meal, mosey on over to our gold rush era trail camp. Here, you'll enjoy the waterfall and the authentic exhibits of Liarsville. Browse for souvenirs in the Fancy Goods Gift Shop. In the Hippodrome a cast of sourdoughs and dance hall girls will entertain you with a hilarious melodrama and a poem by the "Bard of the North," Robert Service. You'll be taught the art of gold panning, then be set free in the Liarsville gold fields, where you are guaranteed to find that precious metal that drove men and women wild with gold fever! You are guaranteed to find gold in every pan! Once you've made your fortune, take time to wander through the camp and visit the Fancy Goods store, bordello and laundry tents to view the antiques and vintage clothing left behind by the miners and ladies of the evening. Help yourself to complimentary cookies and apple cider and have your picture taken with one of the dance hall girls or the camp's lovable mascot, an Alaskan malamute named Denali. http://bestofalaskatravel.com
Views: 4076 BestofAlaskaTravel
Smelting and Gold Refining Part 3: Smelting the anode slimes and recovering the gold
 
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This is the third and final installment of our smelting and gold refining series. In this last video we smelt the dried anode slimes and recover a button of precious metals. *** Gold recovery clarification. I wanted to mention the copper button with the ~8 grams of gold from the first video in this series was not used in part 2 and 3. I sent the first copper button to a refiner as a test piece to see if it was something they could refine and to find out what percent they would pay on the gold recovered. This is why there is not at least 8 grams of gold recovered in this final video. The material I smelted to recover the ~2 grams of gold in part 2 and 3 was from some other sulfides from a different source. Thanks to CoinSilver800 for pointing this out.**** ***I wanted to post this response here in the description too as it brings up some good points about this process and why I am using this method to recover the gold. This is in response to a comment by Greg Burnside, thanks for the comment Greg!: Thanks for the comment and question. I guess I should clarify a few things about this process and this is the perfect post to do it. My goal is to find an scale-able process for direct smelting hardrock gold ore concentrates from gravity separation (off our shaker table specifically, but could work with any concentrate) without any roasting or pre-treatment and end up with a salable product. By this process the roasting step can be eliminated which is very environmentally hazardous, is expensive to do in larger batches, and takes a lot of expensive equipment. Secondly, by direct smelting the handling is greatly reduced, ie take your shaker table cons, mix them with some flux and collector metal and smelt, pour your product. Now I should also mention here that the copper button I ended up with in the very first video is a perfectly salable product. AAA precious metals in Portland, OR paid me 80% of the gold value in that copper button (for nuggets, placer, etc. gold they pay 95% of the assayed value on batches under 100 oz for comparison). The second two videos (electroplating and slimes smelting) were mostly just an experiment to see if they would work and to try and end up with a gold product. Didn't quite work out like I planned, but I think with some more experimenting it could be done. Even if it does work its not easily scale-able, takes a long time, produces some by-product (sulfuric acid with heavy metal ions that needs to be disposed of) and only increases the value by 15%. Each operator will have to decide if the cost of further refining from a copper button is worth it, for me personally I think sell copper with 1-10% gold content for 80% value and be happy. I think in your original post you were hinting at the a wet chemical separation of the gold/values from the concentrates, correct me if I am wrong. So to answer the root of your question: gold concentrates are very tricky for wet chemistry methods. Unlike with electronics, gold plated jewelry, etc. in hardrock cons the gold values are not always available to the leach because they are encapsulated by the sulfide crystals. The free/liberated gold in the concentrates can easily be leached, but I have seen concentrates with only a 10% recovery rate by leaching due to this encapsulation problem. Some ores will be easily leached due to their high percentage of free gold, others will need to be treated in other ways. The fire assay is the universal way ores are tested for gold values. By melting everything to a liquid and collecting the precious metals in a button a very very high percentage of the precious metals can be recovered in the assay process and that is why it is still used today on all types of ores and by all companies. I am trying to essentially re-create the assay process on a large scale so no matter what type of ore concentrate you have (free gold, sulfide matrix, or a combo of both) you can recover a high percentage of the gold with minimal cost and have a easily salable, non toxic, product with minimal work and equipment. I plan to do another smelting video in the near future with a measured amount of gold and then assay the slag, matte, and copper button so we can see exactly where the precious metals ended up and what percent recovery can be accomplished by this method. Thanks again for the questions, we all learn from each other and by asking questions/clarifying and it is a great peer review process. Thanks again!*****
Views: 19811 mbmmllc
Yukon Gold Potatoes | Oven Roasted Potato Recipe
 
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We're making Oven-Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes today! These are so delicious and easy to make they've become a big staple in my diet. Be sure let me know in the comments if you give them a try! INGREDIENT AMOUNTS AND MORE INFO: https://www.joshfenn.com/blog1/2017/8/11/yukon-gold-potatoes-oven-roasted-potato-recipe SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: https://www.patreon.com/beardedfatloss SIGN UP HERE TO RECEIVE YOUR FIRST ISSUE OF BFL MONTHLY: https://www.bflmonthly.email CHECK OUT THE BLOG: https://www.beardedfatloss.com/blog CONNECT WITH ME: • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beardedfatloss • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beardedfatloss • Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/beardedfatloss • Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/beardedfatloss VIDEO GEAR I USE: Camera: http://amzn.to/2n3dqiJ Microphone: http://amzn.to/2n3oufN Digital Recorder: http://amzn.to/2mmLWBo Gorillapod: http://amzn.to/2mmFKtc Lights: http://amzn.to/2eEmAiI MAILING ADDRESS: Josh Fenn 1706 NW 24th Ave #29085 Portland, OR 97296 All music/sound effects used under a commercial license provided by Artlist.io
Views: 10151 Josh Fenn
Alaska Story Time with Aunt Phil, Rugged Chilkoot Trail, July 16, 2018
 
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This episode of Alaska Story Time with Aunt Phil shares how gold seekers struggled up the Chilkoot Trail to reach the rich fields of the Klondike in the late 1890s. The segment first aired on Anchorage CBS affiliate KTVA Channel 11 Daybreak on July 16, 2018. On July 17, 1897, the steamship Portland tied up to the Schwabacher Wharf in Seattle with 68 miners and the first load of gold from the Klondike on board. This event set off a rush to Alaska, with an estimated 100,000 stampeders heading north to find their fortunes. The majority of those gold seekers chose to climb the now-famous Chilkoot Trail in Southeast Alaska to reach Canada and the rich Klondike fields. And most had no idea of how difficult that trip would be, nor how long it would take to reach Dawson City, the epicenter for the region. Canadians demanded each gold seeker have a year’s supply of provisions, so stampeders had to drag about 2,000 pounds of supplies with them. Most outfits consisted of 1,200 pounds of food and 800 pounds of clothes and equipment. Their northern journey started at Skagway, where steamers from the West Coast landed. They then had to carry their supplies several miles to Dyea, which was the beginning of the 33-mile Chilkoot Trail that traditionally had been a Tlingit trade route. Men, women and children had to reach the 3,739-foot summit of the Chilkoot Pass Trail by climbing what became known as the “Golden Staircase,” 1,200 steps carved into the steepest part of the trail, before reaching the Canadian border. Many had to climb that staircase 30 to 40 times to get all their provisions to the top. After they passed inspection by the North West Mounted Police, stampeders trekked on to Lake Bennett or Lake Lindemann. By the time they reached the water’s edge, the gold seekers had relayed their ton of supplies about 2,500 miles with all the trips they had to make. They then had to build boats to carry them and their supplies another 500 miles along the Yukon River. And they had to hope that they built their watercraft sturdy enough to traverse through canyons, winding waters and treacherous rapids on their way to Dawson City. Many did not make it. It could take many months for the stampeders to finally reach Dawson. And those that did found the cost of living high and most of the good land claimed, so many sold the supplies they had spent months dragging to get the money to go back home. Only about 30,000 of the estimated 100,000 stampeders who started out for the Klondike made it to the gold fields. Around 4,000 actually found gold. Even less kept their fortunes. http://www.ktva.com/daybreak/ http://www.AuntPhilsTrunk.com http://www.Facebook.com/LaurelDowning Bill https://youtu.be/dsiLJpd8Y9k LaurelDowningBillAuntPhil
Views: 67 Laurel Bill
Laurel Bill on Alaska Story Time with Aunt Phil, Going for gold in Nome
 
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Known as the “poor man’s gold rush,” the discovery of gold on the beaches of Nome meant anyone could work the public property without staking or recording claims. The town's population swelled from 3,000 to 20,000 by 1900. Author/historian Laurel Downing Bill says that with more than 60 saloons, dozens of criminals, a few hundred prostitutes and dishonest officials, including an embezzling postmaster, a tax assessor who went to prison for illicit financial dealings and a federal judge who made crooked rulings, it’s not surprising that robberies, murder and mayhem flourished. America’s last big placer gold rush came in 1898 after three greenhorn Scandinavians discovered gold at Anvil Creek on Sept. 22. Swedish tailor Eric Lindblom, Norwegian Jafet Lindberg and Swedish coal miner John Brynteson ended up on the Seward Peninsula because the promising land in the Klondike already had been claimed. Their Anvil discovery yielded $3.5 million in gold by 1900, and during the next two decades, brought in another $80 million. When word spread about their rich find, thousands of people left Dawson and flooded into Nome. The new town filled with shady characters and hardened criminals who didn’t pay much attention to mining laws. By July 1899, almost every potentially valuable claim had been jumped at least twice and many had multiple claimants. Then a soldier, assigned to a small detachment sent up from St. Michael to guard the settlement, and an old prospector from Idaho found gold in the sands of Nome’s beaches. That changed everything. Known as the “poor man’s gold rush,” that discovery of gold meant anyone could work the public property without staking or recording claims. The population of Nome swelled from 3,000 to 20,000 by 1900. With more than 60 saloons, dozens of criminals, a few hundred prostitutes and dishonest officials, including an embezzling postmaster, a tax assessor who went to prison for illicit financial dealings and a federal judge who made crooked rulings, it’s not surprising that robberies, murder and mayhem flourished in Nome. Many others headed to Nome intent on making their fortunes off those gold-crazed miners. Even famous lawman Wyatt Earp ended up there 1899-1901. He built a bar, called the Dexter Saloon (he billed it as the only second class saloon in Alaska) and was very good at mining the miners with alcohol and gambling. Famous novelist Rex Beach made a tidy sum with his book “The Spoilers,” that told the tale of all the corruption in the northern town. By 1910, the poor man’s gold rush had played out. Nome’s population dropped back to around 2,000 – most of those who remained continued with placer mining. This episode of Alaska Story Time with Aunt Phil aired on CBS Anchorage affiliate KTVA Channel 11 on Sept. 22, 2016. Alaska history http://www.ktva.com/category/daybreak/ http://www.AuntPhilsTrunk.com http://www.Facebook.com/LaurelBillAuthor https://youtu.be/u1682rm5BCs LaurelDowningBillAuntPhil
Views: 135 Laurel Bill
Gold Rush Alaska Todd Hoffman is an asshole cry baby
 
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one bad apple spoils the whole bunch , Todd you're a dick head
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Reviewed: Is the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4x4 the Ultimate Overlander?
 
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Sternwheelers of the Lower Fraser
 
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Gold Trails and Ghost Towns - Sternwheelers of the Lower Fraser (#908): When gold was discovered in massive quantities in the Cariboo District in 1861, the stern wheelers leapt to the forefront along the Fraser River. The Canadian Pacific and Great Northern railways fought to control the waterways of British Columbia.
Views: 1794 Colin M
Norway 2017
 
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Music : - System of a down - Toxicity - The weezer - Island in the sun - Milky chance - Cocoon - Céline Dion - My heart will go on - Alaska gold rush - Big cities
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Ancient underwaterrare footage: potato garden uncovered in Canada
 
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Ancient underwater potato garden uncovered in Canada This harvest came 3,000 years too late.Hundreds of blackened potatoes were pulled out of the ground at a prehistoric garden in British Columbia, Canada.Dating back to 3,800 years before the present, the garden was once underwater, in an ecologically rich wetland. And it shows signs of sophisticated engineering techniques used to control the flow of water to more efficiently grow wild wapato tubers, also known as Indian potatoes. [The 25 Most Mysterious Archaeological Finds on Earth]Archaeologists led by Tanja Hoffmann of the Katzie Development Limited Partnership and Simon Fraser University in British Columbia uncovered the garden during roadwork on Katzie First Nation territory just east of Vancouver, near the Fraser River.In all, the researchers counted 3,767 whole and fragmented wapato plants (Sagittaria latifolia). these plants are found in wetlands across southern Canada and the United States. Though they were not domesticated, the chestnut-sized roots had long been important to indigenous people, and they are mentioned in some of the first ethnographic accounts of the Pacific Northwest. Explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, for example, were offered wapato roots at a native village near present-day Portland, Oregon. Clark wrote in his diary that the plant resembled a "small Irish potato," and after being roasted, had "an agreeable taste and answers very well in place of bread."The ancient tubers that were found in British Columbia had turned dark brown to black in color, and some still had their starchy insides preserved.The garden had been covered in tightly packed, uniformly sized rocks, leading the researchers to conclude that this was a man-made deposit. Wapato plants can grow far underground, but an artificial rock "pavement" would have controlled how deep the roots could penetrate. This would have allowed the harvesters to more easily find the tubers and pull them out of the muck, Hoffmann and her colleagues wrote in their study,Besides this water logged garden, the archaeological site also had a dry area where people would have lived. The researchers also found about 150 wooden tools that would have been used to dig out the plants.Radiocarbon dates from the burnt wood found at the site suggest it dates back to 3,800 years ago and was abandoned 3,200 years ago.The site could represent the first direct evidence of wetland plant cultivation in the prehistoric Pacific Northwest, according to the report on this discovery. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "World's oldest brewery' found in cave in Israel" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrsOg0VR9_U -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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2015 Infiniti QX80 Limited - HD On & Off-Road Drive Review
 
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Laurel Bill on Alaska Story Time with Aunt Phil, Ed Schieffelin searches for gold
 
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Ed Schieffelin had an interesting theory that somewhere in Alaska a golden highway crossed the Yukon – a continuation of a great mineral belt that girdled the world from Cape Horn to Asia. On this episode of Alaska Story Time with Aunt Phil, author/historian Laurel Downing Bills shares a bit about Schiefflin's search in 1883 on board a little steamer called “New Racket,” built especially for the trip. Before arriving in Alaska in the early 1880s, Ed Schiefflin searched for the mother lode of silver in the Apache country of Arizona. Day after day he rose at dawn to search the hills and desert for ore. When a soldier asked him what he was doing going out into the hills every day, he replied “To collect rocks.” The soldier told him, “you keep going out there and the only rock you will find will be your tombstone.” After searching for more than a decade, Schiefflin finally discovered the first pure vein of silver. Recalling the soldier’s somber warning, he named his claim Schiefflin’s Lucky Cuss and founded the Tombstone Mining District, which evolved into Tombstone, Arizona. When the silver dwindled, Schiefflin was determined to repeat his success with gold in Alaska. He had an interesting theory that somewhere in Alaska a golden highway crossed the Yukon – a continuation of a great mineral belt that girdled the world from Cape Horn to Asia. Schiefflin, his brother Al, and a few others started from St. Michael in the spring of 1883 aboard a little steamer called “New Racket,” built especially for the trip. The Yukon seemed to wind on endlessly, past sleeping glaciers, high clay banks, walls of granite and mountain ranges. For 1,000 miles the little vessel chugged, finally getting into the lower Ramparts. Schiefflin poked around, found some specks of gold and was encouraged to think he had found the mineral belt he thought encircled the globe. But winter was coming on. Accustomed to the heat of Arizona, he became discouraged by the Arctic bleakness and cold with temperatures dipping to minus 50 degrees. Mining in this forbidding country would never pay, he concluded, and retraced his way without going any farther. The gold of the Yukon had eluded him. Schiefflin, who died in 1897 at the age of 49, missed the major gold discoveries of the Yukon. He was laid to rest about two miles from Tombstone. His pick, shovel and the canteen he had carried on the day he’d made his big strike of silver were buried with him. http://www.ktva.com/daybreak/ http://www.AuntPhilsTrunk.com http://www.Facebook.com/LaurelDowning Bill https://youtu.be/8FNJzdqaB5A LaurelDowningBillAuntPhil
Views: 75 Laurel Bill
Drive to $5 park outside Molalla, Oregon; seems too pricey.
 
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I was told that drug abusers hang out here. But I don't see how that's possible. via YouTube Capture
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Dredge moved up Stevenson Creek
 
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The Dredge has been moved up stream on Stevenson Creek. The dredge went from the work or repair area up the creek during high tide Oct 31st under the Pinellas trail bridge. The work boat pulled the dredge between the bridge pilings to a point were the water was to low to go any further. Then the works crews tried to push it up a little further. The stern or rear of the dredge has tines that appeared to be new so I am assuming it was in for a long repair. They must churn up the bottom as they vacuum the loose sand and shell bottom to the cleaning station. I videoed from our back yard and walked to the Pinellas trail and restarted the video from the bridge. The birds just keep watching like us.
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Salmon Canning: "Alaska's Silver Millions" (1936) American Can Company
 
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'The geography of Alaska, the life cycle of the salmon, and the salmon industry. There is a view of the treaty between Russia and the United States that resulted in the purchase of Alaska. The commentator says that thousands of United States citizens protested this purchase, calling it "Seward's folly." Father Bernard Hubbard, the "glacier priest," is shown and states that on his first trip through Alaska he thought it a worthless land, but that he now appreciates its true value. An animated map contrasts the size of the United States with Alaska. Father Hubbard says that Alaska is divided into three areas: (1) the Yukon Valley, (2) southeastern Alaska, and (3) the Alaska Peninsula and the Aleutian Islands. A map indicates that the Yukon is on about the same line of latitude as Greenland. Views of snow and ice, dog teams, Eskimos, reindeer, and ice floes are accompanied by Father Hubbard's remarks that these represent the popular conception of the whole of Alaska. Southeastern Alaska is shown to be in the same latitude as the British Isles. There follow scenes of Alaska's "inside passage," gold mines, government roads, dairy farms, waterfalls, and mountains that surround Juneau. Glaciers are shown at the sea's edge, and Father Hubbard explains that tremendous pressure causes them to break off and fall into the sea and float away as icebergs. An unusual method of iceberg formation is shown as a huge mass of ice rises from the depths of the ocean. The third area, the Alaska Peninsula and Aleutian Islands, is depicted as volcanic and mountainous. Steamy air moves across the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, which is devoid of plant and animal life. A view of a snowcovered mountain is followed by views of a smoking volcano. Father Hubbard observes that this is an unstable area and that the day is far off when it will be permanently formed. The film's second section, the life cycle of the salmon, begins with an animated map tracing the route of the young salmon from Alaskan streams into the Gulf of Alaska where they vanish in the Pacific. A map indicates the route followed by the adult salmon in their return to their native streams. Salmon struggle upstream, their backs flashing in shallow water. Father Hubbard observes that in fresh water their color changes and that they are then unfit for human consumption. Mouths of the salmon develop curved jaws to facilitate digging in the gravel and mud where eggs are laid. Salmon are shown spawning and fanning mud over the eggs. The commentator explains that after spawning the adult salmon die. Hundreds of salmon are shown dead on the banks. The third section begins with the preparation for a salmon run. Men stretch nets on salmon traps built on pilings. When salmon begin to run they are caught in the nets. The fish are emptied from the nets, transferred to the holds of a tender, and taken to the cannery. The last section shows the processing of the fish after they arrive at the cannery. They are taken from the tender's holds to a fishhouse by means of a conveyer. At the fishhouse they are cleaned and sorted. They are then floated in water troughs to the cannery. A short sequence indicates the methods used to assemble cans from partially manufactured stock. Sharp knives cut the fish into sections, which disappear into a filling machine to emerge later packed in open cans. From the filler the cans travel on belts to a clincher where they are hermetically sealed. They are placed on trays, wheeled to a retort, and cooked under high pressure. Later the cans are cooled, labeled, boxed, and loaded in ships' holds to be carried to world markets...' http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alaska_salmon_fishery Alaska did not always have healthy stocks of salmon. The salmon catch grew rapidly with the expansion of the cannery capacity through 1920. This led to over fishing, which resulted in such low salmon stocks that President Eisenhower declared Alaska a federal disaster area in 1953. In fact, in 1959, statewide harvests totaled only about 25 million salmon, which is less than 20% of current sustained production... the inexorable entry of more technological fishing gear coincided with further decline to record low levels in 1972. This decline helped promote the enclosure of the salmon fishery in 1973 under a limited entry permit system. Since then the catch has rebounded to near-record levels due to Alaska’s salmon management...
Views: 28 Old Movies Reborn
SEATTLE WEDDING CEREMONY | Shawna & Everett West, The Foundry Seattle Wedding Trailer
 
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"Seattle Wedding Ceremony - Shawna & Everett West - The Foundry Seattle Wedding Trailer" ➡ Subscribe for more tutorials! http://bit.ly/1Tq3lVt Congratulations to Shawna and Everett West on your wedding day and wishing you all the best on your life together! Venues: The Foundry by Herban Feast The Foundry by Herban Feast complements its sister venue, the award-winning Sodo Park. Named in homage to its origin as a copper and steel manufacturing and fabrication plant, The Foundry is a distinguished space where historic meets contemporary. The venue features a unique, customizable layout with distinct spaces that can be used separately for intimate get-togethers of 25, progressive-style events, off-site meetings with break-out sessions, or together for seated gatherings and celebrations for 200 and up to 500 cocktail style. Situated just south of Sodo Park, The Foundry is equipped with state-of-the-art meeting rooms, air conditioning, a house sound system, service equipment, including tables, chairs, china and glassware, lounge furniture, a gas fireplace, a floating waterfall and a complete kitchen. With full service event coordination and exclusive catering and bar service by Herban Feast, The Foundry is your perfect place to host business events and company off-sites, Seattle weddings and wedding receptions, galas and private parties. Link: http://www.herbanfeast.com/venues/the-foundry/ Kimpton Alexis Hotel Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the circa-1901 building that houses the Kimpton Alexis Hotel looks like it was pulled straight from the pages of a storybook. And, oh, does it have stories to tell. Located across the street from where the Great Fire ended, it once served as the Alaska Gold Standard Mining offices and the treasurer’s office for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition during the Klondike Gold Rush. Today, it’s outfitted in modern amenities like Amazon Echo Dots, but has never lost touch with the past — it’s the kind of place you want to curl up with a good book and a glass of wine while the rain lightly taps against the windows outside. Link: http://www.alexishotel.com/boutique-seattle-hotels-downtown/ Directed | Edited | Produced by: Mike Zuniga Films Mike Zuniga Films on Social Media: Instagram http://www.instagram.com/mikezunigafilms Facebook http://www.facebook.com/mikezunigafilms Website: http://www.mikezunigafilms.com
Views: 489 MikeZunigaFilms
Home for Sale,7325 West Evans Creek Rd,Rogue River OR
 
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Home for Sale in Rogue River Oregon. SFR, Offered by Marian Szewc of River City Realty, Principal broker licensed in Oregon. Finance information Nadine Petel imortgage nmls 456946 company ML-4972
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Ketchikan Blueberry Festival Pet and Doll Parade
 
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KPU Coverage of the 2014 Pet and Doll Parade! Watch the entire event coverage on KPU Channel 684.
Views: 129 LiveinKetchikan611