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  1. Mining Relic's of the Mother lode There are relic's from the California Gold Rush all over the State. The pictures in the video are from Grass Valley to Beckwourth and just about every camp or village in between. When Gold was discovered in California in 1848 it started a mass expedition to the territory in search of great wealth. I hope you enjoy the pictures and the video I just love visiting the Historic mining towns and sites .
  2. Sights & Sounds of Malakoff Diggins Enjoy the Sights and Sounds of Malakoff Digging State Historic Park. Listen as the Geese fly over head as you enjoy the vastness of the Hydraulic pit. Enjoy the beautiful fall colors of the California Mother lode in this Two minute video ( TM 006 )
  3. A drive through tour of Malakoff Diggins and North Bloomfield Take a drive through tour of the Malakoff Hydraulic Diggings and the town site of North Bloomfield formerly Humbug California. ( TM 005 )
  4. Beckwourth Museum The James Beckwourth Museum is a well preserved 1850`s log cabin, believed to be the third such cabin built by James Beckwourth as a trading post and `hotel` in the Sierra Valley. The cabin is constructed of `V` notched logs of the type used in the area where Beckwourth grew up. Just some of James Occupation's, blacksmith, frontiersman, trapper, fur trader, explorer, wrangler, soldier, courier, wagon master, gambler, rancher, hotel keeper, trader, store keeper, rancher, author, scout
  5. Plumas-Eureka State Park Hope you enjoy this short video, thanks for watching. Jeff The historic mining area includes a museum in the miner's bunkhouse, the Mohawk Stamp Mill, Bushman five-stamp mill, stables, a blacksmith shop, and the Assay office. Located in Plumas County, California, USA
  6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ua7LFiTOHNk Link to a good prospecting video. it was filmed in Utah and there will be more to come. Subscribe to the channel to get updated video content
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