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second gold rush to Red Lake, 1946

D. F. Parrott

second gold rush to Red Lake, 1946

by D. F. Parrott

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Published by Parrott in Thunder Bay, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Red Lake Region (Ont.) -- History.,
  • Gold mines and mining -- Ontario -- Red Lake Region -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby D.F. Parrott.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsFC3099"R43"P372"1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination148 p. :
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19816147M
    ISBN 100919673511

    Description. Canada’s last great gold rush was to Red Lake Ontario in More than 5, men and women went by train, foot, sled-dog, horse-back and ‘snow-machine’ hundreds of miles north-east of Kenora, through snow and marsh, over water and rock.   “Gold Hill” is what this area was originally called before being acquired as part of the acre (10 miles of lakefront) Lake Anna State Park, which opened in This was the site of the Goodwin Gold mine, where gold was first discovered in with mining reaching its peak in the s.

    Dietz, Arthur Arnold: Mad Rush For Gold In Frozen North. Los Angeles: Times-Mirror Priting and Binding House, First Edition, First Printing. Very good in the publisher's original, decorated light blue cloth covered boards with the remnants of bold gilt text stamping on the spine and red, white and gilt text and decorations on the front board. Todd and Parker go head to head in a $k bet over who will get the most gold this season. Tony sets sail up the Yukon River to revive his second monster dredge and Parker makes a deal on new ground that leads to a dramatic showdown with Tony.

    But the “Mt. Baker Gold Rush” left a lasting legacy of mining in the region. The Lone Jack Mine (named after Post) operated until , and a second mine, the Boundary Red Mountain Mine, yielded more than $1 million in gold between and   A riveting true account of gold rush fever in mid-nineteenth-century America, rich with the thrilling exploits of daring fortune seekers and dangerous outlaws America was never the same after Janu It was on that day that a carpenter named James Marshall discovered a Brand: Open Road Media.


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The second gold rush only lasted a single year, but greatly impacted the mining industry in Red Lake. Over the course ofover 5, men and women came to Red Lake in search of gold. Prospectors made an estima claims, and new companies were created.

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The Red Lake Gold RushManufacturer: D.F,Parrott. A history of the Red Lake gold rush - a story of adventure, hope, disappointment, and some remarkable luck and persistence. Red cloth with gilt titling on spine and front, maps on end papers, illustrated with eight pages of black and white photographs, pages.

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A video of an Interactive Exhibit at the Red Lake Regional Heritage Centre in Red Lake, Ontario, Canada. This is the first segment of the exhibit describing the Great Red Lake Gold Rush.

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More than any event in the twentieth century, World War II marked the coming of age of America's West Coast cities. Almost overnight, new war industries prompted the mass urban migration and development that would trigger lasting social, cultural, and political changes.

For the San Francisco Bay Area, argues Marilynn Johnson, the changes brought by World War II were as dramatic as those.

Fronteer’s land selection was based on its in-house targeting criteria developed for Red Lake-style gold mineralization. Fronteer currently controls five properties 60 miles northeast of Red Lake.

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Get this from a library. North for gold: the Red Lake gold rush of [Ruth Weber Russell] -- "This book yields a wealth of fascinating details about the people who came in search of gold, and the economic contribution the Red Lake mines have made to the Canadian economy. It also illustrates. Inthe greatest gold rush in history began as thousands of wouldbe- miners, gamblers, murderers and prostitutes made their way to California to seek their fortunes.

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