The Graham Gulch Gold Mines - Exceptional & Uncommon
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This Is Gold Country!
It would be reasonable to assume that a great deal of gold has traveled by way of Graham Gulch to the river itself, while less than 2-miles upstream on the river is where the Starveout Placer Mine is located, which was one of the largest hydraulic mines on the South Fork.  The mine brought down thousands upon thousands of cubic yards of ancient bench material, which was well known to carry good values of gold within it's gravels. We know that much of the finer gold was never captured through their longtoms, and simply went right on back into the river. This strip of the South Fork also had many other productive placer mines upon its high benches.   Untold sources (of gold) have always continually contributed gold into this waterway.
Nearly 2,000-ft  of gold laden waterway, that predominantly remains virgin, &
very rich in gold.

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