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The Liberty Mines Group
21-unpatented mining claims - apprx. 2,905 acres
Located On The Historic Billion Dollar Black Bear & Eddy Gulch Trends
Liberty Mining District, Siskiyou County, CA
Located in the heart of one of the richest gold producing trends in the Western United States.
Located On The Billion Dollar Black Bear & Eddy Gulch Trends








21-unpatented mining claims /2,905 acres prox.
Apprx. 30-mines never exploited at depth/ Area production over 1M oz. Au.  
Geo rpts. of adj. props. indicates 1M oz Au remaining. / .50 OPT average.
LIBERTY MINES GROUP- DESCRIPTION DETAILS
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Purchase Price: $1.5M USD / $49,000 down / $3,900 a mo.
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Introduction

The Liberty Mines Group is immersed in a historically rich gold bearing trend, as stated and released by state and federal agencies, historians, geologists, scientists, and gold mining experts regarding this region. This collection is not only saturated with historic gold production, but surrounded on all sides by a multi-billion dollar gold deposit. It is our opinion that the Liberty Mines Group represents an incredible opportunity to recover mass quantities of gold within a proven trend which boasts a phenomenal record of gold production unlike any in the U.S..

The Liberty Gold Mining Properties are located in Siskiyou County, California, USA. The group spans an area running approximately four miles in width; east to west, and approximately two and one-half miles north to south on the north slope of the Salmon Mountains at an elevation range of 3,600 feet to 4,800 feet above mean sea level. The group is comprised of 21 properties in all – Approximately 2,905 combined acres in total. Approximately thirty mines are encompassed within this group, including The Madrone, Jumbo, Hickey, Cleaver, and Wilson mines. Approximately 20 shafts have been found overall, including numerous additional prospects. All properties surround and/or follow in a northeastern trend from the historically rich Eddy Gulch and Black Bear mines; the most noted and richest placer and lode mines in Siskiyou County. Accumulative past documented gold production figures within this immediate area is approximately $7.1 M, when gold was priced at $16-$20 per ounce, equating to billions at today's price.

Scientists and geologists have conducted many detailed studies of this region and have numerous reports concerning the mineral deposits and trends.  For over 100 years, geologists have been reporting their finds concerning the gold deposit in the vicinity of Whites Gulch and Eddy Gulch. It has been stated multiple times that the deposit stretches for miles and is most likely much deeper than mining operations of past generations discovered.

The 1925 California State Mineralogist’s report states that the placer mines in the North Fork of the Salmon River from Sawyers Bar (Eddy Gulch) to Forks of Salmon, 12 miles down river, produced $25,000,000 in gold.  Most of that production occurred when gold was about $12 per ounce, so it represents about 2 million ounces.  Based on mine production, the Black Bear Mine and the lode mines across the head of Eddy Gulch are the greatest source of gold for this stretch of river.  There is no evidence that the deposits in this area will stop yielding gold values with depth.

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Included: Twenty-one (21) unpatented placer mining claims
Name:  The Liberty Mines Group
Apprx. acreage:  2,905 combined acres
Location:  Liberty Mining District - Siskiyou County, CA
CAMC Numbers:  Liberty 1 thru 16; CAMC#0291902, 0291903, 0291904, 0291905, 0291906, 0291907,
0291908, 0291909, 0291910, 0292114, 0292153, 0292154, 0292155, 0292156, 0292157,
0292158, MADRONE MINE CAMC#0290618, WILSON MINE CAMC#0292115, CLEAVER MINE CAMC#0290621, HICKEY MINE CAMC#0290620, JUMBO MINE CAMC#0291911
Township:  39N
Range:  11W
Sections:  2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 34, 35
Meridian:  MDM

Directions   view

From Interstate 5 at Yreka, take Highway 3 for approximately 29 miles traveling southwest to the town of Etna. From Etna it’s another 25 miles continuing southwest, up and over the pass (Etna Pass) onto the North Fork of the Salmon River. While traveling along the North Fork, just before entering the town of Sawyers Bar, you will come to Whites Gulch Forest Service Road # 40N61 and Eddy Gulch Forest Service Road # 39N27. These all-weather gravel roads lead overall and throughout the Liberty Gold Mining Properties.
Streams provide year round running water adequate for mining and milling needs. The winters bring snow, but not more than can be easily removed.

Roads and Access    view

Access routes within gold bearing areas which can support mining operations are typically a major concern for mining companies. There is a great amount of time and cost involved in creating access routes to operation sites. One of the very valuable assets of the Liberty Mines Group is the existence of an excellent network of roads. Another key benefit that must be considered is that these roads are expertly maintained by the National Forest Service and Siskiyou County. The existence of roads (and their maintenance program) is a key feature of the Liberty Mines Group, and one that increases not only the value of the collection, but the ability to recover the minerals with a higher margin of profit.

The 30 Gold Mines Within The Liberty Gold Mines Group   view history / past production

The gold mines of Whites Gulch and Eddy Gulch recovered an estimated 1.2 million ounces of gold.
Today, that same gold would be valued at over 1.8 Billion Dollars
The 30 gold mines listed below reside directly within the Liberty Mines Group.
Every mine listed below has been formally recorded by the USGS and has been assigned an MRDS  ID number and a MAS/MILS ID number

LIBERTY CLAIM  NAME OF MINE WITHIN   GPS COORDS                       REFERENCE
Klamath Mine
Star of the West Mine
Mt. Laurel Mine/Laurel Mine
Smith & Marion Mine
Bonanza Group Mine
Frank & Muctions Mine
Anna Johnson Mine

Humpback Mine
Ninety Mine
Smith & Meyers Mine
Slim Jim Mine
Skillen Mine
Brown & George Mine
Ball Quartz Mine
Whites Gulch Mine

Big Fish Mine
Aromas Mine
Saturn Mine
Peters Mine
White Bear Mine
Uncle Sam Mine
Fraizer Mine
many more...

Black Bear Mine
Union/Consolidated Mine
Black Bass Mine
Carl & Shaw Mine
Metropolitan Mine
Lanky Bob Mine
California Consolidated Mine
THE JUMBO MINE
RUBY BASIN MINE   
CLEAVER MINE
BROWN BEAR MINE
GOLDEN & EVELETH
KEATON MINE
HICKEY MINE    
THE WILSON MINE
THE ROBERTS MINE
HIBERNIA MINE
LIBERTY MINE
LIVE YANKEE MINE
SNOWFLAKE (BEAR DEN)
ORIENTAL QUARTZ MINE
MADRONE MINE    
NEILON & PUTNAM
SHEFFIELD MINE
STEVENS & HUGHES MINE
CLAUS PETERS MINE
KEATON MINE
CAPTAIN SMITH MINE
PETERS MINE
OSCEOLA MINE
FRANKS & MONETON MINE
LEWIS MINE
OSCEOLA MINE
DEER LODGE MINE
WHITE ELEPHANT MINE
SCOTT BAR MINES, INC.
PAYMASTER MINE
JUMBO MINE
JUMBO MINE
CLEAVER MINE
CLEAVER MINE
CLEAVER MINE
CLEAVER MINE
HICKEY MINE
WILSON MINE
WILSON MINE
WILSON MINE
WILSON MINE
WILSON MINE
WILSON MINE
WILSON MINE
WILSON MINE
WILSON MINE
L-4
L-4
L-8
L-6
L-6
L-6
L-6
L-6
L-8
L-6
L-8
L-8
L-8
L-13
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The Liberty Gold Mines Group is an extraordinary 2,905 acre collection consisting of 21 gold mining claims located in the heart of one of the richest gold producing trends in the Western United States.  This collection is not only saturated with historic gold production, but surrounded on all sides by a multi-billion dollar gold deposit.  It is our opinion that this group represents an incredible opportunity to recover mass quantities of gold within a proven gold producing trend.
Development - Mining Potential

Similar to the Eddy Gulch Mines, the Black Bear Mine, the Uncle Sam Mine, and others in this region, the ore deposit throughout this district is mesothermal. This factor eliminates the problem of limited ore depths associated with epithermal and steeply dipping ore deposits. The old timers only mined down dip on ore bodies that broke surface. No attempt was made to systematically explore the huge vein areas further into the mountain.  This large block of properties contains several past producing mines and hundreds of old prospects that were only modestly explored by the old timers. In essence, the surface deposits were all that were exploited leaving untold values at depth.

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The Mines Listed Below Are Less Than 1-Mile From The Liberty Mines Group   view history / past production