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the bodie mining district a brief history

The Bodie Mining District: A Brief History

Bodie consisted of scattered placer diggings, prospect holes, and cabins when J. Ross Browne sketched the district in 1864. Not until the Bunker Hill Mine caved and exposed valuable ore would industrial-scale mining, begun in 1876, spawn bullion shipments and stock dividends that turned Bodie into a gold mining sensation.

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The Bodie Mining District: A Brief History

The mining district and the town it once supported were nearly abandoned by the time fire ravaged Main Street in 1932. Roseklip, Bodie's last large-scale recovery operation, brought in the latest machinery, not to mine underground, but to treat piles of rock discarded at the entrances to old tunnels and shafts.

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Bodie Historic District (U.S. National Park Service)

Jun 07, 2019· Bodie's slow decline began in 1879 and, as was typical in 19th century mining communities, continued with a series of booms and busts for the next several decades. As the supply of mineable material became scarce, people began to leave the area. By 1886, Bodie's population had fallen to approximately 1,500 residents.

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The Geology and History of the Bodie Mining District Jacob

History of the Bodie Mining District The Bodie Mining District is an area in northern Mono County, California, north of Mono Lake, extending approximately 3 miles north-south and 1 mile east-west (Chesterman et al., 1986). Gold was first discovered there in

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Bodie California Western Mining History

The Bodie Mining District was established in June 1861 and a stamp mill was built. Although rich placers were noted, a lack of water was a problem, especially during the freezing winter months. At this time, Bodie was still a small mining camp, with about 20 resident miners.

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Bodie: The Mines Are Looking Well...: The History of the

Mar 03, 2003· The History of the Bodie Mining District, Mono County, California by Michael H. Piatt (2003-03-03) Paperback January 1, 1800 5.0 out of 5 stars 9 ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions

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Bodie: The Mines Are Looking Well The History of the

Mar 01, 2003· Bodie: The Mines Are Looking Well The History of the Bodie Mining District, Mono County, California by Michael H. Piatt (2003-03-01) on Amazon. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Bodie: The Mines Are Looking Well The History of the Bodie Mining District, Mono County, California by Michael H. Piatt (2003-03-01)

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The Bodie Mining District: A Brief History Bodie

Nov 2, 2014 Bodie, California, a mining ghost town, is captured in Michael H. Piatt's thorougly researched volume and other unpublished essays. Bodie, 'The Mines are Looking Well', is available online, including photographs by James Ritchie that help portray the essence of a town frozen in time.

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The History and Geology of the Bodie Ghost Town Visit

A Brief History of Bodie. The birth of the town of Bodie began in summer of 1859, with four adventurous prospectors wandering the Eastern Sierra foothills in the search of mineral wealth. Arriving from the western slopes via Sonora Pass, the group began exploring the canyons and hills north of Mono Lake.

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Bodie, California Discovery of the Standard Mine

The total production of all mining done in Bodie is estimated to be between 95 and 100 million. Source:Cain, Ella M.,The Story of Bodie, Fearon Publishers, 1956. Thanks to Bill Draeger for transcribing this story from the book, and emailing it to me. More History : Bodie Structures : The Standard Mill

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The Geology and History of the Bodie Mining District Jacob

History of the Bodie Mining District The Bodie Mining District is an area in northern Mono County, California, north of Mono Lake, extending approximately 3 miles north-south and 1 mile east-west (Chesterman et al., 1986). Gold was first discovered there in

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The History and Geology of the Bodie Ghost Town Visit

A Brief History of Bodie. The birth of the town of Bodie began in summer of 1859, with four adventurous prospectors wandering the Eastern Sierra foothills in the search of mineral wealth. Arriving from the western slopes via Sonora Pass, the group began exploring the canyons and hills north of Mono Lake.

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Bodie, California The Mines of Bodie New York Times

Mr. H. C. Callahan answered several questions concerning the Bodie district, after which Col. Montgomery, of Silver Cliff, delivered a brief address on the subject of mining speculations. He believed that men were apt to act a little too hastily in mining matters, and seem to forget to bring into the business the common sense and soundness of

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Bodie District Western Mining History

The Bodie district is in eastern Mono County about 18 miles southeast of Bridgeport. History Gold was discovered here in 1859 by William S. Bodey, and the district was organized in 1860, but activity was minor until 1872, when rich ore was discovered. From 1876 to about 1884, a rush was on with much production from rich but shallow deposits.

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Bodie: "The Mines Are Looking Well ": The History Of The

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Bodie, California Wikipedia

Bodie (/ ˈ b oʊ d iː / BOH-dee) is a ghost town in the Bodie Hills east of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in Mono County, California, United States about 75 miles (121 km) southeast of Lake Tahoe, 12 mi (19 km) east-southeast of Bridgeport, at an elevation of 8379 feet (2554 m). Bodie became a boom town in 1876 after the discovery of a profitable line of gold; by 1879 it had a population

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Bodie SHP CA State Parks

Bodie State Historic Park is a genuine California gold-mining ghost town. Visitors can walk down the deserted streets of a town that once had a population of nearly 10,000 people. The town is named for Waterman S. Body (William Bodey), who had discovered small amounts of

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