Gold Miner 2 Players – 18 Carat Gold Earrings – 1986 Gold American Eagle Proof

Gold Miner 2 Players

Gold Miner 2 Players – 18 Carat Gold Earrings – 1986 Gold American Eagle Proof

Gold Miner 2 Players

gold miner 2 players

    gold miner

  • a miner who digs or pans for gold in a gold field

    2 players

  • (2 player) A two-player video game is a video game played by just two players. This is distinct from a multiplayer video game which is played by more than two players, and from a single-player video game, in which the player has no human opponents.

gold miner 2 players – The Weekend

The Weekend Gold Miner
The Weekend Gold Miner
This best-selling, compact and engagingly written book has sent gold hobbyists out to try their hands and finding gold for over 30 years. Affordably priced, this book explains in plain language the basic information you need before looking for gold: Where to look for gold, what to look for, how to get it out, how to test for gold, and what to do if you strike it rich. Dr. Ryan also covers topics such as the specific skills needed for mining in the desert, metal detecting, and how to build some of your own equipment. The final chapter contains a fun discussion of ghost towns and lost mines.

Ghost Town of Rhyolite, Nevada (13)

Ghost Town of Rhyolite, Nevada (13)
Rhyolite is a ghost town in Nye County, in the U.S. state of Nevada. It is located in the Bullfrog Hills, about 120 miles (190 km) northwest of Las Vegas, near the eastern edge of Death Valley. The town began in early 1905 as one of several mining camps that sprang up after a prospecting discovery in the surrounding hills. During an ensuing gold rush, thousands of gold-seekers, developers, miners, and service providers flocked to the Bullfrog Mining District. Many settled in Rhyolite, which lay in a sheltered desert basin near the region’s biggest producer, the Montgomery Shoshone Mine.

Industrialist Charles M. Schwab bought the Montgomery Shoshone Mine in 1906 and invested heavily in infrastructure including piped water, electric lines, and railroad transportation that served the town as well as the mine. By 1907, Rhyolite had electric lights, water mains, telephones, newspapers, a hospital, a school, an opera house, and a stock exchange. Published estimates of the town’s peak population vary widely, but scholarly sources generally place it in a range between 3,500 and 5,000 in 1907–08.

Rhyolite declined almost as rapidly as it rose. After the richest ore was exhausted, production fell. The 1906 San Francisco earthquake and the financial panic of 1907 made it more difficult to raise development capital. In 1908, investors in the Montgomery Shoshone Mine, concerned that it was overvalued, ordered an independent study. When the study’s findings proved unfavorable, the company’s stock value crashed, further restricting funding. By the end of 1910, the mine was operating at a loss, and it closed in 1911. By this time, many out-of-work miners had moved elsewhere, and Rhyolite’s population dropped well below 1,000. By 1920, it was close to zero.

After 1920, Rhyolite and its ruins became a tourist attraction and a setting for motion pictures. Most of its buildings crumbled, were scavenged for building materials, or were moved to nearby Beatty or other towns, although the railway depot and a house made chiefly of empty bottles were repaired and preserved. From 1988 to 1998, three companies operated a profitable open-pit mine at the base of Ladd Mountain, about 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Rhyolite. The Goldwell Open Air Museum lies on private property just south of the ghost town, which is on public property overseen by the Bureau of Land Management.

The town is named for rhyolite, an igneous rock composed of light-colored silicates, usually buff to pink and occasionally light gray. It belongs to the same rock class, felsic, as granite but is much less common.[2] The Amargosa River, which flows through Beatty, gets its name from the Spanish word for "bitter", amargo. In its course, the river takes up large amounts of salts, which give it a bitter taste.[3]

"Bullfrog" was the name Frank "Shorty" Harris and Ernest "Ed" Cross, the prospectors who started the Bullfrog gold rush, gave to their mine. As quoted by Robert D. McCracken in A History of Beatty, Nevada, Harris said during a 1930 interview for Westways magazine, "The rock was green, almost like turquoise, spotted with big chunks of yellow metal, and looked a lot like the back of a frog."[4] The Bullfrog Mining District, the Bullfrog Hills, the town of Bullfrog, and other geographical entities in the region took their name from the Bullfrog Mine.[5] "Bullfrog" became so popular that Giant Bullfrog, Bullfrog Merger, Bullfrog Apex, Bullfrog Annex, Bullfrog Gold Dollar, Bullfrog Mogul, and most of the district’s other 200 or so mining companies included "Bullfrog" in their names.[6]

"Beatty" is named after "Old Man" Montillus (Montillion) Murray Beatty, a Civil War veteran and miner who bought a ranch along the Amargosa River just north of what became the town of Beatty. In 1906, he sold the ranch to the Bullfrog Water, Power, and Light Company.[7] "Shoshone" in "Montgomery Shoshone Mine" refers to the Western Shoshone people indigenous to the region. In about 1875, the Shoshone had six camps along the Amargosa River near Beatty. The total population of these camps was 29, and because game was scarce, they subsisted largely on seeds, bulbs, and plants gathered throughout the region, including the Bullfrog Hills.[8]

The Bullfrog Hills are at the western edge of the southwestern Nevada volcanic field. Extensionally-faulted volcanic rocks, ranging in age from about 13.3 million years to about 7.6 million years, overlie the region’s Paleozoic sedimentary rocks.[9] The prevailing rocks, which contain the ore deposits, are a series of rhyolitic lava flows[10] that built to a combined thickness of about 8,000 feet (2,400 m) above the more ancient rock.[11] After the flows ceased, tectonic stresses fractured the area into many separate fault blocks.[9] Most of these blocks tilt to the east, and the horizontal banding of individual flows shows clearly on their w

July 28th in History — In 1821, Peru declares independence from Spain

July 28th in History -- In 1821, Peru declares independence from Spain
388 – Battle at Aquileja: Emperor Theodosius beats emperor Magnus Maximis
754 – Pope Stephen II, [III] makes Pippin de Korte, King of France
1148 – Crusaders attack Damascus
1402 – Battle at Ancyra/Angora/Ankara: Timur Lenk beats sultan Bajezid I
1434 – Navigator Gil Eanes leaves Cape Bojador for Lisbon
1540 – English King Henry VIII marries Catharine Howard, his 5th wife
1579 – Cardinal Granvelle returns to Madrid
1586 – Sir Thomas Harriot introduces potatoes to Europe
1586 – The first potato arrives in Britain.
1588 – Spanish Armada sails to overthrow England’s Queen Elizabeth I
1609 – Admiral George Somers settles in Bermuda
1635 – Spanish marshal Piccolomini conquerors Schenkenschans
1683 – Anne Stuart marries prince Georges of Denmark
1696 – De Croissy succeeds Le Plectia as French minister of Finance
1708 – Monarch Amengkurat II [Sunan Mas] of Mataram gives himself up to VOC
1717 – Prussian king Frederik Willem I gives compulsory education to 5-12 yrs
1741 – Capt Bering discovers Mount St Elias, Alaska
1742 – Prussia & Austria sign peace treaty
1808 – Mahmud II succeeds Mustafa IV as sultan of Turkey
1821 – Peru declares independence from Spain (National Day)
1830 – Revolution in France replaces Charles X with Louis Philippe
1849 – Memmon is 1st clipper to reach SF, 120 days out of NY
1851 – Total solar eclipse captured on a daguerreotype photograph
1858 – 1st use of fingerprints as a means of identification is made by
1858 – Nadar takes 1st airborne photo (in a balloon)
1858 – William Herschel of the Indian Civil Service in India
1862 – Confederate forces defeated at More’s Hill, Mo
1864 – 2nd day of battle at Deep Bottom Run Virginia
1864 – Battle of Atlanta: GA (Ezra Church) – second sortie US700 CS4642
1866 – Metric system becomes a legal measurement system in US
1868 – 14th Amendment ratified, grants citizenship to ex-slaves
1882 – Opera "Parsifal" is produced (Beirut)
1883 – Shocks triggered by volcano Epomeo (Isle of Ischia, Italy) destroyed 1,200 houses at Casamicciola killing 2,000
1886 – English Salisbury govt forms
1896 – City of Miami incorporated
1898 – Spanish troops in Ponce, Puerto Rico, surrender
1898 – Start of Sherlock Holmes "Adventure of Retired Colourman"(BG)
1900 – Hamburger created by Louis Lassing in Connecticut
1906 – Yankees turn triple-play, beat Cleveland 6-4
1911 – 96°F (35.6°C) in De Bilt Netherlands
1913 – 12th Davis Cup: USA beats British Isles in Wimbledon (3-2)
1914 – Foxtrot 1st danced at New Amsterdam Roof Garden (NYC, by Harry Fox)
1914 – Minister of Navy W Churchill routes British fleet to Scapa Flow
1914 – World War I began when Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia
1915 – 10,000 blacks march on 5th Ave (NYC) protesting lynchings
1915 – US forces invade Haiti, stays until 1924
1917 – Silent Parade in NYC to protest murders of blacks in race riots
1919 – Vrije Vakbewegings Internationale (VVI) forms in Amsterdam
1926 – US & Panamanian pact about safeguard of Panama Canal
1928 – 9th Olympic Games open in Amsterdam
1929 – Chicago Cardinals become 1st NFL team to train out of state (Mich)
1930 – 114°F (46°C), Greensburg, Kentucky (state record)
1931 – Congress makes "Star-Spangled Banner" our 2nd national anthem
1931 – White Sox score 11 in 8th to beat Yankees 14-12
1932 – Battle between unemployed war veterans & federal troops, 4 die
1932 – Pres Hoover evicts bonus marchers from their encampment
1933 – 1st singing telegram delivered (to Rudy Vallee), NYC
1933 – NFL divides into (2) 5 team divisions
1933 – Spain recognizes the USSR
1934 – 118°F (48°C), Orofino, Idaho (state record)
1935 – Belgium’s Romain Maes, wins Tour de France
1937 – Eddie Paynter scores 322 for Lancashire against Sussex
1937 – Richard Moore scores 316 for Hampshire against Warwickshire
1938 – 34,000-ton Cunard-White Star liner Mauretania launched at Birkenhead
1938 – Bradman scores 202 Aust v Somerset, 225 mins, 32 fours
1939 – 5th Dutch govt of Colijn falls
1940 – Radio Orange, London begins
1940 – Yankee Charlie Keller hits 3 HRs to beat White Sox 10-9
1942 – Nazis liquidate 10,000 Jews in Minsk Belorussia Ghetto
1942 – Zionists partisans ZOB forms in Poland
1943 – Italian Facist dictator Benito Mussolini resigns
1943 – Pres FDR announces end of coffee rationing in US
1943 – World War II: Operation Gomorrah: The British bomb Hamburg causing a firestorm that kills 42,000 German civilians.
1944 – Hitler routes 4 division of South France to Normandy
1944 – US 8th Army corp occupies Coutances France
1945 – Japanese premier Suzuki disregards US ultimatum to surrender
1945 – US Army B-25 crashes into 79th floor of Empire State Bldg, 14 die
1945 – US Senate ratifies UN charter 89-2
1947 – Iuliu Maniu’s Boer party becomes forbidden in Romania
1948 – I G Farben chemical plant explodes in Ludwigshafen, Germany, 182 die
1948 – The Metropolitan Police Flying Squad foils a bullion robbery in the "Battle of London Airport".
1951 – "Kiss Me, Kate&quo
gold miner 2 players

gold miner 2 players

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