• alaska gold claim/dredging

    Down on this part of my claims you can tell no equip. has mined. I dont think any could get past the rocks anyways. Gonna set the 6" keene up this coming summer.

    published: 25 Nov 2012
  • Gold Mining Claims - Alaska Gold Mine - Colorado - 2016

    The Alaska claim is a very historic claim with detailed history. It produced 1750 ounces of gold prior to 1880 and another 3200 ounces by 1941. The claim is made up of one primary adit, a primary shaft, and a series of prospects.

    published: 12 Oct 2016
  • The Alaska Purchase (Story Time with Mr. Beat)

    Here's the story of how the United States acquired Alaska. If you like these Story Time videos, please subscribe to my podcast! http://iammrbeat.podomatic.com. Music by Electric Needle Room. http://www.electricneedleroom.com. All images in the public domain. The decision to buy Alaska from Russia in 1867 has mostly been considered a good deal for the United States. The U.S. bought Alaska for $7.2 million, which in 2015 dollars is actually $180.5 million, and that still sounds like a good deal when you consider that the state produces $10s of billions of dollars worth of goods and services every year. However, at least one economist may disagree with that claim that it was actually a good deal. Here’s the story of the Alaska Purchase Once upon a time, there was a country called Russia ...

    published: 11 Jan 2015
  • Gold mining / dredging in winter and summer, Alaska

    Mining at our claims in winter,spring and summer with a days clean out of gold.

    published: 16 Jun 2014
  • Alaska Gold Maps

    Our Alaska gold map video shows how to use our gold maps to discover where others are finding gold in Alaska, and where you can too. Our Alaska gold maps show both state and federal gold claim locations. The maps also include a state abandoned claims map, which is a first for our industry. Hope you enjoy it...

    published: 03 Oct 2013
  • Goldrausch in Alaska - Falscher Claim

    Die ganze Folge gibt es hier: http://www.dmax.de/video/goldrausch-in-alaska-anfaengerfehler-1/?campaign=ytdni5 Dave Turin,das neue Oberhaupt der Hoffmans hat beim Vermessen des Schürfgrundes einen Fehler gemacht. War die bisherige Arbeit völlig umsonst?

    published: 27 Dec 2012
  • North To Alaska ~ Johnny Horton

    North To Alaska ~ Johnny Horton The Klondike Gold Rush The Klondike Gold Rush was a frenzy of gold rush immigration to and gold prospecting in the Klondike near Dawson City in the Yukon Territory, Canada, after gold was discovered in the late 19th century. In August 1896, three people led by Skookum Jim Mason (a member of the Tagish nation whose birth name was Keish) headed up the Yukon River from the Carcross area looking for his sister Kate and her husband George Carmack. The party included Skookum Jim, Skookum Jim's cousin known as Dawson Charlie (or sometimes Tagish Charlie) and his nephew Patsy Henderson. After meeting up with George and Kate who were fishing for salmon at the mouth of the Klondike River, they ran into Nova Scotian Robert Henderson who had been mining gold on...

    published: 03 Dec 2007
  • Gold Rush Fever Hits Nome, Alaska

    Modern day prospectors head north to claim gold hidden beneath the ocean.

    published: 25 Jan 2013
  • Alaska Beach Prospecting - LOTS of FINE Gold

    Running GoldHog mats on the beaches in Alaska. Catching super fine gold from the black beach sands.

    published: 10 Jul 2016
  • Eureka Gold Thief in operation in Alaska

    My wife, Alethea, shovels pay gravel into the Eureka Gold Thief wash plant on our claim N. of Fairbanks, Alaska

    published: 08 Dec 2012
  • Youtube-Kacke: DMAX Goldrausch in Alaska; Neuer Claim

    published: 16 Nov 2016
  • Gold Rush Alaska- Dakota Fred Feud

    Watch Gold Rush: Alaska Fridays @ 10 PM e/p | http://dsc.discovery.com/tv/gold-rush-alaska/ | Experienced miner and new crew member, Fred Hurt, offers his advice when the team runs into a roadblock while adding grizzly bars to the shaker.

    published: 04 Feb 2011
  • Alaska Monsters S02E04 Bigfoot of Cache Creek: Woodsman HD 720p

    The Alaska Midnight Sons trespass on gold claims to investigate a Bigfoot reported to be responsible for the notorious unsolved murders in the Cache Creek mining area. But after a shocking discovery, the team realizes there may be more than one Bigfoot.

    published: 15 Jul 2016
  • Alaska - Isochime

    2011 Arctic Music cat no: AM 006 http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/Info?Track=AM0006 More about Alaska aka Paradox http://soundcloud.com/paradox-music-uk http://www.paradoxmusic.com/ I do not claim any rights on this music track , rights are reserved to the respective artist & label, this clip is only for promo purpose. If the producer/artist or record label have a problem with this upload please tell me and I will delete it immediately.

    published: 21 Aug 2011
  • GPAA Alaska Cripple River

    Gold Expedition

    published: 09 Nov 2012
  • Forgotten History - Japanese Invasion of Alaska - Episode 5

    The Japanese invasion of Alaska remains one of the most forgotten battles in American history. It was the first time blood had been spilled due to war on American soil since the civil war, and the first time a foreign power lay claim to American land since the War of 1812.

    published: 19 May 2014
alaska gold claim/dredging

alaska gold claim/dredging

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  • Updated: 25 Nov 2012
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Down on this part of my claims you can tell no equip. has mined. I dont think any could get past the rocks anyways. Gonna set the 6" keene up this coming summer.
https://wn.com/Alaska_Gold_Claim_Dredging
Gold Mining Claims - Alaska Gold Mine - Colorado - 2016

Gold Mining Claims - Alaska Gold Mine - Colorado - 2016

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  • Updated: 12 Oct 2016
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The Alaska claim is a very historic claim with detailed history. It produced 1750 ounces of gold prior to 1880 and another 3200 ounces by 1941. The claim is made up of one primary adit, a primary shaft, and a series of prospects.
https://wn.com/Gold_Mining_Claims_Alaska_Gold_Mine_Colorado_2016
The Alaska Purchase (Story Time with Mr. Beat)

The Alaska Purchase (Story Time with Mr. Beat)

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  • Updated: 11 Jan 2015
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Here's the story of how the United States acquired Alaska. If you like these Story Time videos, please subscribe to my podcast! http://iammrbeat.podomatic.com. Music by Electric Needle Room. http://www.electricneedleroom.com. All images in the public domain. The decision to buy Alaska from Russia in 1867 has mostly been considered a good deal for the United States. The U.S. bought Alaska for $7.2 million, which in 2015 dollars is actually $180.5 million, and that still sounds like a good deal when you consider that the state produces $10s of billions of dollars worth of goods and services every year. However, at least one economist may disagree with that claim that it was actually a good deal. Here’s the story of the Alaska Purchase Once upon a time, there was a country called Russia that grew and expanded its empire across the North American continent. From 1733 to 1867, Russia colonized as far south as modern-day California and two ports in Hawaii. Their North American settlements were called Russian America. However, in 1856, Russia was broke and weakened after the Crimean War, and they also feared that Russian America might be an easy target for the increasing British settlers in British Columbia in any future war that might break out. Resources available there were increasingly less profitable, and plus, hardly any Russians lived there anyway. Therefore, they looked to get rid of Russian America by selling it to the United States. The American Civil War delayed the sale, but after the war ended, U.S. Secretary of State William Seward met in Washington with Russian Minister Eduard de Stoeckl to negotiate a deal. After staying up all night negotiating, the two agreed to a deal, signing a treaty at 4 a.m. on March 30, 1867, with the United States buying the territory for $7.2 million, or about 2 cents per acre. (50 cents an acre in today’s money due to inflation). The Senate approved the purchase on April 9th, and President Andrew Johnson signed the treaty on May 28th. Americans chose to call the area Alaska, an Aleut name. The land, an area over twice the size of Texas, officially joined the country on October 18, 1867. Some people were angry and in shock. These critics of the purchase of Alaska even famously called it “Seward’s Folly,” or “Seward’s Icebox,” basically saying that was a lot of money to spend for an area with not much to offer. They argued no one would be able to move there and it’d also be hard to control and defend, being so far away. Yet other Americans said it was a wise move, not just for the potential resources hidden there but for the potential to next try to take over British Columbia. After the purchase, pretty much all of the Russians who lived in Alaska moved back to Russia. Not many Americans lived there either. That is, until Joe Juneau discovered gold there in 1880, and Americans finally began to migrate there. Later they came for the oil, and today Alaska is a very desirable place for many Americans to live, so much more than just an “icebox.” Was the purchase of Alaska really a good deal, or did Seward actually get ripped off? For the past 125 years or so, most people have agreed that it was a very good deal. However, in 2009, David Barker, an economist at Iowa University, shook things up when he made the controversial claim that challenged that narrative. Barker claimed that the Alaska purchase wasn’t really that good of deal after all, and that the economic benefits from Alaska could have been there for the United States without having to control it all along. Ultimately, though, I see Alaska joining the United States as a fantastic thing. Without that happening, we likely today wouldn’t have one of my favorite shows on television- Alaska State Troopers. For that, we thank you, William Seward.
https://wn.com/The_Alaska_Purchase_(Story_Time_With_Mr._Beat)
Gold mining / dredging in winter and summer, Alaska

Gold mining / dredging in winter and summer, Alaska

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  • Updated: 16 Jun 2014
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Mining at our claims in winter,spring and summer with a days clean out of gold.
https://wn.com/Gold_Mining_Dredging_In_Winter_And_Summer,_Alaska
Alaska Gold Maps

Alaska Gold Maps

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  • Updated: 03 Oct 2013
  • views: 3727
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Our Alaska gold map video shows how to use our gold maps to discover where others are finding gold in Alaska, and where you can too. Our Alaska gold maps show both state and federal gold claim locations. The maps also include a state abandoned claims map, which is a first for our industry. Hope you enjoy it...
https://wn.com/Alaska_Gold_Maps
Goldrausch in Alaska - Falscher Claim

Goldrausch in Alaska - Falscher Claim

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  • Duration: 4:01
  • Updated: 27 Dec 2012
  • views: 5491
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Die ganze Folge gibt es hier: http://www.dmax.de/video/goldrausch-in-alaska-anfaengerfehler-1/?campaign=ytdni5 Dave Turin,das neue Oberhaupt der Hoffmans hat beim Vermessen des Schürfgrundes einen Fehler gemacht. War die bisherige Arbeit völlig umsonst?
https://wn.com/Goldrausch_In_Alaska_Falscher_Claim
North To Alaska ~ Johnny Horton

North To Alaska ~ Johnny Horton

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  • Updated: 03 Dec 2007
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North To Alaska ~ Johnny Horton The Klondike Gold Rush The Klondike Gold Rush was a frenzy of gold rush immigration to and gold prospecting in the Klondike near Dawson City in the Yukon Territory, Canada, after gold was discovered in the late 19th century. In August 1896, three people led by Skookum Jim Mason (a member of the Tagish nation whose birth name was Keish) headed up the Yukon River from the Carcross area looking for his sister Kate and her husband George Carmack. The party included Skookum Jim, Skookum Jim's cousin known as Dawson Charlie (or sometimes Tagish Charlie) and his nephew Patsy Henderson. After meeting up with George and Kate who were fishing for salmon at the mouth of the Klondike River, they ran into Nova Scotian Robert Henderson who had been mining gold on the Indian River, just south of the Klondike. Henderson told George Carmack about where he was mining and that he did not want any "damn Siwashes" (meaning Indians) near him. The group then headed a few miles up the Klondike River to Rabbit Creek, now Bonanza Creek to hunt moose. On August 16, 1896, the party discovered rich placer gold deposits in Bonanza (Rabbit) Creek. It is now generally accepted that Skookum Jim made the actual discovery, but some accounts say that it was Kate Carmack. George Carmack was officially credited for the discovery because the "discovery" claim was staked in his name. The group agreed to this because they felt that other miners would be reluctant to recognise a claim made by an Indian, given the strong racist attitudes of the time. Further evidence of Skookum Jim's discovery is that he was eagerly followed by other miners and caused a mini rush when he later staked some claims in the Kluane Lake area in 1905. The news spread to other mining camps in the Yukon River valley, and the Bonanza, Eldorado and Hunker Creeks were rapidly staked by miners who had been previously working creeks and sandbars on the Fortymile and Stewart Rivers. In a fate that many believe to be poetic justice, Henderson, who was mining only a few miles away over the hill, only found out about the discovery after the rich creeks had been all staked. News reached the United States on July 17, 1897 when the first successful prospectors arrived in Seattle, and within a month the Klondike stampede had begun. The population in the Klondike in 1898 may have reached 40,000, threatening to cause a famine. Most prospectors landed at Skagway at the head of Lynn Canal and crossed by the Chilkoot Trail or White Pass to Bennett Lake. Here, prospectors built boats that would take them the final 500 miles (800 km) down the Yukon River to the gold fields. Stampeders had to carry one ton of goods over the pass to be allowed to enter Canada. At the top of the passes, the stampeders encountered a Mountie post that enforced that regulation. It was put in place to avert shortages like those that had occurred in the previous two winters in Dawson City. The Chilkoot Pass was steep and hazardous, rising a thousand feet in the last half mile (300 m in 800 m). It was too steep for pack animals and prospectors had to pack their equipment and supplies to the top. Some 1,500 steps were carved into the ice to aid travel up the pass. Even though it was not as high, conditions on White Pass were even worse. It was known as the Dead Horse Trail with about 3,000 animals dying along the route. Others took the Copper River Trail or the Teslin Trail by Stikine River and Teslin Lake, and some used the all-Canadian Ashcroft and Edmonton trails. The other main route was by steamer about 2600 kilometers (1600 miles) up the Yukon River. Many using this route late in 1897 were caught by winter ice below Fort Yukon, Alaska and had to be rescued. An estimated 100,000 people participated in the gold rush and about 30,000 made it to Dawson City in 1898. By 1901, when the first census was taken, the population had declined to 9,000. Throughout this period, the North West Mounted Police, under the command of Sam Steele maintained a firm grip on the activities of the prospectors to ensure the safety of the population as well as enforcing the laws and sovereignty of Canada. As a result, this gold rush has been described as the most peaceful and orderly of its type in history. The effectiveness of the Mounties in this period made the police force famous around the world, and ensured the survival of the organization at a time when its continued operation was being debated in the Canadian Parliament. The gold rush remains an important event in the history of the city of Edmonton, which to this day celebrates Klondike Days, an annual summer fair with a Klondike gold rush theme. Among the many to take part in the gold rush was writer Jack London, whose books White Fang and The Call of the Wild were influenced by his northern experiences, and adventurer "Swiftwater" Bill Gates.
https://wn.com/North_To_Alaska_~_Johnny_Horton
Gold Rush Fever Hits Nome, Alaska

Gold Rush Fever Hits Nome, Alaska

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  • Updated: 25 Jan 2013
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Modern day prospectors head north to claim gold hidden beneath the ocean.
https://wn.com/Gold_Rush_Fever_Hits_Nome,_Alaska
Alaska Beach Prospecting - LOTS of FINE Gold

Alaska Beach Prospecting - LOTS of FINE Gold

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  • Duration: 10:06
  • Updated: 10 Jul 2016
  • views: 265399
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Running GoldHog mats on the beaches in Alaska. Catching super fine gold from the black beach sands.
https://wn.com/Alaska_Beach_Prospecting_Lots_Of_Fine_Gold
Eureka Gold Thief in operation in Alaska

Eureka Gold Thief in operation in Alaska

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  • Duration: 2:29
  • Updated: 08 Dec 2012
  • views: 2099
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My wife, Alethea, shovels pay gravel into the Eureka Gold Thief wash plant on our claim N. of Fairbanks, Alaska
https://wn.com/Eureka_Gold_Thief_In_Operation_In_Alaska
Youtube-Kacke: DMAX Goldrausch in Alaska; Neuer Claim

Youtube-Kacke: DMAX Goldrausch in Alaska; Neuer Claim

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  • Duration: 2:47
  • Updated: 16 Nov 2016
  • views: 55
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https://wn.com/Youtube_Kacke_Dmax_Goldrausch_In_Alaska_Neuer_Claim
Gold Rush Alaska- Dakota Fred Feud

Gold Rush Alaska- Dakota Fred Feud

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  • Updated: 04 Feb 2011
  • views: 22210
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Watch Gold Rush: Alaska Fridays @ 10 PM e/p | http://dsc.discovery.com/tv/gold-rush-alaska/ | Experienced miner and new crew member, Fred Hurt, offers his advice when the team runs into a roadblock while adding grizzly bars to the shaker.
https://wn.com/Gold_Rush_Alaska_Dakota_Fred_Feud
Alaska Monsters S02E04 Bigfoot of Cache Creek: Woodsman HD 720p

Alaska Monsters S02E04 Bigfoot of Cache Creek: Woodsman HD 720p

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  • Duration: 43:35
  • Updated: 15 Jul 2016
  • views: 10939
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The Alaska Midnight Sons trespass on gold claims to investigate a Bigfoot reported to be responsible for the notorious unsolved murders in the Cache Creek mining area. But after a shocking discovery, the team realizes there may be more than one Bigfoot.
https://wn.com/Alaska_Monsters_S02E04_Bigfoot_Of_Cache_Creek_Woodsman_Hd_720P
Alaska - Isochime

Alaska - Isochime

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  • Updated: 21 Aug 2011
  • views: 15018
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2011 Arctic Music cat no: AM 006 http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/Info?Track=AM0006 More about Alaska aka Paradox http://soundcloud.com/paradox-music-uk http://www.paradoxmusic.com/ I do not claim any rights on this music track , rights are reserved to the respective artist & label, this clip is only for promo purpose. If the producer/artist or record label have a problem with this upload please tell me and I will delete it immediately.
https://wn.com/Alaska_Isochime
GPAA Alaska Cripple River

GPAA Alaska Cripple River

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  • Duration: 4:16
  • Updated: 09 Nov 2012
  • views: 3847
videos https://wn.com/Gpaa_Alaska_Cripple_River
Forgotten History - Japanese Invasion of Alaska - Episode 5

Forgotten History - Japanese Invasion of Alaska - Episode 5

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  • Duration: 13:17
  • Updated: 19 May 2014
  • views: 17786
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The Japanese invasion of Alaska remains one of the most forgotten battles in American history. It was the first time blood had been spilled due to war on American soil since the civil war, and the first time a foreign power lay claim to American land since the War of 1812.
https://wn.com/Forgotten_History_Japanese_Invasion_Of_Alaska_Episode_5