Mobile crushing line

Hot selling equipment


Gold Dredges of the Yukon and Alaska - questconnect.org

Mining dredges were used in Yukon and Alaska from the turn of the century on into the 1950s to extract gold from the land. Several of these old dredges still litter the landscape of the North, one of the most visible reminders of the

Get Price

Gold Dredge 8 Historic Alaskan Gold Mine ALASKA.ORG

You’ll visit the historic dredge (a giant machine used to scoop pay dirt) and meet miners Yukon Yonda and Dexter Clark, who have been mining here since the 1970s. Then explore the old mining

Get Price

The Sixtymile Gold Dredge, Yukon Alaska

For one gold dredge on Big Gold Creek, though, 1999 marks not the end, but a new beginning. In 1946, Yukon Explorations Ltd. brought this diesel-powered bucket-line dredge to the Yukon from Oregon, where it had apparently been working. The following year, they rebuilt it near the confluence of Glacier and Big Gold Creeks, in the Sixtymile district about 50 miles west of Dawson. The dredge ...

Get Price

Coal Creek Dredge - Yukon - Charley Rivers National ...

2020-04-10  The Coal Creek Dredge is a piece of living history in Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve. Located about a mile off the Yukon River, up the Coal Creek drainage, the dredge stands as it did when the miners left it, decades ago. Many tools and supplies remain inside as if

Get Price

Dredge No 4 - Yukon Territory Information

Dredge No. 4 was the largest wooden-hulled bucket dredge in North America. It was designed by the Marion Steam Shovel Company, and built for the Canadian Klondike Mining Company in 1912. The dredge moved along in a pond of its own making, digging gold bearing gravel at a rate of 22 buckets per minute. It would operate for 24 hours a day for a ...

Get Price

Gold Dredges in the North - ExploreNorth

The bucket-line dredges that changed the character of gold mining in Alaska and the Yukon were invented in New Zealand. Many changes and additions were made to make them suitable for working frozen ground, but the technology changed little for the 80 years they were in use.

Get Price

Walter Johnson: Gold Dredge Pioneer - Yukon - Charley ...

Mining engineers have developed a monster machine unlike anything else in the world, a giant dredge that scoops up thousands of yards of material every day to sift through it and find and save every tiny particle of gold. —Popular Mechanics, 1938. During the Klondike-Alaska gold rush of 1898 the tools used in mining were rudimentary: picks, shovels, gold

Get Price

Dredge No. 4 - Wikipedia

Gold dredge. Industry. Gold mining. Dredge No. 4 is a wooden-hulled bucketline sluice dredge that mined placer gold on the Yukon River from 1913 until 1959. It is now located along Bonanza Creek Road 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) south of the Klondike Highway near Dawson City, Yukon

Get Price

Alaska 360 ™ Dredge Tour

The history of placer gold mining in the Yukon is not complete without seeing a dredge that continued to operate until the late 1950s. Each part of the dredge is clearly elucidated, and you will leave understanding just what a simple yet clever engineering feat it was to use them.

Get Price

Gold Mining at Woodchopper Creek - Yukon - Charley Rivers ...

Private interests used the dredge in 1962 and by 1971 Joseph Vogler of Fairbanks purchased the Woodchopper mining claims and continued mining periodically until his death in 1993. Today the patented claims along Woodchopper Creek exist as a private inholding within Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve and the dredge and mining camp serve as reminders of the ingenuity and grit of

Get Price

OF GOLD AND GRAVEL - Alaska Historical Society

Front Cover: View from the pilot house of the Coal Creek gold dredge showing the bucket line carrying gravel to be processed inside the machine. The bucket line could dig up to twenty-two feet below the surface. University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska Polar Regions Collections and Archives, Stanton Patty Family Papers. Title Page Inset: A stock certificate for Gold Placers, Inc. signed by ...

Get Price

Recreational Gold Mining Alaska Public Land Information ...

2021-07-31  On any land in Alaska, a suction dredge with a nozzle diameter greater than six inches or a motor with more than sixteen horsepower or which processes more than 220 cubic yards/day requires a tri-agency permit which can be obtained from the Alaska Division of Mining. Suction dredges with a suction hose diameter greater than four inches require that a "Notice of Intent" be filed with the ...

Get Price

Early 1900’s Dredge Mining – One Long Drive

2016-02-21  Early 1900’s Dredge Mining. June 25-26, 2015 – Klondike Area, Yukon Territory – Prospecting with a pan or a sluice started the rush, but this soon gave way to consolidation of claims and industrialization. The king of the industrial mining machines was the gold dredge. The dredge of wood and iron is a testament to engineering of the early ...

Get Price

Gold Mining Dredge Yukon Alaska

Gold Mining Dredge Yukon Alaska. Jun 26, 2020 Gold Dredges of the Yukon and Alaska. Mining dredges were used in Yukon and Alaska from the turn of the century on into the 1950s to extract gold from the land. Several of these old dredges still litter the landscape of the North, one of the most visible reminders of the glory days of the Klondike Gold Rush. Jake Wade Dredge . Read More. Alaska ...

Get Price

2. Mining and Development Companies University of Alaska ...

Gold mining (31) Copper mining (7) Gold dredging (5) Hydraulic mining (4) Economic social conditions (3 ) Natural resources (3) Tin mining (3) Coal mining (2) Railroad construction maintenance (2) Silver mining (2) Actions defenses (1) Business enterprises (1) Fishing industry (1) Fur trade (1) Gold mining equipment (1) Gold rushes (1) Harbors (1) Industry (1) Lead mining (1) Mineral ...

Get Price

Gold dredge - Wikipedia

A gold dredge is a placer mining machine that extracts gold from sand, gravel, and dirt using water and mechanical methods.. The original gold dredges were large, multi-story machines built in the first half of the 1900s. Small suction machines are currently marketed as "gold dredges" to individuals seeking gold: just offshore from the beach of Nome, Alaska, for instance.

Get Price

What is Placer Gold Mining? - Yukon - Charley Rivers ...

2015-04-14  The earliest gold dredges in Alaska arrived in the 1910s, and by the 1930s several dredges were imported to mines along the Yukon River. They did the same work as earlier placer techniques but on an industrial scale, scooping thousands of cubic

Get Price

Alaska 360 ™ Dredge Tour

The history of placer gold mining in the Yukon is not complete without seeing a dredge that continued to operate until the late 1950s. Each part of the dredge is clearly elucidated, and you will leave understanding just what a simple yet clever engineering feat it was to use them.

Get Price

The Pedro Gold Dredge, Chicken, Alaska

A trip through the Fortymile Country of Alaska and the Yukon will provide anyone with an interest in mining or the history of the region an opportunity to view several old bucket line or ladder gold dredges up close. The Fortymile has seen about a dozen different dredges since the their introduction early last century. Fairly new to the roadside landscape is the dredge at Chicken, which has ...

Get Price

Learn if you can suction dredge for placer gold mining ...

You cannot dredge in Yukon without the proper mineral rights and permits. Placer mining. Dredging. Suction dredging. 4-inch nozzle. 8-inch nozzle. Hand panning. Habitat suitability. Mineral title. Gold. Mineral Resources Branch. Energy, Mines and Resources. Yukon, Canada.

Get Price

Gold Mining Dredge Yukon Alaska

Gold Mining Dredge Yukon Alaska Contact Us. Mining methods of the Klondike Gold Rush - Wikipedia . A dredge could do the work of 2,400 persons while operated by 10-12. It would create a pool of water that moved along with it as it dug up gravel in front and deposited it behind itself. Inside sand and gold particles were separated from rocks and then gold from. Get Price. Gold dredge ...

Get Price

Dredge No. 4 - Wikipedia

Gold dredge. Industry. Gold mining. Dredge No. 4 is a wooden-hulled bucketline sluice dredge that mined placer gold on the Yukon River from 1913 until 1959. It is now located along Bonanza Creek Road 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) south of the Klondike Highway near Dawson City, Yukon, where it is preserved as one of the National Historic Sites of Canada.

Get Price

Fortymile Gold Placers

Fortymile Gold Placers is a placer gold mining company located in the Yukon, in northern Canada. We operate as a registered partnership. The Fortymile River straddles the Yukon/Alaska border, with its headwaters in Alaska and its confluence with the Yukon River in the Yukon Territory. The Fortymile district was the site of the first gold rush in Yukon\Alaska in 1886. It has an extensive ...

Get Price

Yukon and Alaska Bound, Part 22. Gold Mining and Dredge No. 4

2015-01-15  Yukon and Alaska Bound, Part 22. Gold Mining and Dredge No. 4. Placer Gold Mining - Dredge No. 4 Gold Bottom Mine Tour. Gold that is! It's the 10th of July 2014 and we are waiting in front of the office at Gold Bottom Mine Tours office on Front Street in Dawson City, Yukon. Old Mine shaft: An active placer mining site: We are about to embark on a placer gold mine tour. Placer gold mining is ...

Get Price

History of Placer Mining on the Fortymile River

It discusses the discovery of placer gold, and its subsequent mining, both by hand mining and dredging. Gold was first discovered on the Fortymile River in 1886 in the vicinity of the Yukon-Alaska border. The discovery of gold on the Fortymile River led to the first major Yukon gold rush. In 1887, 115 miners were at work using picks shovels and rockers; using these hand tools they extracted ...

Get Price

2. Mining and Development Companies University of Alaska ...

Gold mining (31) Copper mining (7) Gold dredging (5) Hydraulic mining (4) Economic social conditions (3 ) Natural resources (3) Tin mining (3) Coal mining (2) Railroad construction maintenance (2) Silver mining (2) Actions defenses (1) Business enterprises (1) Fishing industry (1) Fur trade (1) Gold mining equipment (1) Gold rushes (1) Harbors (1) Industry (1) Lead mining (1) Mineral ...

Get Price