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1859 Vermont Gold Rush 2015

There's Gold on the Hill by the Rapids ! 2011-2015 Vermont Gold Rush. Circa 1859, the Vermont Gold Rush started near the railroad and telegraph Village of Ludlow. The Black River flows into Ludlow south of Plymouth Ponds.  Plymouth Pond is feed by many small brooks where gold is present. Buffalo Brook flows into Reading Pond Brook which feeds into Plymouth Pond…
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172,000 + Tonnes of Gold on Earth

Recreational Gold Nuggets from the Vermont Gold Rush during 2012. Estimated Counted Gold on earth or the gold reserve is near 172,000 tonnes.  1,000 kilograms is equivalent to approximately 2, pounds, tons (US) or tons (imperial). The usage is as follows: 49% for Jewelry, 19% Investment Bars and Coins, 17% Central Banks, 12% Industrial, 2% Unaccounted For, additional gold is mined…
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Panning Preparedness: Choosing the Proper Gold Pans

Ludlow, VT: Al's Antiques on VT103 North of the Village of Ludlow has many pans in stock to choose from. The blue pan offer multiple surfaces for gold separation. The blue pan is multi-stage. Wide riffles are used to  separate larger material and catch heavier pieces in the riffle. The blue pan also has smaller close riffles for finer material that remains as…
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Gold Rush Times on News Stands in Vermont’s Gold Region

The inaugural issue of The Gold Rush Times 2012, and the 2013, and 2014 issues are available in the Moreland Thrust Gold Belt area in Vermont. The historic area was home to the Vermont Gold Rush in 1859. Al's Antique's on VT 100 North near VT 103 in Ludlow Vermont is open year round. The sign outside says "Barn Sale". Prospecting gear…
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Vermont’s Above Ground Gold Nuggets

Vermont's unearthed Gold  Nuggets are well protected by a historical society. These nuggets were picked from several brooks in the heart of Vermont's Gold Rush Region. The Collection was donated when Laurence Curtis died. Unfortunately his gold pans, sluices, and other mining antiques were sold off in a family yard sale. Gold pans, maps, and prospecting gear is still available at…
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