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DELAMAR IDAHO BURIED IN THE SNOW 2017 GHOST TOWN MINING
 
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DELAMAR, NEVADA - GHOST TOWN 1893 - 1909 - 2
 
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I was already in one of the most remote, if not the most remote, parts of Nevada. I then decided to take the 16 mile journey off of paved road onto gravel road. The first 10 miles on the gravel road were pretty smooth. The last 6 miles... well.... let's say I don't recommend taking a passenger car on this adventure. No doubt in my mind you should take an off road vehicle with 4 wheel drive. I am very lucky I did not get stuck or break down driving a Chevy Sonic rental to this ghost town. I was not able to explore the entire ghost town and mines due to the roads being more than rough. I was diving over large rocks, extremely rutted paths along steep mountain slope roads with barely enough clearance on the side for the car I was driving. It was rough, scary, treacherous to say the least! The photos will tell the rest of the story. I also made a video of Delamar which will be uploaded as well. Delamar, Nevada (originally named Ferguson) was founded in In 1891 by prospectors John and Olivia Ferguson when they discovered gold around Monkeywrench Wash. A mining camp was then born. In April 1893, Captain Joseph Raphael De Lamar bought most of the high producing gold mines in the area for a whopping $150,000 and renamed the Ferguson camp as Delamar. Also in the same year, a newspaper called the Delamar Lode began publication and a post office was opened. It wasn't long before the town had more than 1,500 residents. There soon came a hospital, churches, opera house, school, many businesses, saloons and a theater. Entertainment was mostly brass bands, dance orchestras, and stage attractions at the opera house. From what I could tell during my exploration there are many foundations left of what looked to be mine worker housing. It looked to be rows of "apartment" complexes. Several long rows of foundations containing about 10 rooms each going up the mountain slope. Most of the buildings were built from native rock found in the area. By 1896, the mill was moving upwards of 260 tons of ore daily. Water for the camp was pumped from a well in Meadow Valley Wash, 12 miles away.Supplies, food, and most other goods were transported over 150 miles by mule teams over mountainous terrain from the railroad at Milford, Utah. Most of the gold was hauled out by mule teams as well. Delamar had the nickname "The Widow-Maker". This was because of the dry drilling method used to separate the gold from the quartzite it was found in. The dry milling of quartzite created a fine silica dust, also known as "death dust" which contains particles of glass like rock. When this fine dust was breathed it most often caused mine workers as well as nearby residents to develop a disease of the lungs called silicosis. This resulted in death, hence the nickname "The Widow-maker". It is said that there were over 400 widows living in Delamar at one point. Delamar produced over $25,000,000 in gold during it's life. The town was abandoned in 1909 when gold production slowed to a halt. At the turn of the 12th century Delamar was the leading producer of gold. I have read that people did go back to Delamar in the 1930s to continue mining but it only lasted a mere 5 years, don't take my word for this though because I do not know if it is a fact. You can find a longer description on my Facebook page Facebook.com/wurthit
Delamar inside the mines.wmv
 
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checking out the Mines - they moved solid ROCK for $3 a day
Views: 324 Robert Sult
Silver City, Idaho
 
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A Short History of Silver City, Idaho (Source: www.historicsilvercityidaho.com) Silver City, Idaho is one of the few old mining towns that did not burn down or become commercialized into a modern city. Visiting Silver City is like going back into history. The Idaho Hotel is as it was 100 years ago with a few modern amenities. Sinker Creek Outfitters will provide you with a historic ride back into history on horse back exploring the Owyhee Mountains, Silver City, Empire City, Ruby City and more. At Pat's What Not Shop, books, souvenirs, local mineral samples are available. Silver City Fire and Rescue Store provides Art, Antiques,Gifts & Backroom Bargains. Rugged and picturesque, the 8,000 feet-high Owyhee Mountains surround Silver City, elevation 6,200'. The history-filled town contains about seventy-five structures that date from the 1860's to the early 1900's. During its "heydays", Silver City had about a dozen streets, seventy-five businesses, three hundred homes, a population of around 2,500, twelve ore-processing mills, and was the Owyhee County seat from 1866 to 1934. Some of the largest stage lines in the West operated in the area, and Silver City had the first telegraph and the first daily newspaper in the territory in 1874. Telephones were in use here at least by 1880, and the town was "electrified" in the 1890's. There were four separate burial areas nearby, with a few very interesting stones remaining; some quite large and elaborately carved. All are well worth the hike to see and photograph. More that two dozen camps provided shelter, supplies and amusement for the thousands of people who came to the mountains seeking their fortunes in one way or another. The ruins of some of these can still be found though nature is reclaiming most of them at an accelerated rate. Almost a dozen cemeteries and many more remote burial sites attest to the hard and sometimes dangerous and violent lives led by many. Hundreds of mines pock-mark and honeycomb the mountains; one had upwards of seventy miles of tunnels laboriously hand-dug through it. Between 1863 and 1865, more than two hundred and fifty mines were in operation and hundreds more were developed thereafter. Through the seventy-odd years of mining, more than twelve ore-processing mills gleaned rich rewards in tons of gold and silver. Large stacks of gold and silver ingots were photographed for posterity. At the very least, sixty million dollars worth of precious metals were taken from the area. At today's prices, that amount would be even more impressive. At the present time, there are no major mines operating in the area. The De Lamar Silver Mine began operation in 1977, shut down in 2000, and is one of the largest open pit gold and silver mines in the U.S. Today 4 businesses are open in Silver City. The historic Idaho Hotel, Sinker Creek Outfitter's, Pat's What Not Shop and Silver City Fire & Rescue Store. Each has a link on the left side of this page to take you to their respective pages. Also visit ghosttowns.com for more information on Silver City, Idaho and surrounding mining and ghost towns. music: www.bensound
Views: 43 Patrick E
Silver City Idaho
 
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A Short History of Silver City, Idaho Silver City, Idaho is one of the few old mining towns that did not burn down or become commercialized into a modern city. Visiting Silver City is like going back into history. The Idaho Hotel is as it was 100 years ago with a few modern amenities. Sinker Creek Outfitters will provide you with a historic ride back into history on horse back exploring the Owyhee Mountains, Silver City, Empire City, Ruby City and more. And at Pat's What Not Shop, books, souvenirs, local mineral samples are available. Rugged and picturesque, the 8,000 feet-high Owyhee Mountains surround Silver City, elevation 6,200'. The history-filled town contains about seventy-five structures that date from the 1860's to the early 1900's. During its "heydays", Silver City had about a dozen streets, seventy-five businesses, three hundred homes, a population of around 2,500, twelve ore-processing mills, and was the Owyhee County seat from 1866 to 1934. Some of the largest stage lines in the West operated in the area, and Silver City had the first telegraph and the first daily newspaper in the territory in 1874. Telephones were in use here at least by 1880, and the town was "electrified" in the 1890's. There were four separate burial areas nearby, with a few very interesting stones remaining; some quite large and elaborately carved. All are well worth the hike to see and photograph. More that two dozen camps provided shelter, supplies and amusement for the thousands of people who came to the mountains seeking their fortunes in one way or another. The ruins of some of these can still be found though nature is reclaiming most of them at an accelerated rate. Almost a dozen cemeteries and many more remote burial sites attest to the hard and sometimes dangerous and violent lives led by many. Hundreds of mines pock-mark and honeycomb the mountains; one had upwards of seventy miles of tunnels laboriously hand-dug through it. Between 1863 and 1865, more than two hundred and fifty mines were in operation and hundreds more were developed thereafter. Through the seventy-odd years of mining, more than twelve ore-processing mills gleaned rich rewards in tons of gold and silver. Large stacks of gold and silver ingots were photographed for posterity. At the very least, sixty million dollars worth of precious metals were taken from the area. At today's prices, that amount would be even more impressive. At the present time, there are no major mines operating in the area. The De Lamar Silver Mine began operation in 1977, shut down in 2000, and is one of the largest open pit gold and silver mines in the U.S. Today 3 businesses are open in Silver City. The historic Idaho Hotel, Sinker Creek Outfitter's and Pat's What Not Shop. Each have a link on the left side of this page to take you to their respective pages. Also visit ghosttowns.com for more photos and information on Silver City, Idaho and surrounding mining and ghost towns.
Views: 16106 Ty Palmer
Delamar Nevada. Mining. Whiskey Bottle.
 
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FULL PINT PUMPKIN SEED WHISKEY FLASK.
Views: 369 Jon Aurich
Exploring Delamar Valley, NV - DAY 1
 
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Delamar Valley is located in Lincoln County, NV about 2 hours north of Las Vegas. Best known for the ghost town of Delamar and it's rich mining history, this remote and wild region is also an excellent place to view wildlife. Wild horses and big horn sheep sightings are common. Zack & I recently spent 3 days exploring this beautiful area in my Jeep Wrangler JKU. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Music: www.hooksounds.com
Nevada Mining Series (Part 1)  - From Pickaxe to GPS
 
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Part 1 of 4. Learn the history of the silver rush in Nevada and how it shaped and how it shaped modern mining today.
Views: 1146 nevadamining
Ghost Towns of Idaho and Montana #1
 
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Explore Idaho and Montana's Ghost Towns along with the breath-taking scenery and other interesting places along the way. We'll try to see most of the abandoned buildings and even look inside a few. Starting at DeLamar and Silver City, Idaho, Idaho City, Placerville, Stanley, Sunbeam, Bonanza, Custer, Bayhorse, Tendoy, and Leadore. Then in Montana, we'll see: Bannack, Nevada City, Virginia City, Pony, Maiden, Giltedge, Kendall, Landusky, Great Falls, Helena, Marysville, Wickes, Comet, Butte, Anaconda, Cable, Georgetown, Southern Cross, Granite, Phillipsburg, Missoula, Superior, and Keystone. Then in Idaho again, we'll see Wallace and Burke, then we'll go through Coeur d' Alene and Spokane, Washington.
Views: 30302 Dan Holt
Ghost Towns of Oregon #2C (Blitzen)
 
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A video Tour to see some Oregon Ghost Towns: Blitzen, Diamond, Danner, DeLamar, and Silver City, Idaho. We'll also see Frenchglen, Alvord Desert, Pete French's Round Barn, Fields and Lakeview, Oregon with it's Geyser.
Views: 3381 Dan Holt
How Mining Claims Were Patented - Gold Rush Expeditions - 2017
 
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What exactly does it mean for a mining claim to be patented and how does a claim become patented? Check out this video to find out!
Belmont Mill, Nevada: Ghost Town
 
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Walk around the old mining buildings at Belmont Mill, Nevada.
Views: 542 Relic Ryan
Silver City Idaho
 
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From a few years back, actually. This is coming down the southern hill with my stepson and his friend. A Short History of Silver City, Idaho Silver City, Idaho is one of the few old mining towns that did not burn down or become commercialized into a modern city. Visiting Silver City is like going back into history. The Idaho Hotel is as it was 100 years ago with a few modern amenities. Sinker Creek Outfitters will provide you with a historic ride back into history on horse back exploring the Owyhee Mountains, Silver City, Empire City, Ruby City and more. At Pat's What Not Shop, books, souvenirs, local mineral samples are available. Silver City Fire and Rescue Store provides Art, Antiques,Gifts & Backroom Bargains. Rugged and picturesque, the 8,000 feet-high Owyhee Mountains surround Silver City, elevation 6,200'. The history-filled town contains about seventy-five structures that date from the 1860's to the early 1900's. During its "heydays", Silver City had about a dozen streets, seventy-five businesses, three hundred homes, a population of around 2,500, twelve ore-processing mills, and was the Owyhee County seat from 1866 to 1934. Some of the largest stage lines in the West operated in the area, and Silver City had the first telegraph and the first daily newspaper in the territory in 1874. Telephones were in use here at least by 1880, and the town was "electrified" in the 1890's. There were four separate burial areas nearby, with a few very interesting stones remaining; some quite large and elaborately carved. All are well worth the hike to see and photograph. More that two dozen camps provided shelter, supplies and amusement for the thousands of people who came to the mountains seeking their fortunes in one way or another. The ruins of some of these can still be found though nature is reclaiming most of them at an accelerated rate. Almost a dozen cemeteries and many more remote burial sites attest to the hard and sometimes dangerous and violent lives led by many. Hundreds of mines pock-mark and honeycomb the mountains; one had upwards of seventy miles of tunnels laboriously hand-dug through it. Between 1863 and 1865, more than two hundred and fifty mines were in operation and hundreds more were developed thereafter. Through the seventy-odd years of mining, more than twelve ore-processing mills gleaned rich rewards in tons of gold and silver. Large stacks of gold and silver ingots were photographed for posterity. At the very least, sixty million dollars worth of precious metals were taken from the area. At today's prices, that amount would be even more impressive. At the present time, there are no major mines operating in the area. The De Lamar Silver Mine began operation in 1977, shut down in 2000, and is one of the largest open pit gold and silver mines in the U.S. Today 4 businesses are open in Silver City. The historic Idaho Hotel, Sinker Creek Outfitter's, Pat's What Not Shop and Silver City Fire & Rescue Store. Each has a link on the left side of this page to take you to their respective pages. Also visit ghosttowns.com for more information on Silver City, Idaho and surrounding mining and ghost towns.
Views: 10 JadedFish Studio
Idaho mining claim reveals gold claim secrets ! ! !
 
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AMAZING historic gold claim find , secrets revealed! ! ! ! ! !
Views: 1567 GreyBeard
"Delamar Project In South West Idaho" Gwen Preston and Chris Gordon, Director, Investor Relations
 
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Gwen Preston, Editor of Resource Maven, interviews Integra Resources Corp., Chris Gordon Director, Investor Relations, at the November 10+11, 2017 Metals Investor Forum. ________________________________________________________________ The companies presenting at the Metals Investor Forum are as vetted as it gets – they have already cleared the high hurdle of earning the coverage from the newsletter writers’ as companies with excellent management teams, great financials and promising properties. All newsletter writers’ stress that the first quality on that list – excellent management – is essential to the success of a junior mining company. The problem is that it’s hard to assess management without being able to look them in the eye and ask the questions that matter to you. The Metals Investor Forum gives you that time. Subscribe to our channel to stay up to date on the latest insights moving the metals markets. For more breaking news, visit https://metalsinvestorforum.com Follow us on social media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/metalsinvestorf LinkedIn - https://ca.linkedin.com/company/metals-investor-forum Don’t forget to sign up for Metals Investor Forum’s Video Library: https://www.metalsinvestorforum.com/videos Stay connected by subscribing to Metals Investor Forum’s Newsletter: https://www.metalsinvestorforum.com/newsletter-subscribe
Del Mar // Idaho
 
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Views: 169 Del Mar
Exploring the Abandoned Volcano Mine Near Pioche, NV
 
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On the way to Pioche, NV we saw this abandoned mine from the highway. Turned out to be the Volcano Mine. The site featured an old engine room and hoisting house as well as a headframe over a vertical shaft. Numerous adits are on-site, and we explored one that had a collapsed entrance. The mine tunnel we explored turned out to be very extensive.
How to Afford Your Mining Claim - Gold Rush Expeditions - 2017
 
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We know that mining claims can be expensive, but we believe that nothing should get in the way of reaching your mining dreams. That's why we offer in house financing!
Paranormal investigation of the Masonic Lodge in Silver City, Idaho
 
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Originally aired on KIVI Channel 6 on 10/31/2017.
Views: 83 dlocksmith
Nevada Abandoned Mine Documentary (PSA)
 
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Presented here for historical preservation only. I think this was produced by KLVX Ch. 10 or Vegas PBS in 1991. I also believe this is a public service announcement (PSA) about the dangers of abandoned mines. It seems to push "nightmare fuel".
Views: 356 FWP Film Network
Black Widow Mine Exploration: Ghost Caught on Tape?
 
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We recently undertook an arduous, mountainous hike to the remote, abandoned Black Widow Mine where we discovered many interesting things including a possible ghost that we inadvertently caught on tape. Many thanks to YouTuber Max Wheeler for pointing out this strange anomaly in the video. The Black Widow Mine is a massive mine with over 7000 feet of workings spread out through six complicated levels. The mine is accessed via two tunnel entrances. One entrance is much higher on the mountain than the other one. The upper and lower workings are connected inside the mine by a 300-foot inclined winze. This was an impressive mine, and the strenuous hike to reach it was definitely worth it. Towards the end of the video, we inadvertently caught something on tape that defies explanation. A possible ghost sighting? You be the judge. We also explored the mining camp located outside the upper tunnel entrance. Interesting, unusual things you will see in this video besides the "ghost" include an intact, antique Master Lock from the early 1900s and a hangman's noose (yes, a noose!) strung up deep in the lower workings.
The Abandoned Mine
 
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Views: 48 Meme Gaming HD
Delamar Ghost Town - 4wd Road Nevada
 
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Delamar is a ghost town located in Lincoln County, NV approximately 75 miles north of Las Vegas. Gold was discovered in 1889 and Delamar soon boasted a population of over 3000 people. By 1909 it was the largest gold producing region in the state but shortly after the gold paid out and the town was rapidly abandoned. For the full offroad trail guide please visit: https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/... Music: www.hooksounds.com
Views: 291 trailsoffroad.com
The City That Banned Bitcoin Mining
 
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On March 15th, 2018, the city of Plattsburgh in upstate New York issued an 18-month moratorium on cryptocurrency mining. Plattsburgh is part of a long-standing power agreement that gives the city an allotment of some of the cheapest electricity anywhere in the world, but a recent influx of cryptomining companies and their energy-draining rigs have raised power prices at the expense of the general population. The ban is meant to be a temporary arrangement, but it could potentially end all cryptomining investment in the city. WATCH NEXT: CryptoHarlem is Teaching Encryption to the Over-Policed and Heavily Surveilled -- https://vice.video/2EJvKlg Subscribe to MOTHERBOARD: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-To-MOTHERBOARD Follow MOTHERBOARD Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/motherboardtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/motherboard Tumblr: http://motherboardtv.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/motherboardtv More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
Views: 141280 Motherboard
The Mines of Paris
 
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Views: 1704 Paranoid Times
Silver City Ghost Town | Old Historic Mining Town | Idaho | USA | HD
 
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Silver City is a near ghost town and a small residential community in Lyon County, Nevada, USA, near the Lyon/Carson border. The population as of the 2000 census was 170. Located in the beautiful Kern River Valley near Lake Isabella, California, Silver City Ghost Town is home to 21 historic structures and is operated as a museum and film location. It has been featured on Bio HD, A&E, The History Channel, in dozens of film shoots, music videos, commercials, and periodicals. It is open to the public daily where guests of all ages can experience the history and the mystery of the site. For a Better experience, turn on Subtitles and Translations. Silver City Ghost Town - http://silvercityghosttown.com/ Silver City | Nevada - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_City,_Nevada Follow American Ghost Towns on Twitter - https://twitter.com/USAGhostTowns Follow me on Google+ - https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/111916074221126532435/+AmericanGhostTownsUSA Tumblr - https://ameicanghosttowns.tumblr.com/ All my Video's - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOO0S6n6v01GENe1Z3RhLB60ojgfDH5vd About my Channel. Welcome to my channel, the OFFICIAL home of American Ghost Towns, I make video's about Ghost Towns in America and other parts of the world, with the HISTORY and FACTS about these towns. Also video's about Travel and People. Don't Forget to Like, Share and Subscribe here - https://www.youtube.com/c/AmericanGhostTownsUSA Thanks for visiting.
Views: 5357 American Ghost Towns
Calico - Rappelling 150' Omega Mine Shaft
 
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SDME and Underground Explorers explore the Omega Mine in Calico, CA where we find a huge stope room with 10+ stories of timber cribbing and wild miners in their "natural habitat". San Diego Mine Enthusiasts - Documenting and preserving our nations mining history for the education of all. "Embraced, not erased!" Don't try this at home!!
Views: 34644 RetroElectroville
The Notorious B.I.G. - Who Shot Ya?
 
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Official audio to The Notorious B.I.G's "Who Shot Ya?" (C) 1994 Bad Boy Records Lyrics: [Intro: Puffy] As we proceed to give you what you need 9-5, motherfuckers Get live, motherfuckers As we proceed to give you what you need 9-5, motherfuckers Get live, motherfuckers As we proceed to give you what you need Now turn the mics up East Coast, motherfuckers Turn that mic up Bad Boy, motherfuckers Yeah, that beat is knocking to that microphone Turn that shit the fuck up Uh, what? Turn it up louder, yeah, uh As we proceed to give you what you need J.M. motherfuckers J.M. motherfuckers 9-5, motherfuckers [Verse 1] Who shot ya? Separate the weak from the obsolete Hard to creep them Brooklyn streets It's on nigga, fuck all that bickering beef I can hear sweat trickling down your cheek Your heartbeat sound like Sasquatch feet Thundering, shaking the concrete Then the shit stop when I foil the plot Neighbors call the cops, said they heard mad shots Saw me in the drop, three and a quarter Slaughter, electrical tape around your daughter Old school/new school need to learn though I burn, baby, burn like "Disco Inferno" Burn slow like blunts with yayo Peel more skins than Idaho Potato Niggas know: the lyrical molesting is taking place Fucking with B.I.G. it ain't safe I make your skin chafe, rashes on them asses Bumps and bruises, blunts and Land Cruisers Big Poppa smash fools, bash fools Niggas mad because I know that cash rules Everything around me two Glock 9s Any motherfucker whispering about mines And I'm Crooklyn's finest You rewind this, Bad Boy's behind this [Interlude] As we proceed to give you what you need 9-5, motherfuckers Get live, motherfuckers As we proceed to give you what you need East Coast, motherfuckers Bad Boy, motherfuckers Get high, motherfuckers Get high, motherfuckers Smoke blunts, motherfuckers Get high, motherfuckers Ready to die, motherfuckers 9-5, motherfuckers [Verse 2] I seen the light excite all the freaks Stack mad chips, spread love with my peeps Niggas wanna creep, gotta watch my back Think the Cognac and indo sack make me slack? I switches all that, cocksucker G's up One false move, get Swiss cheesed up Clip to TEC, respect I demand it Slip and break the 11th Commandment Thou shalt not fuck with nor see Poppa Feel a thousand deaths when I drop ya I feel for you, like Chaka Khan I'm the don Pussy when I want, Rolex on the arm You'll die slow but calm Recognize my face, so there won't be no mistake So you know where to tell Jake, lame nigga Brave nigga, turned front page nigga Puff Daddy flips daily I smoke the blunts he sips on the Baileys On the rocks, tote Glocks at christenings Hammer cock, in the fire position and... [Outro] Come here, come here, (It ain't gotta be like that, Big) Open your fucking mouth, open your—didn't I tell you? Don't fuck with me? (Come on, man) Huh? Didn't I tell you not to fuck with me? (Come on, man) Look at you now, huh? (Come on, man) Can't talk with a gun in your mouth, huh? Bitch-ass nigga, what? Who shot ya? [6 gunshots]​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ [Outro: Puffy] To give you what you need 9-5, motherfuckers Get live, motherfuckers (who shot ya?) Get high, motherfuckers Ready to die, motherfuckers, hah! As we proceed (who shot ya?) To give you what you need 9-5, motherfuckers East Coast, motherfucker (Who shot ya?) West Coast, motherfuckers West Coast, motherfuckers, hah! As we proceed, to give you what you need As we proceed to give you what you need Get live, motherfuckers 9-5, motherfuckers Get money, motherfuckers As we proceed to give you what you need Get live, motherfuckers 9-5, motherfuckers J.M. motherfuckers J.M. motherfuckers As we proceeeeeeed to give you what you need… 9-5
Views: 50053477 Notorious Big
Delamar Nv Ghost town and mining camp. A photo ode.
 
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A photo ode to the rockopolis of Delama Nevada Links to interior mine videos made by others. Delamar Mine 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1ta7BXat90 Delamar 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayA8F-RlyqA
Views: 219 BaconNBeer
Delamar Nevada. Bottles.
 
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Items from Delamar.
Views: 470 Jon Aurich
Gunsite Mine Exploration
 
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SDME explore the Gunsite Mine in Tecopa, CA. We ascend 250+ ft of vertical ladders into the upper reaches of the mine before descending the decline another from the main adit level 500+ ft, passing large stopes and ballrooms along the way. San Diego Mine Enthusiasts - Documenting and preserving our nations mining history for the education of all. "Embraced, not erased!" Don't try this at home!!
Views: 23206 RetroElectroville
Old mines in Nevada
 
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Going inside an old gold mine
Exploring the ghost town of Custer
 
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In this video, I explore the old ghost town of Custer Idaho. This town has been taken over by the Idaho parks department and preserved so that we can continue to enjoy it. Take a walk around with me as I meet Steven and Morgan and try to get a drink in the saloon.
Views: 355 Detours with Frank
Abandoned Mining Camp
 
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Exploring the remains of an abandoned desert mining camp.
Views: 106 Aimless Adventures
Tunnel Camp, Pershing County, Nevada
 
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Tunnel Camp came about when the Nevada State Mining Company in 1927 decided to build a 100-ton cyanide mill on the site, in addition to boring a tunnel through rock to the Seven Troughs mines on the other side of the mountain. The purpose of the tunnel was to improve the drainage and haulage that hampered the previous owner Seven Troughs Coalition Mining Company. During the 2-1/2 mile boring operation, several gold veins were found. When wet rock was encountered, the costs went through the roof and the boring ceased in 1934.
Bannack
 
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Views: 1321 Stacey Doll
Gold Sampling in Dixie Valley, Nevada
 
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The Delta mine is located in the valley just SW of Chalk Mountain in the Dixie Valley of NW Nevada. Here I am sampling a claim for sale. If you are interested in the Fritz Dry Washer I use, please see the videos I have specifically on this product. Here are the coordinates for the Delta mine for sale by The Department of Land Transfer Information: N 39 degrees, 19.237' by W 118 degrees, 08.271'
Views: 1868 callmeBe
January 2018, Metals Investor Forum: Gwen Preston "Recap of My Picks"
 
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Gwen Preston, Publisher, Resource Maven delivers a presentation at the Janaury 19 and January 20, 2018 Metals Investor Forum. ________________________________________________________________ The companies presenting at the Metals Investor Forum are as vetted as it gets – they have already cleared the high hurdle of earning the coverage from the newsletter writers’ as companies with excellent management teams, great financials and promising properties. All newsletter writers’ stress that the first quality on that list – excellent management – is essential to the success of a junior mining company. The problem is that it’s hard to assess management without being able to look them in the eye and ask the questions that matter to you. The Metals Investor Forum gives you that time. Subscribe to our channel to stay up to date on the latest insights moving the metals markets. For more breaking news, visit https://metalsinvestorforum.com Follow us on social media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/metalsinvestorf LinkedIn - https://ca.linkedin.com/company/metals-investor-forum Don’t forget to sign up for Metals Investor Forum’s Video Library: https://www.metalsinvestorforum.com/videos Stay connected by subscribing to Metals Investor Forum’s Newsletter: https://www.metalsinvestorforum.com/newsletter-subscribe
Views: 4338 Metals Investor Forum
Midway Placer Claim - Nevada - 2016
 
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Website: https://www.goldrushexpeditions.com/ Mining Claims for Sale: http://goldrushexpeditions.com/fb-mining-claims-for-sale/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoldRushExpedinc/ Originally known as the Pigeon Springs Mine, this placer claim is one of the most prolific gold producing placer claims in Nevada. The claim site is covered in historical relics, some of which are still operational. The previous claim owner built up quite a large complex of machinery over the years, and with a little work the entire operation could be fixed up and restarted. While the claim is workable by a small team of miners, your best bet to see large returns is by using heavy equipment to move/haul the pay dirt. Either way, USGS reports show that there is likely several thousand ounces of gold still waiting to be uncovered in the various washes on the claim.
Delamar Ghost town.wmv
 
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Cemetery Hiking Camping - Target Shooting Inside - Stay out Stay Alive
Views: 390 Robert Sult
Integra Resources CEO Debriefs Drill Intercept on DeLamar Project
 
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Views: 1320 StockPulse
Abandoned Mine Exploration *With Bat Attack*
 
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This trip started as a field test of our updated gear and turned into another great adventure. I hope you enjoy. Please feel free to comment and I'll respond. Hitting the like button shows your support and subscribing will keep you updated with our next excursion.
Views: 724 usmc4hire
Northern Nevada Ghost Towns
 
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This is a visit to Northern Nevada and see some of it's best Ghost Towns.
Views: 5850 Dan Holt
Reclamation Oregon - Gold Rush Expeditions - 2017
 
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Our public lands are under attack. Join us as we take a look at the Dan E. Stahler reclamation in Oregon, where much of the site has been destroyed. Visit https://goldrushexpeditions.com for more information on mining and how to fight back.
The Ghost Town of Pine Grove, Lyon County, Nevada.
 
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Gold was discovered here in 1866 by William Wilson. By summer, the area was saturated with prospectors. The town site was originally named Wilsonville, but was changed to Pine Grove in 1868. By this time the townsite had a post office, the weekly News, and a population of around 200. Two steam-powered stamp mills and three arrastras treated both gold and silver ores. Supplies were brought in by freight lines from as far away as Sacramento California. By the early 1870s the population had swelled to 600, and the town was comprised of five saloons, three hotels, general stores, hardware store, Wells Fargo agent, dance hall, blacksmith shops, barber shops, school, livery stables, and two doctor’s offices. There were two large mines, the Wilson Mine and the Wheeler Mine. By 1893, these two mills produced $8 million in bullion. After the demonetization of silver in 1893, the Pine Grove mines were only worked intermittenly.
Abandoned Mine Exploration - Lucky Strike Mines
 
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Mojave Underground Inc. visits abandoned mines in the San Rafael Swell area. The Blue Ribbon Mines are home to a very unique ore bin. The Copper Globe is still in amazing condition, and over 100 years old, The Lucky Strike and Dirty Devil Mines are Uranium mines, and quite extensive. All of these mines are set to be closed forever, never to be seen again, by the State of Utah's Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining (DOGM). Mojave Underground visited these mines in an effort to document and preserve them. http://www.mojaveunderground.com
Views: 25113 emike09fcmc
Exploring the Bristol Silver Mines & Bristol Ghost Town
 
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Spent a day exploring the well-preserved and fascinating ghost town of Bristol and its Bristol Silver Mines. This video shows an underground exploration of one of the many mines in Bristol. Also featured are an examination of the Snyder Shaft, the hoist house, and various large pieces of mining machinery such as engines and compressors.
Nevada City, MT Ghost Town
 
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Ghost town of the Alder Gulch Gold field in Southwestern Montana.
Views: 7109 Tim Kelly

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