Mining group journal article, cabinet card, photo of armed miners (lot 9) (115116)

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Mining group journal article, cabinet card, photo of armed miners (lot 9)  (115116)
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This item SOLD at 2020 Apr 17 @ 13:30UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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A mining company was founded by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mill in Coloma, California. The news of gold on January 24, 1848 brought an influx of people seeking their fortune: Mining companies sprang up. California's Gold Rush of 1849, First Day of Issue with scene,is postmarked June 18, 1999 To name a few of the mining companies that opened for business were 1)Hobert Gold Mining Co. SF CA. 2)The Gold and Silver Extraction Co. of America, Limited, Denver Co., October 1898. 3)South Ford Mining Co.,Golden Star Mining Co. February 1899. 4)Wallapai Mining and Development Co., Dec 1989. 5)The Palace Gold and Copper Company, Buffalo, N.Y. 1904. 6)Gold Rush Centennial Alameda California, June 1912. 7)The Comet Gold Mining and Milling Co.November 1937 8)Alaska First Day Cover with Scene. 1949 Centenary of Discovery of Gold in California, Jan 1948. Case Boy Consolidated Mining Co.. Augs 1921. Golden Star Mining Co., Hollister CA. Feb 1833.

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