Greenhorn with question about Western Kansas
Last Post 11 Sep 2017 01:28 PM by WALTER EASON. 3 Replies.
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Marc HuebnerUser is Offline
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08 Sep 2017 12:30 PM

    Hi I am about as green as it gets. Has anyone tried western Kansas streams and creeks? I am just assuming some of the water coming from Colorado and Wyoming would push some flower gold this way. From what I have been researching most of the land is privately owned but there has places that are not and can be checked. Just not wanting to drive 12 hours or 14 hours to Colorado to go prospecting.

    WILLIAM HALLUser is Offline
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    08 Sep 2017 06:02 PM
    Welcome to the club of gooold fever Marc,

    Sorry, I have no intel to offer in respect to Kansas, other than that is where Dorthy and Toto were from

    I would research glacial gold in Kansas, maybe find some sort of helpful info
    Gold left behind when glaciers melted in one of those globle warming times back in the day.

    Good luck in your search,
    Bill
    So much river....So little time....Get out there
    Marc HuebnerUser is Offline
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    09 Sep 2017 12:01 AM
    Thank you Mr. Hall I will do that.
    WALTER EASONUser is Offline
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    11 Sep 2017 01:28 PM
    Hi Marc: here is a link to a map of those parts with gold mapped. I think this was found in the library of Congress. You can get a higher resolution by choosing it in a menu below. web site is  https://lccn.loc.gov/2004629248
    This is of Nebraska and Kansas.
    If you notice an error in the Online Mining Guide or with claim information please add in the updated information into the online mining guide to inform other members. Thank You Walter H. Eason
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