GOLD HAND DREDGE - HAND DREDGE

Gold hand dredge - Ilumina gold premium edition - Yellow gold or white gold.

Gold Hand Dredge


gold hand dredge
    dredge
  • Clean out the bed of (a harbor, river, or other area of water) by scooping out mud, weeds, and rubbish with a dredge
  • search (as the bottom of a body of water) for something valuable or lost
  • cover before cooking; "dredge the chicken in flour before frying it"
  • Bring up or clear (something) from a river, harbor, or other area of water with a dredge
  • a power shovel to remove material from a channel or riverbed
  • Bring to people's attention an unpleasant or embarrassing fact or incident that had been forgotten
    gold
  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
  • An alloy of this
  • coins made of gold
    hand
  • guide or conduct or usher somewhere; "hand the elderly lady into the taxi"
  • pass: place into the hands or custody of; "hand me the spoon, please"; "Turn the files over to me, please"; "He turned over the prisoner to his lawyers"
  • The end part of a person's arm beyond the wrist, including the palm, fingers, and thumb
  • A similar prehensile organ forming the end part of a limb of various mammals, such as that on all four limbs of a monkey
  • Operated by or held in the hand
  • the (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb; "he had the hands of a surgeon"; "he extended his mitt"
gold hand dredge - Gold Testing
Gold Testing Kit: Test Stone, Acid, and mini Troy Ounce Scale
Gold Testing Kit: Test Stone, Acid, and mini Troy Ounce Scale
This electronic pocket balance is perfect for virtually any small item you can think of, and has been used within the home as well as by professionals. The Tare button allows you to reset the scale to 0 while in use. The removable cover protects the scale's platform while not in use AND doubles as an expansion tray. The bright green, high contrast LCD display makes it very easy to read in all settings. Scale measures 3.25" x 2" x 0.8". THE ACID TEST--Rub the coin or metal on the testing stone. -After doing this it will leave a gold streak on the stone. -Leave a drop of the 22K solution on the scratch made. *If the solution dissolves your scratch on the stone this indicates that the object is less than 22K gold or not even gold at all. *Should the solution leave your scratch intact, your object is 22K or greater in purity. *If the acid takes a while to dissolve the metal and leaves rusty material behind, it is likely your test sample is real gold but is less than 22k pure. *If the acid solution leaves your scratch intact, your coin is either 22k or 24k gold.

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Bonanza Cemetery
Bonanza Cemetery
Who's in the Bonanza Cemetery Bonanza Gravesites AH SAM Died 1894, Gunshot wound. - Shot by the Chinese cook at the Blacks Mine. Reported in the Silver Messenger, September 11, 1894. AH YOUNG Worked as a cook on the Stanley Gold Dredge. When he died of a heart attack, he was buried there, then exhumed and transported to the Bonanza graveyard. He received his residence paper #136652 from Helena, Montana. ANDERSON, CHRIS Native of Sweden. Approximately 53 years old. Died at Custer, Idaho on December 9, 1903. BAIRD, EDWARD Born, 1837 - Died June 3, 1897, Old timer in the area who had been a soldier. Died by his own hand, suicide by gunshot, as reported by the Silver Messenger June 3, 1897. BARKER, MARTIN Died in Custer, Idaho at the Nevada House on Monday, March 25, 1889 of spinal meningitis at age 35. He was a prospector on Sheep Mountain and Seafoam areas. Owned Vanity, Mountain King, Ella Day, MKH, and other claims. Born in Bash County, Kentucky. BELLAMY, HARRY Birthplace unknown. Born 1850 - Died at Custer, Idaho on December 2, 1912. BENEFIEL, EMMA Born 1843, wife of John R. Benefiel of Custer. Died on October 13, 1880. BENERELLI, ELIZA Died October 1880 at age (38 or 88). Buried in Bonanza. "Sacred to the Memory of Eliza Emma, wife of J.R. Benerelli". BURTON, ESTELLA M. Born October 23, 1851. Died at Custer, Idaho on May 1, 1903. BURTON, JAMES W. Died November 21, 1895 at Custer, Idaho. Age 55. Was scratched while unloading a truck, consequently, he died of blood poisoning. He was a merchant, postmaster, and GAR of Lincolin Post #15 of Challis. CAREY, MIKE Born 1850 in Ireland - died at Custer, Idaho on October 21, 1897. CEARLEY, JAMES L. Born in North Carolina in 1839. Died at Custer, Idaho on March 17, 1902. Killed in an accident at the Lucky Boy Mine. Had nine children, served as a lieutenant of the volunteers in the Nez Pierce War. CEARLEY, JAMES JR. Born 1882 at Bonanza. Worked at Clayton Silver Mine. Died from Miner's Lung at Bonanza, Idaho on May 8, 1937. Died sitting in front of the small house at the lower end of Bonanza. CENTAURAS, HENRY Born in Hanover, Germany in 1847. Mined along the Salmon River from Sunbeam Dam to Burnt Creek. Made a stake and returned to Germany where it is reported the fortune was taken away by authorities. He returned to Idaho and started mining again to make another fortune. He died at Custer, Idaho on July 16, 1921. CENTAUR AS, HERMAN Born 1849 in Hanover, Germany. Died 1923. CENTAURAS, MARGARET(MYERS) Born in Hamburg, Germany on March 28, 1855. Came to the United States at age 17. Married Herman Centauras in 1878. Lived for 42 years in Custer County. Died of pneumonia on May 1, 1929 at Challis, Idaho. Taken to Bonanza Cemetery for burial. CENTAURAS, MAY (MARY) Born October 23, 1883 - Died September 18, 1900 at age 17. Died of typhoid fever. CERAMELINE, ANDREA Born in Italy. Died July 8, 1910 when the air shaft to the Sunbeam mine plugged with ice and snow, Andrea climbed up from inside and placed a charge of black powder at the plug. He miscalculated the time necessary to reach safety and was killed in the explosion. CEREGHINO, JOSEPH Native of Italy. Born in 1848 - died at Bonanza, Idaho on October 31, 1905. Left three sisters living in Italy. CLAUDE, JOSEPH Born 1834. First mining death at Golconda Mine, by injuries due to falling rock on September 15, 1879. Buried one mile west of Bonanza. CLAWSON, CALVIN C. Born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 1840. Died at his home between Custer and Bonanza, Idaho on May 15, 1911. Had been a writer for the Silver Messenger under the non de plume of "Graph" for 30 years. Crossed the plains with oxen teams in 1866. Came to Custer County in 1878. CLAWSON, CZARINA (LLEWELLYN) Born January 29, 1840 at Morgantown, West Virginia. Died at family home between Custer and Bonanza, Idaho on February 14, 1905. Was of Welsh descent. CRAFTS, TREVOR Born September 1881. His father owned Blacks Mine. CROGEN, A.M. Died 1896. CROSS, JULIUS W. Born October 1865 in Indiana. Died at Custer, Idaho on December 2, 1905. DAVENPORT, ALICE LEONA Born January 1928 - Died September 1935 in Hailey, Idaho from blood poisoning. This was caused from a cut on her foot or a black widow spider bite. DAVIS, JOHN D. Died February 14, 1904. Killed by a snowslide on the trail to the Charles Dickens Mine. DeLAVILLIE, GODFREY POQUETTE Native of Canada. Born in 1820. Died at Bonanza, Idaho on November 19, 1905 from injuries suffered in a fall at his sawmill on West Fork. DUDLEY, JOHN P. Born 1847 in Kentucky - Died March 14, 1907 at Custer, Idaho. DUNN, MARGARET "BIDDY" Born in Ireland in 1856. Came to the United States when she was two years old. Lived in Massachusetts, came to Custer in 1885, ran the Nevada House. Died November 9, 1908. DUNN, WILLIAM Born 1843 - Died on July 6, 1907. DUVALL,JOHN Born 1833 in Missouri - Died August 1, 1890 at Custer, Idaho. He mined near Custer. E
Bonanza Cemetery
Bonanza Cemetery
I found this interesting : Who's in the Bonanza Cemetery Bonanza Gravesites AH SAM Died 1894, Gunshot wound. - Shot by the Chinese cook at the Blacks Mine. Reported in the Silver Messenger, September 11, 1894. AH YOUNG Worked as a cook on the Stanley Gold Dredge. When he died of a heart attack, he was buried there, then exhumed and transported to the Bonanza graveyard. He received his residence paper #136652 from Helena, Montana. ANDERSON, CHRIS Native of Sweden. Approximately 53 years old. Died at Custer, Idaho on December 9, 1903. BAIRD, EDWARD Born, 1837 - Died June 3, 1897, Old timer in the area who had been a soldier. Died by his own hand, suicide by gunshot, as reported by the Silver Messenger June 3, 1897. BARKER, MARTIN Died in Custer, Idaho at the Nevada House on Monday, March 25, 1889 of spinal meningitis at age 35. He was a prospector on Sheep Mountain and Seafoam areas. Owned Vanity, Mountain King, Ella Day, MKH, and other claims. Born in Bash County, Kentucky. BELLAMY, HARRY Birthplace unknown. Born 1850 - Died at Custer, Idaho on December 2, 1912. BENEFIEL, EMMA Born 1843, wife of John R. Benefiel of Custer. Died on October 13, 1880. BENERELLI, ELIZA Died October 1880 at age (38 or 88). Buried in Bonanza. "Sacred to the Memory of Eliza Emma, wife of J.R. Benerelli". BURTON, ESTELLA M. Born October 23, 1851. Died at Custer, Idaho on May 1, 1903. BURTON, JAMES W. Died November 21, 1895 at Custer, Idaho. Age 55. Was scratched while unloading a truck, consequently, he died of blood poisoning. He was a merchant, postmaster, and GAR of Lincolin Post #15 of Challis. CAREY, MIKE Born 1850 in Ireland - died at Custer, Idaho on October 21, 1897. CEARLEY, JAMES L. Born in North Carolina in 1839. Died at Custer, Idaho on March 17, 1902. Killed in an accident at the Lucky Boy Mine. Had nine children, served as a lieutenant of the volunteers in the Nez Pierce War. CEARLEY, JAMES JR. Born 1882 at Bonanza. Worked at Clayton Silver Mine. Died from Miner's Lung at Bonanza, Idaho on May 8, 1937. Died sitting in front of the small house at the lower end of Bonanza. CENTAURAS, HENRY Born in Hanover, Germany in 1847. Mined along the Salmon River from Sunbeam Dam to Burnt Creek. Made a stake and returned to Germany where it is reported the fortune was taken away by authorities. He returned to Idaho and started mining again to make another fortune. He died at Custer, Idaho on July 16, 1921. CENTAUR AS, HERMAN Born 1849 in Hanover, Germany. Died 1923. CENTAURAS, MARGARET(MYERS) Born in Hamburg, Germany on March 28, 1855. Came to the United States at age 17. Married Herman Centauras in 1878. Lived for 42 years in Custer County. Died of pneumonia on May 1, 1929 at Challis, Idaho. Taken to Bonanza Cemetery for burial. CENTAURAS, MAY (MARY) Born October 23, 1883 - Died September 18, 1900 at age 17. Died of typhoid fever. CERAMELINE, ANDREA Born in Italy. Died July 8, 1910 when the air shaft to the Sunbeam mine plugged with ice and snow, Andrea climbed up from inside and placed a charge of black powder at the plug. He miscalculated the time necessary to reach safety and was killed in the explosion. CEREGHINO, JOSEPH Native of Italy. Born in 1848 - died at Bonanza, Idaho on October 31, 1905. Left three sisters living in Italy. CLAUDE, JOSEPH Born 1834. First mining death at Golconda Mine, by injuries due to falling rock on September 15, 1879. Buried one mile west of Bonanza. CLAWSON, CALVIN C. Born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 1840. Died at his home between Custer and Bonanza, Idaho on May 15, 1911. Had been a writer for the Silver Messenger under the non de plume of "Graph" for 30 years. Crossed the plains with oxen teams in 1866. Came to Custer County in 1878. CLAWSON, CZARINA (LLEWELLYN) Born January 29, 1840 at Morgantown, West Virginia. Died at family home between Custer and Bonanza, Idaho on February 14, 1905. Was of Welsh descent. CRAFTS, TREVOR Born September 1881. His father owned Blacks Mine. CROGEN, A.M. Died 1896. CROSS, JULIUS W. Born October 1865 in Indiana. Died at Custer, Idaho on December 2, 1905. DAVENPORT, ALICE LEONA Born January 1928 - Died September 1935 in Hailey, Idaho from blood poisoning. This was caused from a cut on her foot or a black widow spider bite. DAVIS, JOHN D. Died February 14, 1904. Killed by a snowslide on the trail to the Charles Dickens Mine. DeLAVILLIE, GODFREY POQUETTE Native of Canada. Born in 1820. Died at Bonanza, Idaho on November 19, 1905 from injuries suffered in a fall at his sawmill on West Fork. DUDLEY, JOHN P. Born 1847 in Kentucky - Died March 14, 1907 at Custer, Idaho. DUNN, MARGARET "BIDDY" Born in Ireland in 1856. Came to the United States when she was two years old. Lived in Massachusetts, came to Custer in 1885, ran the Nevada House. Died November 9, 1908. DUNN, WILLIAM Born 1843 - Died on July 6, 1907. DUVALL,JOHN Born 1833 in Missouri - Died August 1, 1890 at Custer, Ida

gold hand dredge
gold hand dredge
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