best news of my night. my favorite minor todd hoffman is making a new show on goldmining. i was so sad when he quit goldrush now im happy again and have something to look forward to in life and teach me the lessons of gold mining so when i get my own gold mine running i will have learned from the best. i sent todd a message and i hope to be on the show. i have been waiting on something like this my whole life and this is the time for me. i am only new at this but i have the skill and the hard work etic and no i can do anything that i put my mind to. its been a rough couple years with my wife leaving me and losing my house but ive always been pisitive and tried to keep me head up hi and be the bwst i can and show the world i can do it. to all my friends on here please send todd a message and tell him what a good person i am and that i should be on the show. #goldrush #toddhoffman #followyourdreams #goldminer #goldpanning #actor #famous
A photo of an on line, not recorded map of the townsite of Cherokee that was originally mapped by D. M. Merry in November of 1874. It had the makings of a fairly prosperous town. The school had a regular attendance of 83. Badger Hill road is now gravel and Tyler-Foote Rd is not even mentioned. #mynevadacounty #goldrush #californiahistory #goldrushhistory # historyhunting
we hit our first zero last night just in time for showcase!! y’all aren’t ready for vogue...🤩🤪 this saturday/maumelle high school/come and support vogue, and all of our WCA family!! #goldrush #zero #crown #getready #worldclass
.my biggest nugget to date so far in my carrer as a gold miner. Its hard to tell the size but it is very small but still rounded and a nugget. Hopefully find more gold next season. Hoping to quite my job in the restaurant and move to Britsh columba from Alberta and follow my new carrer path as a minor. Does anyone have any suggestions where the gold is good e oigh to quite my job and. become mine in bc
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This pictures were taken on the San Juan Ridge (North San Juan). I work there. These pictures were taken on the site of the town of Cherokee, aka Patterson, Melrose and Tyler. There used to be several towns named Cherokee in California, until the Post Office said "No." This town had a church, school streets and so forth. Like so much of the #goldrush , not much remains. Some buildings were demolished, some fell over and others were repurposed. #history #mynevadacounty #grassvalleyphotographer #offthebeatenpath
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Living in gold country feels like such a gift! When my husband and I moved up from Los Angeles 14 years ago, we went from having a measurable (with a ruler) sized outdoor space with a countable (on one hand) number of trees to a Tahoe-like setting the likes of which made us feel downright “the hills are alive” ish! It was great and although we have since moved to more suburban surrounds, it’s still great! The greater Sacramento region is indeed “gold country” in every literal, figurative, and metaphorical sense of the phrase!
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Artifact 99/101: Handwritten journal written by John and Dominique Verdenal, 1852. Teenage brothers John and Dominique Verdenal and their parents were among the 250,000 pioneers who traveled by covered wagon along the 1,900-mile “California Trail”, crossing the Great Plains and the Rockies, northwest into Idaho, and south again to cross the Forty-mile Desert and the Sierra Nevada before arriving in the California gold fields. The Verdenals’ journey with the “El Dorado” wagon train was chronicled by the brothers in their 85-page “Journal Across the Plains from St. Louis, MO to Placerville, Cal. by Land”. It begins in St. Louis on April 26, 1852: “There were 8 families in the train there were about 75 persons...out of which there were about 10 ladies, 5 boys and girls, and the rest was men,” all of whom paid $100. They traveled just four miles before a wagon tongue broke, and six weeks later, one of the men died of cholera. The journal includes details of hunting antelope and sage hens, fording rivers, and enduring inclement weather, including one Friday that “proved unlucky” when the wagons were drenched and tattered by hail. Entries end with a tally of miles covered—as many as 34 across flatland and as few as three in forests. The last entry, dated October 12, 1852—almost six months after setting out—noted a plan to move to San Francisco. Two years later, they returned to St. Louis for college. John later graduated from Harvard Law School. He returned to California, married Jane Lawles in 1875, and practiced law in San Francisco. Dominique moved to New York where he worked as a reporter. John and Jane Vedenal’s daughter, Grace, married Marin District Attorney Thomas Boyd. After the earthquake in 1906, the Verdenals moved to San Rafael, where John died in 1914. He was interred in Mount Tamalpais Cemetery. The journal and other family artifacts were donated by Mary “Dolly” McDonald, great granddaughter of John Verdenal, in 2002. She died in 2013. #goldrush #wagontrain #sanfrancisco #marincounty #marinhistory #visitmarin #californiahistory #bayareahistory #lostmarin #californiahistoricalsociety #cahistory #norcal #bayarea #sfbayarea #marinlife #marinstagram
Did you notice our cool new feature, Prospectors With our newest update, those who aren't eligible to play the Win Real Gold Challenge can compete in Nugget Nelly's Gem Challenge to win GEMS! Not only that, but you can now invite your friends to play! Every friend that joins earns you an extra +15 gems! What are you waiting for, Prospectors Link is in our bio!