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Additional Hydraulic Mining Sites
Updated: June 15, 2009 

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Hydraulic Mining: 1852-1884 An essay on the hydraulic mining controversy, prepared by the staff of the California State Archives.

Gallery, Land of the Glittering Gold
http://www.glittering.com/gallery/index.html

Gold Rush: California's Untold Stories, Oakland Museum of California
On-line version of the renowned Gold Fever exhibit. This section deals with hydraulic mining. http://www.museumca.org/goldrush/fever19-hy.html

Gold Rush Documentary, PBS Supporting material on the PBS documentary, Especially hydraulic mining. http://www.pbs.org/goldrush/changes.html

Gold Rush Documents, California Reader
Includes historic documents from persons involved in or effected by the Gold Rush. Go to the mining techniques section. http://www.notfrisco.com/calmem/goldrush/index.html

Golden Drift Museum, Dutch Flat
http://www.placer.ca.gov/Departments/Facility/Museums/LocalMuseums/golddrift.aspx

Griffith Quarry Museum, Penryn
http://www.placer.ca.gov/Departments/Facility/Museums/LocalMuseums/quarry.aspx

Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park, Nevada City
http://parks.ca.gov/allpages/default.asp?page_id=494

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)
Ever wonder what mineral resources are mined in the United States? http://www.msha.gov/KIDS/MRHP.HTM

Virtual California Gold Country, Elliot H. Koeppel
Short articles on the important mining camps and persons of the Gold Rush. This is about Malakoff Diggings http://www.malakoff.com/nobloom.htm



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