Tom Ashworths Prospectors Cache


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Gold occurrences in Indiana are due to the Pleistocene glacial movements, which deposited gold in varying amount in the glacial morains from unkown source in Canada. No natural veins bearing gold or natural placer are in Indiana. Still, gold panning of many of the glacer deposits in the streams produce small amounts of gold.

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