Clallam County Washington

You can find gold in a few places in Clallam County Washington. Arch-A-Wat Arch-A-Wat is located W of Neah Bay, on the Pacific Ocean. If you go south of Arch-A-Wat along the beach to between Portage Head and Point of Arches, in sections 18, 19 and 30, T32N R15W, you will find the Shi Shi …

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Chelan County Washington

Placer gold was discovered in Chelan County in 1860. Some of the early records are not accurate, but by best estimates Chelan County has produced around 1,565,425 ounces of gold. There were 139 lode mines and 24 placer mines in operation in this county, some still working today. On the headwaters of Roaring (Raging) Creek, …

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Asotin County Washington

Clarkston In the area sand and gravel esposures along the Snake River bars, you will find the Clarkston and Snake River Placer, which were productive fine gold producers.

Benton County Washington

All the Columbia River low water sand and gravel bars contain placer gold. On the north bank of the Columbia River in section 1, T5N, R28E and in section 6, T5N, R29E, The Berrian Island (Goody) Placer Mine, consisted of 4 separate operations, but was fairly productive. Alderdale East of Alderdale by 4 miles, in …

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Washington state has some great gold Washington has not been a major gold producer, but they have produced over 2,000,000 ounces of the yellow stuff. Considerable unexploited virgin placer deposits are known and mining claims can still be worked at a profit in Washington. For a complete description of every lode and placer mine, claim, …

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