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The life and death of a very special gold rush – by Ellsworth Dickson (Resource World – (September 2021)

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https://resourceworld.com/ In the early days, Canada’s most western province, British Columbia, was built on gold. While there were the famous gold rushes of the Fraser River in 1858 and Barkerville in 1862, there is one gold rush that stands apart from the rest – the Granite Creek gold rush near Princeton, southwest B.C. What make …

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