Gold dredging in California. by California State Mining Bureau.

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Published by W.W. Shannon, superintendent state printing in Sacramento .

Written in English

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  • Gold mines and mining -- California

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Introductory by Lewis E. Aubury. Chap. I, General, historical and geological, by W. B. Winston and Charles Janin.

Book details

StatementLewis E. Aubury, state mineralogist.
SeriesIts Bulletin, no. 57
ContributionsAubury, Lewis E., 1862-, Winston, William Bruce., Janin, Charles.
LC ClassificationsTN24.C2 A3 no. 57
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 312 p.
Number of Pages312
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL251199M
LC Control Numbergs 10000572

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