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Laws and regulations of the miners of the Gregory Diggings District.

Gregory Diggings District, Colo.

Laws and regulations of the miners of the Gregory Diggings District.

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Published .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Colorado.
    • Subjects:
    • Mining law -- Colorado.

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      In portfolio.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFC2055 .A333A2 1859
      The Physical Object
      Paginationbroadside.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5325171M
      LC Control Number72177964

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Laws and regulations of the miners of the Gregory Diggings District. by Gregory Diggings District, Colo. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The miners found it necessary to revise, amend, and recodify the laws. The later enactments were more complex and more technical than the earlier laws, and new offices with clearly defined functions were created.

The records of Gregory Diggings, one of the earliest and largest districts in Gilpin County, show how the laws of a dis-trict evolved. § 28 - Mining district regulations by miners: location, recordation, and amount of work; marking of location on ground; records; annual labor or improvements on claims pending issue of patent; co-owner's succession in interest upon delinquency in contributing proportion of expenditures; tunnel as lode expenditure.

they found at Gregory Diggings was prepared by a committee of three distinguished. visitors, consisting of Horace Greeley, A. Richardson, and Henry.

Villard. At the mass meeting then held the miners designated boundaries of the. district, prescribed rules as to the size and location of claims, and created a.

miners' : Arthur L. Corbin. That night, the fifteen men called a Miners Meeting and Dr. Casto wrote down; “The Laws and Regulations of The Miners of Gregory Diggings District.” The document adopted Gregory’s original mining claim boundaries and clarified the rules of the newly formed Mining District, “For the settlement of differences and for the purpose of preventing disputes.”.

His discovery brought thousands of miners into the area known as Gregory's Diggings. These miners quickly organized the Gregory Mining District.

The Central Mining District closely parallels the Gregory Mining District. Some sources even place the Gregory Lode within the Central Mining District. the “Miners’ Rules, Regulations. and Local Laws” of the miners of. said Harris Mining District, is a. true and correct copy of the original “Miners Rules, Regulation and.

Local Laws” as the same appear on. record in my office in book “A of. Records” of the records of said. Harris Mining District. [page break] HARRIS. 11 inspector will consult with a reasonable number of miners about health and safety matters at your mine. Generally, the law does not provide for pay when you or your representative participates in technical consultations, equipment demonstrations, off-mine property meetings, and discussion of Size: 2MB.

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Mountain City was founded about the time of the first gold strike by John Gregory in May,and was originally known as “Gregory Diggings.” Mountain City grew haphazardly with some of its business district situated along the main road between Black Hawk and Central City, with other businesses located up Packard Gulch on a steep road.

the Code of Federal Regulations (30 CFR) grant a variety of rights for individuals employed as miners, designated representatives of miners, and applicants for employment in mine related jobs. Congress wanted to encourage each to take an active, responsible role in matters of mine safety and Size: 2MB.

From inside the book. What people Pass Board of Supervisors boundary Brandy City building California channels claim construction Coun County Board Court dams Diggings District Attorney Downie River Downieville Durgan Bridge Durgan Flat early east elected Eureka feet flood Forest City Gibsonville Volume 6 of History of Sierra County.

Sec 2 Be it further Enacted, That it shall be the duty of the President of the District, to preside at all public meeting of the Citizens of the District, when called for purposes relat- 26 GILPIN COUNTY RECORDS ing to public business, and to preside at, the trial of cases in the Miners Court, when required by law.

Although a few African-American miners continued to mine the Negro Bar diggings as late asthe majority of African American miners on the lower American River at that time were mining claims located roughly four miles north at a mining camp known as Negro Hill.

Realizing they had reached the jackpot, they quickly set up rules and regulations for mining before other miners descended on the area.

The Gold Miner’s Association of Gregory District was created to ensure no miners could hold the right of discovery more than one creek, one gulch and one mountain claim. The miners of each mining district may make regulations not in conflict with the laws of the United States, or with the laws of the State or Territory in which the district is situated, governing the location, manner of recording, amount of work necessary to hold possession of a mining claim, subject to the following requirements: The location must be distinctly marked on the.

A report on what they found at Gregory Diggings was prepared by a committee of three distinguished visitors, consisting of Horace Greeley, A. Richardson, and Henry Villard. At the mass meeting then held the miners designated boundaries of the district, prescribed rules as to the size and location of claims, and created a miners\u27 : Arthur L.

Corbin. The Mountain, the Miner, and the Lord, and Other Tales from a Country Law Office book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Thi /5. Laws. At a meeting of Quartz Miners held at Lount Cabin on Granite Creek December 27th [page ] John West was chosen Chairman and C.

Dorman Secretary— The following laws & regulations for the better governing of Quartz Mining, as reported on by the committee, were taken up separately and adopted. Article 1st. A dozen tunnels are going into this portion of the mountain in this district, and some forty shafts are sinking from the surface, in which some four hundred of our miners are interested, and all anticipate finding a lead of unsurpassed richness when their energy and perseverance shall have let daylight into its bowels.

ByBilly and his lead miners at "Hamilton's Diggings" had exhumed enough mineral to process o pounds of lead pigs. Despite his elevated social status and distinguished family name, Billy had long ago cast off the trappings of Eastern culture and comfort. One writer traveleing in the Mineral District noted that Billy.

On June 8,a meeting of miners established the Gregory Mining District. The self-appointed president and secretary, and a committee of twelve drafted a code of miners’ laws which were ratified by those attending.

On July 9 the District elected a town board consisting of president, recorder or secretary of claims, and a sheriff. To avoid bloodshed and unseemly contests over possession and working the gold-bearing lands, the miners took matters into their own hands, formed mining districts, held district meetings and adopted their own rules and regulations, which became the customs of the diggings, and which specified the amount of ground that each miner was entitled to.

A year ago April, America suffered its worst mining disaster in 40 years with the explosion at Massey Energy’s Upper Big Branch mine in West Virginia on April 5, that resulted in the death of 29 coal miners.

Image: Breaking news alert about mine explosion on April 5, Gregory Diggings in Colorado. It was June and the old timers had been there but a couple of months at most.

Still, Greeley reported that the population could not number less than four thousand, although most of the settlers had not yet had time to build cabins but were still living in tents or under crude shelters Mining Claim Packets, containing our rules and regulations are available from our office for $ We accept American Express, Discover, Master Card, Visa, Check, Cash or Money Order.

If we can be of further assistance, please give us a Size: KB. Coal Mine Safety and Health's organization consists of a headquarters office located in Arlington, Virginia as well as 9 districts with 37 field offices located throughout U.S.

coal mining regions. Each district is headed by a District Manager who reports to the Deputy Administrator for Coal Mine Safety and Health. Administrator for Enforcement.

Learn about Colorado mining history and gain an appreciation for current facts and laws that govern the industry today. Experience the deep and rich American mining history of Central City. Visit the famous Gregory Diggings, ghost towns, and mine ruins, and enjoy scenic views along the.

Minority miners The goldfields attracted diggers from many nations. Germans, Italians, Poles, American, Chinese, Irish, Scottish and English were just some of the nationalities, along with the native born who ventured out of the towns to the goldfields.

The Gregory Diggings Code of Colorado was the best example of a functioning system based on the laws of the Miner's Code. The Gregory Code successfully produced a harmonious political and judicial system that was imitated by other mining towns.

Between andthe legislature of the Colorado territory formally adopted. A follow-on work by Dick French, Return to the Lost Adams Diggings: The Paul A. Hale Story published in uses historical, artifactual, geographical, and geological data to demonstrate the viability of the location in the new book as the locality of the Lost Adams Diggings.

The new book demonstrates the presence of significant gold County: Catron. Mines And Minerals (Regultion And Development) Actpdf: File Size: kb: File Type: pdf.

A year ago April, America suffered its worst mining disaster in 40 years with the explosion at Massey Energy's Upper Big Branch mine in West Virginia on April 5, that resulted in the death of 29 coal miners.

Image: Breaking news alert about mine explosion on April 5, Source: KATU TV. This past. The California Gold Rush (–) was a gold rush that began on Januwhen gold was found by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mill in Coloma, California.

The news of gold brought approximatelypeople to California from the rest of the United States and abroad. The sudden influx of gold into the money supply reinvigorated the American economy, and the Coordinates: 38°48′N °53′W /.

BACKGROUND 2 SCOPE 2 RESEARCH QUESTION 2 OBJECTIVES 3 INTRODUCTION 4 Image 1: Gregory Gulch, Colorado 4 Image 2: Gregory Diggings – Virtual Gilpin County 4 Figure 1: Population Trend, Denver Metropolitan Area, to (estimated) 5 BACKGROUND OF COLORADO SPECIAL DISTRICTS 6 Table 1: Breakdown of Active.

William T. Parry's All Veins, Lodes, and Ledges Throughout Their Entire Depth: Geology and the Apex Law in Utah Mines, is a small but important book about Utah's forgotten mining history and the complexities inherent in extracting mineral wealth from the ground. Divided into twelve chapters, [ery is Not Enough /4(1).

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The Colorado Gold Rush, also known as the Pike's Peak Gold Rush, occurred in the late s. Many of those travelling West to California would have had their first experiences in the mines of Colorado. Hollister presents an expansive history and summary of the area and those who came to mine it.

He provides detailed specifics to location and quantities of minerals recovered.3/5(1). The law authorized mining districts to govern the method of locating and recording claims, and to specify the amount of work necessary to hold the claims in so far as district regulations were not in conflict with the laws of the United States or the laws of Utah (Statutes at Large, Treaties, and Proclamations, of the United States of America Location: South Rio Grande Street, Salt Lake City, UT.

The Scottish Southerner John H. Gregory was a man of destiny. Born the 27 of December to Griffin and Cynthia Gregory in Pendleton District South Carolina, John’s family moved to Cherokee County, Georgia in the early s, just after the .Certain lands under the jurisdiction of the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management may be entered for prospecting, but sets of rules and regulations govern entry.

The following statement from a pamphlet issued in by the U.S. Department of the Interior and entitled "Staking a mining claim on Federal Lands" responds to the question.Febru (Adopted) Mining laws for Horsetown Mining District Article 1 - Each miner shall be entitled to hold one hundred feet square in dry diggings.

Article 2 - Each man shall be entitled to hold during the dry season, a claim in dry diggings, and also, during the wet season, a creek claim of one hundred feet square, without depriving himself of the privilege of holding a .