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Blue Hog Channel of Frontier Mining Property Report MSS.311
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Description
The collection consists of a five page report on the Frontier Mining Property, “Blue Hog Channel”, in Butte County, California, dated October 26, 1933.
Background
The owners of the Frontier Property are as follows: Mr. G. R. Hendrix with 560 acres, Mrs. Gooday with 400 acres and Mrs. Cohn with 160 acres. The location of the Frontier Property noted in the report is about 16 miles North from Oroville and 7 miles South from Magalia. The report states that the Blue Hog Channel is an ancient gold bearing channel, or river bed, which traverses the property from North to South for a distance of 1 ½ miles. The adjoining properties listed in the report are the Blue Hog Mine, which was operated by Mr. G. R. Hendrix’s brother, and the Gaumer Mine, owned by a Mr. J. G. Gaumer and associates. There is also mention of two other channels, one called the Durgan and the other is called Cape Horn. The report also mentions the Golden Nugget tunnel.
Extent
0.2 Linear feet 1 five page report
Restrictions
No restrictions.
Availability
Collection is open for research without restriction.