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Middle Fork Porposal_printed - 100 buildings and shops Took...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style   Protection Proposal Historic Lands Preservation Society Feather Fall County Miguel Bortoni Perez III October 1, 2010
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  Middle Fork Mining Lands Facts Convers over 360 acres in northern Feather Falls  County First mining camps established I 1849 Grew to be the largest established mining  encampment in the state by 1861 In its prime, the Middle Fork camps included over 
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Unformatted text preview: 100 buildings and shops Took out over 80 million in gold ore (750 million today) HLP Society Positions Historic Middle Fork mining camps/lands are not being actively protected Abandoned by federal and local governments Over 70% of the original buildings are destroyed Human presence is harmful to area Need preservation plan ASAP or will lose all evidence of camps within 10 years...
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2009 for the course CST n/a taught by Professor Jimenez during the Spring '09 term at Kaplan University.

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