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Mateo Matiaquez | 4 comments Mod
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The Big Bear Gold Claims - San Bernardino County, California

Big Bear Location and History

This Big Bear Claims lie in southwestern San Bernardino County about 30 miles northeast of San Bernardino on the north east side of the San Bernardino Mountains The Big Bear claims presently cover an area of about 1440 acres or about 2.5 square miles, near Lucerne Valley, CA and currently consists of 9 claims.

San Bernardino County is the largest County in California, and in fact the largest County in the United States. It is an intensely mineralized area, with records indicating more than 250 mines recorded in the area. Commodities from industrial minerals to gold and silver have been produced since the mid 1800s and still form a large part of the local economy, therefore the governments and agencies are generally mining friendly. The area remains an important cement and industrial production area.

The area has been known as the Blackhawk Mining district in most reports. The district was organized in 1870, when an English concern organized the Santa Fe group in 1890 to work the area on a large scale, but work stopped soon afterward and prospecting was minor during the early 1900s. The Santa Fe group was re-opened in 1921 and operated continuously until 1940. In this last operating phase the production amounted to a reported $300,000.


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Mateo Matiaquez | 4 comments Mod
Amazing! This just came in minutes ago and you've already made a post about it! Way to go for keeping us updated daily. I mos def will recommend this to others.


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Max Soria | 1 comments Really, this is very impressive. Wish I read this one earlier. The first comment said “This just came in minutes ago and you've already made a post about it!”. Too bad I only read this now.


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Adam Avci | 1 comments Great blog, I learned so much. We were planning to have mining as a business and you just gave me an idea where to put up this particular business. Thanks!


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