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The Coal Fields™ is a resource for locating where coal leases are and have been. Discover coal mining activity in your area and find new regions of opportunity.  http://thecoalfields.com/

The Coal Fields™ is a resource for locating where coal leases are and have been. Discover coal mining activity in your area and find new regions of opportunity. http://thecoalfields.com/

Nestled in the Appellation Mountains of western North Carolina, off the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, is the Spruce Pine Mining District one of the richest deposits of gems and minerals.   http://blog.thediggings.com/museum-of-north-carolina-minerals/

Nestled in the Appellation Mountains of western North Carolina, off the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, is the Spruce Pine Mining District one of the richest deposits of gems and minerals. http://blog.thediggings.com/museum-of-north-carolina-minerals/

The Ironstone Vineyards estate is home to the world’s largest piece of crystalline gold leaf, weighing in at 44 lbs...  http://blog.thediggings.com/ironstones-crown-jewel/

The Ironstone Vineyards estate is home to the world’s largest piece of crystalline gold leaf, weighing in at 44 lbs... http://blog.thediggings.com/ironstones-crown-jewel/

Panhandle–Plains Historical Museum  http://blog.thedrillings.com/panhandle-plains-historical-museum/

Panhandle–Plains Historical Museum http://blog.thedrillings.com/panhandle-plains-historical-museum/

The Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum's remarkable gem and mineral collection is world class including 300,000 rock and ore specimens. While we are, only naturally, impressed by the Hope Diamond, a few rooms further back was our main draw: a display devoted exclusively to gold in all its awesome and delightful forms.  http://blog.thediggings.com/gold-at-the-national-museum-of-natural-history/

The Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum's remarkable gem and mineral collection is world class including 300,000 rock and ore specimens. While we are, only naturally, impressed by the Hope Diamond, a few rooms further back was our main draw: a display devoted exclusively to gold in all its awesome and delightful forms. http://blog.thediggings.com/gold-at-the-national-museum-of-natural-history/

Pennsylvania might not be the first place one thinks of when considering oil, but it was the first place that oil was drilled in America. On August 27, 1859, in Titusville, Pennsylvania next to Oil Creek, Edwin Drake completed the first commercial oil well. The Drake Well Museum preserves the original well and celebrates the oil and gas industry as a whole.  http://blog.thedrillings.com/drake-well/

Pennsylvania might not be the first place one thinks of when considering oil, but it was the first place that oil was drilled in America. On August 27, 1859, in Titusville, Pennsylvania next to Oil Creek, Edwin Drake completed the first commercial oil well. The Drake Well Museum preserves the original well and celebrates the oil and gas industry as a whole. http://blog.thedrillings.com/drake-well/

Ten Days in a Mad-House. A high-interest primary source written by an influential female investigative journalist, Nellie Bly.

Nellie Bly: Ten Days in a Mad-House

Ten Days in a Mad-House. A high-interest primary source written by an influential female investigative journalist, Nellie Bly.

While most think of San Francisco or Los Angeles as California‘s major cities, back in the days of the Gold Rush, Sacramento was not only the state capitol but a major hub, blossoming with nugget-fueled commerce. The Sacramento History Museum devotes a large portion of their displays to gold rush era Sacramento and its environs.  http://blog.thediggings.com/sacramento-history-museum/

While most think of San Francisco or Los Angeles as California‘s major cities, back in the days of the Gold Rush, Sacramento was not only the state capitol but a major hub, blossoming with nugget-fueled commerce. The Sacramento History Museum devotes a large portion of their displays to gold rush era Sacramento and its environs. http://blog.thediggings.com/sacramento-history-museum/

University of El Paso Mine http://blog.thediggings.com/university-of-el-paso-mine/

University of El Paso Mine http://blog.thediggings.com/university-of-el-paso-mine/

The coal that powers plants today was living things of the past, such as the fern.  http://thecoalfields.com/shop/fern-001

The coal that powers plants today was living things of the past, such as the fern. http://thecoalfields.com/shop/fern-001

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