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Fields of gold

The history of North America is full of gold rushes – periods of time when prospectors flooded yellow metal-rich regions looking for fortune when money was hard to come by. More than a century later, their successors are reaping major profits from what started out as panning exercises.

Fields of gold

Without the Klondike gold rush, would miners still be producing gold from the Yukon? Did the subsequent Nome rush end up leading companies to modern-day Alaska? Would the Porcupine gold camp be as prolific...

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