• Mines Monte Cristo Snohomish County Washington

    The railroad finally reached Monte Cristo in 1893. Soon Monte Cristo was the center of a mining boom which attracted thousands of miners and businessmen. The most notable of these being John D. Rockefeller. The boom lasted from 1895 to 1912. By 1920 all major mining had come to a close, and the town was all but abandoned.

  • Historic Monte Cristo Gold Mine in the Angeles National

    In it’s heyday, the Monte Cristo was one of the largest producing gold mines of the San Gabriel mountains. Fred Carlisle brought it to full production in the years between 1923 to 1928. According to the California State Mining Bureau, a total yield of $70,000 was recovered from The Monte Cristo Mine in

  • Monte Cristo Gold Mine Wikipedia

    The Monte Cristo Gold Mine (Spanish for Mountain of Christ Gold Mine) is a gold mine in the San Gabriel Mountains near Los Angeles, California, USA.. The Monte Cristo Gold Mine is part of the quest for mineral wealth in the San Gabriels. Many of the older tunnels and shafts are closed, and the 100-year-old machinery is no longer in operation.

  • 10+ Best Monte Cristo WA images monte cristo, ghost

    Nov 13, 2018 Explore Mariocat Harris's board "Monte Cristo WA" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Monte cristo, Ghost towns, Cristo.

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  • Mines Monte Cristo Preservation Association

    All mining areas and the townsite of at Monte Cristo are protected by federal and state law regarding removal of artifacts or otherwise causing any damage. Monte Cristo became Washington state’s most famous gold and silver mining town of the 1890s.

  • GCBC Monte Cristo (Traditional Cache) in Washington

    Interesting article and pictures can be found here (no affiliation). The sign in the bottom picture can still be found today, though it is now leaning against a boulder. Monte Cristo is in the Cascade mountains of north central Washington State. A booming gold mining town in

  • Monte Cristo Washington Western Mining History

    The mining camp of Monte Cristo is situated in the heart of the Cascade Range, but on its western slope. It lies nearly due east of the city of Everett and about 40 miles distant. It can be comfortably reached only by the Everett and Monte Cristo Railroad, which starts at Everett and terminates at Monte Cristo.

  • Exploring Monte Cristo's Abandoned Mystery Mine (Part 1 of

    Nov 12, 2018· I'm excited to present the first part of the Mystery Mine two-part series. This mine has been on my list for a LONG time now and I was really excited to fina.

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  • Auditor: $300,000 unaccounted for from Monte Cristo

    Sep 17, 2020· Monte Cristo is seen in 1894 with Wilman’s Peak in the background. In the late 1890s, prospectors staked gold and silver mine claims in the east Snohomish County town. (Courtesy of

  • Monte Cristo Ghost Town — Washington Trails Association

    Hike to an old mining town by heading up a long-closed road along the South Fork Sauk River. This route largely sticks to the old route taken by miners over a century ago. In the 1890s a mining boom brought thousands of men to Monte Cristo, an isolated area nestled in the mountains along the eastern edge of today's Snohomish County.

  • Monte Cristo Washington Western Mining History

    The mining camp of Monte Cristo is situated in the heart of the Cascade Range, but on its western slope. It lies nearly due east of the city of Everett and about 40 miles distant. It can be comfortably reached only by the Everett and Monte Cristo Railroad, which starts at Everett and terminates at Monte Cristo.

  • 80 Best Monte Cristo, Wa images trip, monte cristo, towns

    Apr 11, 2016 This is the place where I go to be with my late father and grandpa. I've been going up to my family's property since I was very young, yet it never loses it's magic. I always start planning the next trip before I even get back to town. See more ideas about Trip, Monte cristo, Towns.

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  • GCBC Monte Cristo (Traditional Cache) in Washington

    Interesting article and pictures can be found here (no affiliation). The sign in the bottom picture can still be found today, though it is now leaning against a boulder. Monte Cristo is in the Cascade mountains of north central Washington State. A booming gold mining town in

  • Auditor: $300,000 unaccounted for from Monte Cristo

    Sep 17, 2020· Monte Cristo is seen in 1894 with Wilman’s Peak in the background. In the late 1890s, prospectors staked gold and silver mine claims in the east Snohomish County town.

  • History of The Monte Cristo Gold Mine by Bob Kerstein

    In the 1940’s the Monte Cristo Gold Mine was sold to the family of the present owners. Today, the Monte Cristo Gold Mine is managed by its owners, Bob and Susana Kerstein. The Famous Monte Cristo Gold Mine is a testament to man's century-old quest for mineral wealth in the San Gabriels and his test to survival.

  • Monte Cristo: Where Frederick Trump, the Grandfather of

    By 1891, there were close to 40 claims and around 13 mines working at full speed. The area was so rich with silver that by 1893, those 40 claims grew to 211. That same year, a plat was filed by the Monte Cristo Mining Company for the creation of the town of Monte Cristo. And thus a town was born. The Monte Cristo Railroad was finished in 1893.

  • Monte Cristo Ghost Town — Washington Trails Association

    Hike to an old mining town by heading up a long-closed road along the South Fork Sauk River. This route largely sticks to the old route taken by miners over a century ago. In the 1890s a mining boom brought thousands of men to Monte Cristo, an isolated area nestled in the mountains along the eastern edge of today's Snohomish County.

  • Monte Cristo Exploration (part 1) YouTube

    Sep 13, 2016· Monte Cristo is an old mine town long abandoned now. Located in the north west cascade range of Washington. Located approx. 4 miles from mountian loop highway down a rugged road it can only be

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  • Ghost Town of Monte Cristo Snohomish County Washington

    The railroad finally reached Monte Cristo in 1893. Soon Monte Cristo was the center of a mining boom which attracted thousands of miners and businessmen. The most notable of these being John D. Rockefeller. The boom lasted from 1895 to 1912. By 1920 all major mining had come to a close, and the town was all but abandoned.

  • Trump's grandfather's brothel: Washington ghost town's

    Over the years, the town of Monte Cristo has been known as a lot of things. First, as a bustling mining camp in the Cascade Mountains, later as a tourist destination and, eventually, as a polluted

  • Monte Cristo Earthquake fault still active with 6,500

    Within minutes of the 4:03 a.m. Monte Cristo earthquake on May 15, members of the University of Nevada, Reno’s Seismological Lab were up and at full speed. The Lab began verifying their automatic notification of the 6.5 shaker, the largest in Nevada in 65 years, and worked with the USGS to get the data out to the public.

  • Monte Cristo -- Thumbnail History HistoryLink

    Monte Cristo, ca. 1895. Courtesy UW Special Collections (2054) Remains of Wilmans Brothers' Comet Mine Bunker, 2,700 feet above Monte Cristo, 1951. Photo by Harold (Happy) Annen, Courtesy Everett Public Library (Nordlund Collection) Boston-American Mining Company operations, Monte Cristo, 1919. Courtesy Everett Public Library (Nordlund Collection)

  • Monte Cristo Gold Mine : definition of Monte Cristo Gold

    The Monte Cristo Gold Mine (Spanish for Mountain of Christ Gold Mine) is a gold mine in the San Gabriel Mountains near Los Angeles, California, USA. The Monte Cristo Gold Mine is part of the quest for mineral wealth in the San Gabriels. Many of the older tunnels and shafts are closed, and the 100-year old machinery is no longer in operation.

  • Monte Cristo Pup; Monte Cristo Creek Mine, Fairbanks

    Monte Cristo Creek drains the north side of Gilmore Dome. Bedrock in the headwaters is Cretaceous granite, and the Monte Cristo mine is now, or will be, largely consumed by the open pit of the Fort Knox gold mine (FB115), the largest gold mine in Alaska in 2001. Workings: Placer mining along the lower mile of the creek. Age: Quaternary placer.

  • Monte Christo Mine — AZOFFROAD.NET

    Progress at the Monte Christo was slow, but the productive mining region around saw the establishment of a post office on April 25, 1901. Eventually, the Monte Christo Mine took off. Production of high-grade silver and a large gold vein was discovered. By 1925, about 250 miners and other entrepreneurs lived in the town surrounding Monte Christo.

  • GCBC Monte Cristo (Traditional Cache) in Washington

    Interesting article and pictures can be found here (no affiliation). The sign in the bottom picture can still be found today, though it is now leaning against a boulder. Monte Cristo is in the Cascade mountains of north central Washington State. A booming gold mining town in

  • Monte Cristo

    The Monte Cristo is a gold mine located in Mono county, California at an elevation of 7,520 feet. Premium members have access to Google dynamic maps. Please consider becoming a member. About the MRDS Data: All mine locations were obtained from the USGS Mineral Resources Data System. The locations and other information in this database have not

  • Monte Cristo -- Thumbnail History HistoryLink

    Monte Cristo, ca. 1895. Courtesy UW Special Collections (2054) Remains of Wilmans Brothers' Comet Mine Bunker, 2,700 feet above Monte Cristo, 1951. Photo by Harold (Happy) Annen, Courtesy Everett Public Library (Nordlund Collection) Boston-American Mining Company operations, Monte Cristo, 1919. Courtesy Everett Public Library (Nordlund Collection)

  • Monte Cristo Earthquake fault still active with 6,500

    Within minutes of the 4:03 a.m. Monte Cristo earthquake on May 15, members of the University of Nevada, Reno’s Seismological Lab were up and at full speed. The Lab began verifying their automatic notification of the 6.5 shaker, the largest in Nevada in 65 years, and worked with the USGS to get the data out to the public.

  • Monte Cristo Pup; Monte Cristo Creek Mine, Fairbanks

    Monte Cristo Creek drains the north side of Gilmore Dome. Bedrock in the headwaters is Cretaceous granite, and the Monte Cristo mine is now, or will be, largely consumed by the open pit of the Fort Knox gold mine (FB115), the largest gold mine in Alaska in 2001. Workings: Placer mining along the lower mile of the creek. Age: Quaternary placer.

  • Monte Cristo: Where Frederick Trump, the Grandfather of

    By 1891, there were close to 40 claims and around 13 mines working at full speed. The area was so rich with silver that by 1893, those 40 claims grew to 211. That same year, a plat was filed by the Monte Cristo Mining Company for the creation of the town of Monte Cristo. And thus a town was born. The Monte Cristo Railroad was finished in 1893.

  • The Historic Monte Cristo Mine is now For Sale Bill Boyd

    Aug 06, 2017· In it’s heyday, the Monte Cristo was one of the largest producing gold mines of the San Gabriel mountains. Fred Carlisle brought it to full production in the years between 1923 to 1928. According to the California State Mining Bureau, a total yield of $70,000 was recovered from The Monte Cristo Mine in 1927.

  • Monte Cristo Mine Map Arizona Mapcarta

    Monte Cristo Mine is a quarry in Arizona and has an elevation of 3471 feet. Monte Cristo Mine is situated in Constellation. From Mapcarta, the free map.

  • Ghost Town of Monte Cristo Snohomish County Washington

    The railroad finally reached Monte Cristo in 1893. Soon Monte Cristo was the center of a mining boom which attracted thousands of miners and businessmen. The most notable of these being John D. Rockefeller. The boom lasted from 1895 to 1912. By 1920 all major mining had come to a close, and the town was all but abandoned.

  • Monte Cristo Mine Near Virginia City, Nevada The Diggings™

    The site was first discovered before 1879. The Monte Cristo Mine was closed at the time of data entry with no known plans to re-open. Production size when active was considered to be medium. The ore mined is composed of argentite, pyrite and gold with waste material consisting primarily of quartz.

  • Monte Cristo Mine Near Wagoner, Arizona The Diggings™

    The Monte Cristo Mine is near Wagoner, Arizona. Historically the site has been associated with the Black Rock-Blue Tank Mining District which is now part of the Hassayampa River Canyon Wilderness. The Monte Cristo Mine is a underground mining operation. Mine operations consist of underground workings. There is one known shaft.

  • Monte Cristo, Washington Wikipedia

    Monte Cristo is a ghost town northwest of Monte Cristo Peak, in eastern Snohomish County in western Washington. The town was active as a mining area for gold and silver from 1889 to 1907, and later became a resort town that operated until 1983. Monte Cristo. Ghost Town. Townsite in 2014.

  • Monte Christo Mine Ghost Towns of Arizona and

    The Monte Cristo Mine was originally mined by Mexicans, who were driven off by prospectors after learning they weren’t American citizens. The Mexicans had hidden the main source of ore. Crampton found the veins and tunnel for Thayer, who successfully mined high grade silver ore that was taken by wagon to Phoenix, on the old Constellation Mine