5 Archival description results for American Gulch
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- cou-bha BHA.0020-102
View of the Great Flume in American Gulch, located on Farncomb Hill near Breckenridge, Colorado. Circa 1896. The mill, originally built for the Victoria Gold Mining Company in 1887, is in view on the steep hillside.
- cou-bha BHA.0020-101
Photograph taken by Otto Westerman for the Wapiti Mining Company circa 1896. Shows the view of the Great Flume on Farncomb Hill above American Gulch, six miles east of Breckenridge, Colorado. The buildings of Dog Town can be seen below. This area was known for its crystallized gold.
- cou-bha BHA.0006-043
Part of J. Frank Willis Photograph Album
Hydraulic mining operations in American Gulch below Farncomb Hill near Breckenridge, Colorado, in 1895. Shows the Great Flume, Victoria mill and Wapiti Mining Company's mine buildings. Or, could possibly be the buildings of Dog Town. Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "Placer mining by hydrolic [sic] pressure on Farncom [sic] hill."
- cou-bha BHA.0020-097
Wapiti Mining Company's mining operations in American Gulch below Farncomb Hill, near Breckenridge, Colorado. An hydraulic pipe with high pressure nozzle (called a "Giant") drives gravel from the tree-cleared hillside. The Victoria Gold Mining Company's mill, built in 1888, is in view on the left. Circa 1895.