Mining - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. A Family Visits Their Mine

    A Family Visits Their Mine - c. 1905

    Visiting Dad at his workplace is not a new idea, as shown by this hundred-year-old photo of a wife and children visiting these two men at their mine. Learn More
  2. Assembling a Steam Gold Dredge, Eastern Oregon - Hazeltine

    Assembling a Steam Gold Dredge, Eastern Oregon - c. 1900

    This large steam-powered gold dredge is under construction on an unidentified river somewhere in eastern Oregon, probably near Baker City, where photographer Martin Hazeltine operated his studio. Learn More
  3. Bonanza Gold Mines and Hoisting Plant - Cowden

    Bonanza Gold Mines and Hoisting Plant - c. 1903

    The Bonanza Gold Mine was the largest and probably the most valuable free gold mine in the Pacific Northwest. It was located on the ridge north of Geiser Creek, about five miles east of Greenhorn in Baker County. Learn More
  4. Deschutes River at Twin Crossings - Weister

    Deschutes River at Twin Crossings - circa 1910

    Construction has just begun for the south railroad trestle across the Deschutes at Milepost 44, north of Sherars Falls. Learn More
  5. Horse Drawn Mining Wagon near La Grande - John C Clark

    Horse Drawn Mining Wagon near La Grande c 1890

    We are identifying the location and date of this scene at a small hard-rock mine by its photographer, J. C. Clark, who worked in La Grande from 1889 to 1891. Learn More
  6. Miners at Their Camp near La Grande - John C. Clark

    Miners at Their Camp near La Grande - circa 1890

    A crew of about thirty men pauses for a portrait (and a smoke) at their small hard rock mine somewhere near La Grande, in Union County. Learn More

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