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Squaw Mt. [aka Squaw Mountain Tunnel]
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Info Last updated: 27.10.2020 (10:35:50)
This is a view up Arequa Gulch as per image info, but in my mind this is also Eclipse Gulch as the Economic Mill will some years after this view is taken, be built not far upstream from this location as per info on my 1903 topographic map showing location of many hundred mines. They would practically be neighbors, and where one gulch ends and the other starts, I've never fully understood.
Either way, the image shows a large crib wall construction and part of what I believe shall become an ore house, but might have just stayed as an ore-bin. It looks like a massive operation and the tunnel seems to have been a long one based on the claim map, but never a good success I think.Squaw Mountain Tunnel, Arequa/Eclipse Gulch.
Photo by: Unknown
My Collection; From page 29 in the 1895/1896 book Cripple Creek and Colorado Springs Illustrated by Warren and Stride.
Media ID: 22
Greenwood Lode - Sur. No. 9655
My Collection; Claim map with Rails laid on top, based on the 1902 claims overview map I have.
Media ID: 205
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
Adit Mine
Date Located / Formed:
Eclipse Gulch [aka Requa Gulch] / Squaw Mountain
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    Fate details:
    Owned by:
    • Charles G. Greenwood
      -> 1895-11-05 [claim Map]
    Known claims:
    • Greenwood lode - 9655
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      This mine/tunnel has been a little headache for me over the years, but thanks to the claims maps I found in summer of 2012 I think I have it located pretty great now - see notes on the Greenwood claim. I only ever seen one image of this operation, in a 1896 book called "Cripple Creek and Colorado Springs Illustrated", on page 29 lower part there is a photo of the Arequa Gulch and the Squaw Mountain Tunnel.