General/Base Info:
Dead Pine - South Incline Shaft
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Info Last updated: 19.06.2024 (10:58:20)
Dead Pine Lode - Sur. No. 7475
My Collection; Claim map from a Book published in 1900.
Copyright 1900, by Fred Hills.
Media ID: 209
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
Incline Shaft Mine
Date Located / Formed:
Battle Mountain / Victor Townsite
Location Map Description:
Discovery / Formed by:
    Fate details:
    Owned by:
    • Ophir Mining and Milling Company
      -> 1892-07-27 [claim Map]
      -> 1893-05-29 [reported As Owner]
      -> 1900 [reported As Owner]
      -> 1901-01 [reported As Owner]
    • Crown Point Mining Company
      -> 1912-09-12 [reported As Owner]
    • Granite Gold Mining Company
      -> 1919-04-05 [reported As Owner]
    Known claims:
    • Dead Pine Lode - 7475
    Claim Links:
    Location Claim Description:
    Patented Date:
    Mineral Certificate No.:
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    Known Transportation Connection:
      Extra Info/Details [Linked at One Time to the Entity]:
      Hand Whim/Winch & Incline Shaft
      Known Producing Info:
      General notes:
      Not much I can write here as info about this shaft on the Dead Pine Lode claim. This Shaft is not visible on the Plat Map of the claim, but that Plat Map dates back to having been approved July 27, 1892, with a 'Date of Amended Location Certificate' of May 20, 1892 given as Location Date, making this Shaft a later one.
      graphic for visual presentation of text Being the ID number is from the 1903ish USGS topomap, this became the southernmost shaft on the claim shown on that topomap. It is located near the south end line border; shown as a Prospect shaft in Sanborn 1900 and gone by the time 1908 Sanborn was made; also had a dump tunnel made in wood, where the original High Line entered the town of Victor.
      graphic for visual presentation of text In the 1906 Geology book this southern shaft is mentioned as being an incline one, with 4 levels, while the 'Principal Underground Workings' map in that same 1906 book has a unnamed shaft marked in southwest corner of the claim, appearing to be very near a 'street corner' in Victor, still to be identified at time of writing this April 7, 2024.