General/Base Info:
Blue Bell lode
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Info Last updated: 19.09.2016 (13:12:11)
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
337_553
Type:
Claim
Date Located / Formed:
28.03.1892
Location:
Squaw Gulch
Location Map Description:
Discovery / Formed by:
  • M.C. Lackford ( Source; Forgotten Men of Cripple Creek )
  • William L. Spell ( Source; Forgotten Men of Cripple Creek )
Status:
Abandon
Fate details:
Owned by:
  • Blue Bell Mining, Milling, and Prospecting Company
    -> 1892-07-25 [claim Map]
    -> 1896-03-14 [claim Map]
Known claims:
  • Blue Bell lode - 7429 A
  • Blue Bell lode - 7429 A Amended
Claim Links:
Location Claim Description:
Patented Date:
Mineral Certificate No.:
0
General Land Office No.:
0
Known Transportation Connection:
    Extra Info/Details [Linked at One Time to the Entity]:

    Known Producing Info:
    General notes:
    Date of Amended Location Certificates used as Location Date.
    graphic for visual presentation of text Map is interesting as it has marked out the Squaw Gulch as a line in the southern part, with a Road on the north side and a Ore House just north of the road. There is also a Tunnel, quite long, north of the ore house, heading in direction of the Discovery Shaft which is located about middle of the claim. On the Amended map the Tunnel as about doubled it self in length and gone way pass the discovery shaft on the west side of it, no indication they are connected. The ore house is now just labeled House, with the Hartzell Mill drawn in and marked as Mill. Amended map also includes the School House of Anaconda, as well as a blue line marking Squaw Gulch.
    graphic for visual presentation of text If this map was to be put together with other maps from this area, we would have an early view if the Squaw Gulch area seen from the Surveyors of the claim maps eyes sort of speak, and that I find fascinating.