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Homestake Gold Mine History - South Dakota Saga - 1940 - CharlieDeanArchives / Archival Footage
Gold mining and the life of gold miners in South Dakota, as seen by the Homestake Mining company. How ore is drilled and brought up to surface. The route of General George Custer in 1874 is shown. Mine shafts, logging, South Dakota gold mine machinery, draftsmen, lab technicians shown. . CharlieDeanArchives - Archive footage from the 20th century making history come alive!
Views: 7239 Charlie Dean Archives
"South Dakota Saga" Homestake Mine video from 1940 - Part 1
"South Dakota Saga" Homestake Mine video from 1940 Part of the Prelinger Archives, this video exhibits gold mining and the life of gold miners in Lead, South Dakota, through the eyes of the Homestake Mining Company. For more information on the Homestake Mine as well as the Sanford and Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratories, visit: http://dusel.wikidot.com For more on the Prelinger Archives, visit: http://www.archive.org/details/prelinger
Views: 4763 rapidcitylibrary
South Dakota mining town revitalized by underground science lab
The small South Dakota city of Lead was once home to the largest gold mine in North America. When it closed in 2002, the town took a big hit as hundreds of workers lost their jobs and many left in search of work. But the future of Lead could hinge on people going back underground to dig into a very different matter. Jim Axelrod reports. Subscribe to the "CBS This Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q0v2hE Watch "CBS This Morning" HERE: http://bit.ly/1T88yAR Watch the latest installment of "Note to Self," only on "CBS This Morning," HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Sh8XlB Follow "CBS This Morning" on Instagram HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q7NGnY Like "CBS This Morning" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/1LhtdvI Follow "CBS This Morning" on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1Xj5W3p Follow "CBS This Morning" on Google+ HERE: http://bit.ly/1SIM4I8 Get the latest news and best in original reporting from CBS News delivered to your inbox. Subscribe to newsletters HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1RqHw7T Get your news on the go! Download CBS News mobile apps HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Xb1WC8 Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream local news live, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B --- Delivered by Charlie Rose, Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King, "CBS This Morning" offers a thoughtful, substantive and insightful source of news and information to a daily audience of 3 million viewers. The Emmy Award-winning broadcast presents a mix of daily news, coverage of developing stories of national and global significance, and interviews with leading figures in politics, business and entertainment. Check local listings for "CBS This Morning" broadcast times.
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Homestake Gold Mine History - South Dakota Saga - 1940 - CharlieDeanArchives / Archival Fo
Homestake Gold Mine History - South Dakota Saga - 1940 - CharlieDeanArchives / Archival Footage videos Gold mining and the life of gold miners in South Dakota, as seen by the Homestake Mining company. How ore is drilled and brought up to surface. The route of . Homestake Gold Mine History - South Dakota Saga - 1940 - CharlieDeanArchives / Archival Footage videos Gold mining and the life of gold miners in South . South Dakota Saga Homestake Mine video from 1940 of the Prelinger Archives, this video exhibits gold mining and the life of gold miners in Lead, South . South Dakota Saga Homestake Mine video from 1940 of the Prelinger Archives, this video exhibits gold mining and the life of gold miners in Lead, South .
Views: 551 Loyd Bradley
Homestake Gold District History & Dakota Territory Resource Corp
Homestake Gold District History and Dakota Territory Resource Corp - Dakota Territory's Plans for future Gold Exploration
Views: 2465 Richard Bachman
BROKEN BOOT GOLD MINE! - (full tour!)
Touring the Broken Boot Gold Mine, keep in mind, i filmed it all on my cell phone. I hope you all enjoy, and we also encourage and except fun ideas and items from our fans that we can use in our videos. So if you have anything in mind, feel free to send it our way. If we like it, we will use it in our videos and give you a shout out, and always remember like and subscribe if you want to see more fun videos. THANK YOU! to all who support us. Send Mail to; PO Box 41624 Sacramento, CA. 95841 For business purposes, contact us at: [email protected] This is; "WhateverTv's" Channel (a Fishbro Production)
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Mining & Uses Of Titanium - 1954 - CharlieDeanArchives / Archival Footage
Titanium - The ninth most abundant element on Earth! Beautifully shot industrial production filled with stock shots of titanium mining, factory, mill, spinning globe, laboratory, test labs, minerals. Woman in 1950s-style kitchen. Periodic table of elements. Titanium dioxide paint. Film has some water damage to emulsion, which makes good effect. CharlieDeanArchives - Archive footage from the 20th century making history come alive!
Views: 12431 Charlie Dean Archives
Mining and Milling Ore for Titanium Dioxide 1954 National Lead Company
The initial discovery of the rare mineral deposit in India was on the western coast as placer deposits on beaches near Kollam, north of the capital city, Thiruvananthapuram in the coastal state of Kerala, India. Production of titanium dioxide commenced on these beaches in 1951. In the year 1909, the presence of the mineral monazite was observed in coir, a coconut fiber, shipped to Germany from India. He traced back to the place from where the coir was exported and this lead to the discovery of the deposits on the western coast of India, in the erstwhile princely state of Travancore. As thorium nitrate, a chemical produced from the mineral monazite was in good demand at that time for the production of mantles for gas lights, efforts started immediately for recovery of monazite from this deposit. Even though with the advent of electricity, the demand for gas lights and in turn that for thorium nitrate diminished, interest in these deposits continued since by that time technology developed for the production of titanium dioxide from the mineral Ilmenite. Titanium dioxide (TiO2), is a an insoluble white powder used extensively in many commercial products, including paint, cosmetics, plastics, paper and food, as an anticaking or whitening agent. This is clipped from the 1954 film, The Ninth Element, produced by the Titanium Pigment Corporation, a subsidiary of the National Lead Company. mining, factory, mill, spinning globe, laboratory, test labs, minerals Thanks to the Prelinger Archives for saving this film and making it available on the Internet Archive. Learn more on the wonderful Prelinger Archive at https://archive.org/details/prelinger.
Views: 1310 markdcatlin
Driving from Latchstring Inn at Savoy (Spearfish Canyon) to Lead, SD on Hwy 14A
Here's a nice scenic drive from Savoy, SD to Lead, SD. We are just leaving the Latchstring Inn in Spearfish Canyon headed up Hwy 14A to Cheyenne Crossing and then on to Lead, SD..
Views: 101 rapidtronics
"South Dakota Saga" Homestake Mine video from 1940 - Part 3
"South Dakota Saga" Homestake Mine video from 1940 Part of the Prelinger Archives, this video exhibits gold mining and the life of gold miners in Lead, South Dakota, through the eyes of the Homestake Mining Company. For more information on the Homestake Mine as well as the Sanford and Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratories, visit: http://dusel.wikidot.com For more on the Prelinger Archives, visit: http://www.archive.org/details/prelinger
Views: 1479 rapidcitylibrary
"South Dakota Saga" Homestake Mine video from 1940 - Part 2
"South Dakota Saga" Homestake Mine video from 1940 Part of the Prelinger Archives, this video exhibits gold mining and the life of gold miners in Lead, South Dakota, through the eyes of the Homestake Mining Company. For more information on the Homestake Mine as well as the Sanford and Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratories, visit: http://dusel.wikidot.com For more on the Prelinger Archives, visit: http://www.archive.org/details/prelinger
Views: 1959 rapidcitylibrary
Lotus Up Espresso & Deli in Lead, SD
Lotus Up Espresso & Deli featured as the Best of the Black Hills
Views: 964 TDGuide
(31 May 2012) Nestled nearly 5-thousand feet (1,524 metres) beneath the earth in the gold boom town of Lead, South Dakora, is a laboratory that could help scientists answer some pretty heavy questions about life, its origins and the universe. It's hard to spot from the surface. Looking around the rustic town, there are far more nods to its mining past than to its scientific future, but on Wednesday, part of the Homestake Gold Mine officially became an underground campus where the elusive material called dark matter might finally be detected. "This year, 2012, is going to be a very significant year because we get to turn the ... detector on and know very soon whether we have actually found dark matter or not," said Rick Gaitskell, a scientist with Brown University. Gaitskell has worked alongside dozens of scientists over the past few years to move forward with the Large Underground Xenon experiment, or LUX, the world's most sensitive dark matter detector. For most people, dark matter is a term that made their eyes glaze over in science class. But for Gaitskell and other scientists, it's the mystery meat of existence. Regular matter, such as people and planets, for example, make up about four percent of the total mass-energy of the universe. Scientists estimate that dark matter makes up about 25 percent. Scientists know it exists by its gravitational pull but, unlike regular matter and antimatter, dark matter is undetectable. Gaitskell, who said he's been "hunting dark matter" for 23 years, and his colleagues know only that it could explain why the universe isn't made up equally of matter and antimatter. That, in turn, could explain how the world as we know it came to be. Gaitskell was among a handful of scientists on Wednesday who greeted South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard and dozens of scientists and journalists visiting the lab. The VIP guests took the 11-minute ride down a shaft that had been used by countless miners for more than a century. Beneath the earth are 370 miles (595 kilometres) of tunnels over 7,700 acres. The new lab takes up about 10-thousand square feet (0.2 acres), leaving plenty of room for expansion. The once-grimy mine has been washed clean and painted white. Concrete paths were poured for easier walking, and clean rooms ensure that the experiments won't be tainted. Now the site is ideal for the search for dark matter, according to Kevin Lesko, of Lawrence Berkley National Lab, who is the principal investigator for the Sanford Underground Research Facility. Dark matter is too sensitive to detect in normal laboratories, but one so far underground would help shield it from pesky cosmic radiation. Also, the LUX detector is submerged in water, further insulating it. The unveiling was a long time coming: The mine opened during the Black Hills' gold rush in 1876 and outlasted many counterparts. In the late 1990s, it employed about one thousand people, but as the value of gold dropped, hundreds of miners gradually lost their jobs. The mine shuttered for good in 2003. One local business owner, Liz Tiger, said she was glad that the search for dark matter was reviving the town. "The economy up here really died after Homestake shut down. And so, in order just to save this town, save Main Street up here - I'm really excited for that." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/103ee926ada964937c2a1ec0d5b5ac63 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 340 AP Archive
"South Dakota Saga" Homestake Mine video from 1940 - Part 4
"South Dakota Saga" Homestake Mine video from 1940 Part of the Prelinger Archives, this video exhibits gold mining and the life of gold miners in Lead, South Dakota, through the eyes of the Homestake Mining Company. For more information on the Homestake Mine as well as the Sanford and Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratories, visit: http://dusel.wikidot.com For more on the Prelinger Archives, visit: http://www.archive.org/details/prelinger
Views: 1220 rapidcitylibrary
Lead to Deadwood, South Dakota. Black Hills Destinations. Wild West.
Spending time in the towns of Lead and Deadwood is like taking a step back in time. As you walk the streets you can imagine the wild west and the characters that once roamed the Black Hills. Lead, home of the Homestake Mining Company, was a little tamer than the gambling and brothel run town of Deadwood. Pheobe Hearst, mother of the media tycoon William Randolph Hearst, was one of the first in the nation to build a town that took care of her workers. Pheobe was responsible for building a public library, kindergarten, and an opera house. There was a community center and holiday celebrations to bring the town together. Today the longest working gold mine in the northern hemisphere is home to Stanford Labs where they are experimenting with dark matter a mile under the surface. Deadwood was the town where you went for a drink, a woman, or a game of cards. Known for it's lawlessness and colorful characters Deadwood has a special charm of it's own. From the brick streets and matching buildings to wild west characters like Wild Bill Hickock roaming the streets this town screams wild west charm. A visit to the Black Hills would not be complete with out taking this step back in time. If you like what you see please like and subscribe. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram and look for new items on our Etsy page. Your support helps us to spread happiness through nature and music. https://www.roadwardbound.com https://www.facebook.com/RoadWardBound9 https://www.instagram/roadward_bound https://www.etsy.com/shop/RoadWardBound All video music soundtracks by the Wayman Rae Project https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkX3
Views: 154 RoadWard Bound
Abandoned  Hydro Electric Plant in South Dakota - Road Trip Vlog 5
100 year old abandoned Gold Mine Hydro Electric Plant on the Spearfish Canyon, South Dakota scenic byway that was once owned by George Hearst, father of William Randolph Hearst. See it at: https://youtu.be/oTulWJJAzPs On our way to Roughlock Falls, we saw a pretty intriguing sight – A Hydro Electric Plant that was built in 1917. This year is the 100th Anniversary of the building so we couldn’t resist stopping the car to explore it. We did not enter the building or the property because of the “No Trespassing” signs and a big fence around the it. Researching on the internet, we were able to find out about the history of the plant. In 1877, a group of investors including George Hearst (father of William Randolph Hearst) bought the Homestake Mine from the men who discovered it for $70,000. The investors incorporated the mine company and began selling shares on the New York Stock Exchange in 1879. It would become the first and longest – listed mining stock in the history of the exchange. The Homestake Mining Company Hydro Electric Plant No. 2 was constructed in 1917 to supplement the power of Plant No. 1 which was built in 1910. They both contained turbines that provided power for the Homestake Mining Company’s gold mining operation in Lead, South Dakota. The pipes that diverted the water to the plant were made of redwood and later lined with concrete. Read more and see photos at: https://lexandneek.wordpress.com/2017/07/27/abandoned-homestake-mining-company-hydro-electric-plant-no-2-road-trip-day-3-ep-5/ https//lexandneek.wordpress.com https://www.instagram.com/lexandneek/ https://www.pinterest.com/lexandneek/ https://www.facebook.com/LexandNeek https://twitter.com/LexandNeek Homestake Mining photograph By John C. H. Grabill - Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, John C. H. Grabill Collection https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1075082 All photographs are public domain images, courtesy of: Wikimedia Commons Music: Pickup Truck by Silent Partner Music track courtesy of YouTube Music Library
Views: 719 LexandNeek
Exploring a Copper Mine in South Dakota
A quick walkthrough of a mine in the black hills. I believe it used to be a copper mine.
Views: 1431 Camp Slasher
The Homestake Mining Claim Tour - Part 3
Join us as our guide, Mike, shares a little history of the tunnel which leads deep into the mountainside...
Views: 139 Let's Get Dirty
South Dakota Saga - Part 2
Homestake Mining Corporation
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2000 Years of Lead Mining on Halkyn Mountain
A simple animated film representing how lead mining developed on Halkyn Mountain from when the Romans first mined using hand tools to the highly mechanised 20th century mining. To find out more about Halkyn Mountain please visit: http://www.halkynmountain.co.uk
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Homestead Mining Company visit 6-25-2008 in the black hills south dakota
Me and my family visited the Homestead Mining Company in the black hills of south dakota on June 25,2008. We toured the place including the small steam locomotive on display.
Views: 48 Brad Bennetzen
Homestake Mine, Lead South Dakota
Homestake Mine, Lead South Dakota
Views: 940 Mat Fleishans
The Homestake Mining Claim Tour - Part 1
Join us as we venture out on our pilot expedition, a mini-adventure in which we film some of our time at the Homestake Mine which is located just East of Oatman - 3.4 miles down Silver Creek Road from Route 66.
Views: 179 Let's Get Dirty
Wharf Resources Holds Ribbon Cutting Celebrating Mining Expansion
Wharf Resources held a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday to celebrate the mining expansion into Golden Reward.
Views: 327 Stephanie Kayser
canyon drive north of Lead, S.D.
Wonderful drive from Lead, just south of Deadwood, S.D., north back to interstate. This was not listed in any brochures we saw. Lead has perhaps the largest open pit gold mine (not active, though) in the U.S.
Views: 483 Tom Lavoie
Historic Homestake Mine in the Elliston Mining District, Helena Montana, from the Department of Land
This lode claim was staked by the Department of Land Transfer Information 2015 LandTransfer.US.com / mining claim up for auction on eBay Scyros35
Views: 152 Steven Cyros
Tour of Black Hills Mining Museum in Lead, SD
Tour of Black Hills Mining Museum in Lead, SD
Homestake press conference Daugaard
SD Lt. Gov. Dennis Daugaard at the July 10, 2007, press conference about the Homestake gold mine in Lead being chosen by the National Science Foundation as the site for a national deep underground laboratory.
Views: 254 hoghouseblog
1880 Train Black Hills Central Railroad  from Hill City to Keystone South Dakota 7/17/17
Today we chased the 1880 train on on old Hill City Road in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The locomotive leading this train has an interesting history. This is a 2-6-6-2T articulated Mallet that was built by The Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1928 for the Weyerhaeuser Timber Company of Vail, WA. Its next stop was The Rayonier Lumber Company where it received a tender from Rayonier #101 and was retired in 1968. This engine was later displayed at the Wasatch Mountain Railway in Heber City, UT, and then sold to the Nevada State Railway Museum. The #110 was sold to The BHC in 1999 and was trucked from Nevada to South Dakota on four semi-trailers. Restoration on this engine was completed in the spring of 2001. It is the only 2-6-6-2T Mallet in service in the world. The first steam engine in the Black Hills was brought across the prairie by bull team to the Homestake Mining Company at Lead in 1879. In 1881, the Home-stake Company created the first narrow-gauge railroad in the Black Hills to haul its cargo and the public from Lead to several mining camps. In 1885, the first standard-gauge railroad reached Buffalo Gap, Dakota Territory, and was extended on into Rapid City the next year. The standard-gauge Burlington branch that came to host the 1880 Train's operations was built in several portions between Hill City and Keystone during the central Black Hills mining boom in the 1890s and the first month of 1900. The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad (hereafter referred to as the Burlington for simplicity), pushed its line into the southwestern corner of the newly created state of South Dakota in November of 1889. In the spring of 1890, construction of this began at Edgemont as the first phase of the "High Line." In the summer of 1927, President Calvin Coolidge dedicated a granite mountain three miles southwest of Keystone as America's Shrine of Democracy, the Mount Rushmore National Memorial. In 1948, another monumental project was begun near a future route of the 1880 Train. South of Hill City, a granite mountain was chosen to memorialize the Lakota Indian warrior Crazy Horse. A young sculptor named Korzak Ziolkowski and several Lakota elders proclaimed that the mountain carving would "let others know that the Indian peoples had great leaders, too." Railroads in Lead City, 1900 During the late 1940s, diesel engines became more common than steam. After years of declining use, William B. Heckman (a public relations man with railroad experience) decided to start a railroad where steam actually operated and was not just relegated to static display. He and Robert Freer, a sales engineer of diesel locomotives in the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors, organized a group who believed "there should be in operation at least one working steam railroad, for boys of all ages who share America's fondness for the rapidly vanishing steam locomotive." On the morning of August 18, 1957, the first official train operated on the Black Hills Central Railroad. Veteran Burlington engineer Earl Coupens piloted the Klondike Casey and its two open-air coaches away from the Burlington's vintage1890 Hill City depot, up the four-percent grade of Tin Mill Hill and on to Oblivion. The route was nicknamed "the 1880 Train," as it was likened by Heckman to riding a train in the 1880s. While not quite historically accurate (Heckman was never a rigorous advocate of historic accuracy), the dating of the operation stuck, and if nothing else, captured an illusion of the railroad history. Robert and JoAnna Warder bought the Black Hills Central Railroad in 1990. As a result, the railroad experienced a rebirth. The existing operational locomotives (#7 and #104) were restored to prime condition, as were a number of the pieces of rolling stock. A new stall and machine shop were added to the Hill City Engine House for maintenance and restoration of locomotives, passenger cars and other rolling stock on a year-long basis. Railroad facilities were cleaned up and upgraded. In 2001, the link between Hill City and Keystone was restored, and trains were able to travel the steep grade in between the two depots, providing a vintage steam experience for thousands of tourists who visit the Black Hills on an annual basis. Fifty years after its inception, the Black Hills Central Railroad is still providing what Heckman envisioned–a place where new generations experience a steam locomotive and a way to commemorate the vital role that railroads played in the development of this country.
Views: 1728 Heartland Railfans
Historical Footprints Previews
Historical Footprints, a video production company in Lead, SD, has been in business for 30 years. Our main goal has been to collect and restore historical film from South Dakota and the Black Hills. Most of the film and movies are specific to this area and contain one-of-a-kind film dating back to 1913. Key subjects in this collection include Mount Rushmore, Deadwood, Wind Cave, Sturgis Rally, Homestake Gold Mining Company and the growth of tourism. Historical Footprints is making this amazing collection available for purchase.
Homestake District Final
The Homestake gold mine in the Black Hills of South Dakota produced 40 million ounces. This video shows new maps and sections that present new concepts that relate to how the gold deposit formed.
Views: 109 Richard Bachman
Homestake Water Project - 2017 PipeDiver Inspection
From the Colorado town of Buena Vista, the views of the distant Rocky Mountains are deceptively stunning. Up close, the terrain is hilly, inhospitable and extremely remote. With no roads and little access, this is helicopter, snowmobile and 4-wheel-drive country. As might be expected, the logistics of inspecting a water pipeline that runs through this unforgiving territory makes the inspection extremely time consuming and hazardous for everyone. Until now. For the Homestake Water Project, the manned electromagnetic (EM) inspection that previously shut down the critical 44-mile pipeline for at least one month annually over five years, was now completed in one day, thanks in part to an enhanced PipeDiver® EM tool developed by Pure Technologies. Pipeline inspection that took 5 years to complete using traditional dewatering and manned entries now completed in a single day with improved safety and resolution.
Views: 952 Pure Technologies
UNA  Protesting The Hearst Family's Illegal Theft of The Black Hills & The Homestake Gold Mine
Please Forward and Distribute To Your Communities http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=147763811947846 UNA Demanding Reparations and Accountability for the Illegal Taking of The Black Hills and The Homestake Gold Mine. Friday March 25th 2011 8:00AM - 3:00PM Press conference at Noon Saturday March 26th 2011 8:00AM - 3:00PM Please Bring Drums & Hand-Held Signs to show Solidarity in Protesting the Theft of The Black Hills and The Homestake Gold Mine Rally at The Hearst Castle Entrance 750 Hearst Castle Road San Simeon, CA 93452 For More Information Please Contact United Native Americans, Inc. Lehman L. Brightman National President of UNA (510)758-8160 [email protected] or Quanah Parker Brightman Vice President of UNA (510)672-7187 [email protected] History Before its closing in 2002 Homestake Gold Mine was the oldest, largest and deepest mine in the Western Hemisphere, reaching more than 8000 feet below the town of Lead. http://www.homestakevisitorcenter.com/history.html UNA Reclaims Mount Rushmore-1970 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Wd1uLgV7mc On August 29th, 1970, a small group of dedicated young Indians Invaded Mount Rushmore, the so called "National Shrine of Democracy," located in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The Indian people who took part in this out standing feat, did so at the Invitation of the Local Indian people from Rapid City, South Dakota and the Surrounding Reservations. Most of these young Indians were from Different Tribes and Reservations who Volunteered to Help the Sioux in their efforts to force the Federal Government to pay for the illegal taking of their land 94 years ago in 1877. The Invasion started at 8:00PM. Sat. Evening, the 29th of August 1970, when 23 young Indians, most of whom were college students, braved arrest and fines to help the Sioux regain their Sacred Black Hills. By 7:00AM the next Morning after an all night game of hide and seek or (rangers and Indians) most of the protesters had reached the Top of the Mountain near the four faces of the Presidents, where they hung out a large flag, with the Words, "SIOUX INDIAN POWER." And After a Brief ceremony, they renamed the Mountain "Crazy Horse Mountain" in Honor of the Famous war chief "Crazy Horse." The incredible story behind this invasion and Occupation started five days earlier, when the local Sioux Indian people from Rapid City, South Dakota and the surrounding reservations established picket lines at the base of the monument. But after four days and nights of demonstrations the park authorities were not only not listening, but seemed to think the whole thing was a big joke. That is until the local People invited out of state Indians and National Indian Organizations to Aid them in their heroic endeavor. After taking the mountain and occupating it for a period of ten days or more, most of the college students and others were forced to return to school or their jobs, but by then the movement had caught on and Indian People from Across South Dakota were visiting the Mountain bring Food and Water and Replacing the original invaders by two fold. This was the First Indian uprising in South Dakota since the Sioux Wiped Out Custer in 1876, and suddenly young and old alike were taking new faith, Indians were Fighting Back. During the Second day of the Occupation the park authorities sent a message they wanted to talk with the leaders of the group to determine what they wanted and how long they intended to stay, Lehman Brightman replied, "as long as the grass grows, the water flows and the sunshine's," which didn't seem to please them much. UNA Celebrates The 40th Anniversary of The Reclaiming of The Black Hills. pt1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnI3U6bBWCI United Native Americans, Inc The First Militant Indian Organization To Rise To National Prominence.
Views: 941 Quanah Brightman
Active Mine Visit: Buick Mine & Mill
This is a rather unusual video for the channel, in that I got the opportunity to visit Doe Run's Buick Mine & Mill. The Buick Mine has been idled since February of this year due to low lead prices, but its mill is running on ore from the No. 29 and No. 35 (Casteel) mines, to the tune of 6500tpd ore throughput. The Buick Mil produces lead, zinc, and copper concentrates from the Viburnum Trend orebody. While at Buick, I had the opportunity to speak with one of Doe Run's senior geologists. It sounds as if some exploration work has been done in the area of the No. 28 and even No. 27 mines, and that mining may resume at one or both of those operations when lead prices make it profitable. We visited No. 28's escape shaft early this spring; the mine is currently flooded but can be dewatered. Workings from the Buick/Magmont Mine (Doe Run bought Cominco's Magmont Mine, demolished the surface plant, and works the mine from Buick's shafts) are within a thousand feet of the No. 28 workings in places, so that mine may wind up being dewatered and connected with the rest. Most mines in the New Lead Belt are interconnected; it's possible to travel for over twenty miles underground. Thank you to the Doe Run Company for the tour of the Buick Mill, and to the mill supervisor for granting permission to video the operation!
Views: 1061 Headframe Hunters
Science Adventure: 1 Mile Underground!
I got to explore an abandoned gold mine in historic Lead, South Dakota (next to Deadwood) that has been transformed into an epic science laboratory. The Sanford Underground Research Facility is host to a particle accelerator, extremophile research, dark matter experiments and the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE). DUNE will be detecting neutrinos that are sent all the way from Fermilab in Chicago. DUNE will be the largest international science collaboration second only to the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. I was in Lead to keynote their big public event called Neutrino Day. I always adore a chance to geek out about neutrinos and subatomic particle collisions, but I was especially excited to get a chance to go one mile underground and see all the cool science taking place. In addition to particle physicists working there, there are also biologists and geophysicists doing experiments. Special thanks to Sanford Lab and specifically Constance Walter, Ricky Allen and Mark Hanhardt for being incredibly welcoming and showing me around. Before going underground, I was required to watch a safety training video as well as a video on cultural awareness for the place I was about to explore, which I very much appreciated. Lead is in the Black Hills, which was home to a number of Native American tribes, including the Lakota people, for thousands of years. Gold was discovered in the Black Hills in the 1870s and Native Americans were forced out from their land. Lead became a gold mining town for the next 125 years until the mine went out of business. A few years later, Sanford Lab took over the mine and now operates it with a minimal impact on the land and makes decisions with respect for the land's and people's sacred history. Be one of my official Space Friends and grab a signed copy of my book by joining me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/arielwaldman You can follow Ariel Waldman on: http://twitter.com/arielwaldman http://instagram.com/arielwaldman
Views: 1193 Ariel Waldman
Homestake press conference Rep. Herseth
US Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin speaks at a July 10, 2007, press conference at the Homestake gold mine, about to turn science lab, in Lead, SD.
Views: 438 hoghouseblog
Uranium Mining in the Black Hills
Good idea, or no? Well maybe, but NIMBY! http://www.sciencewriter.net
Views: 37 Stan Gibilisco
Homestake Resource Corp's JV with Agnico-Eagle Mines
Joe Kizis, President & Director or Homestake Resource Corp, talks about a joint venture with Agnico-Eagle Mines for Homestake Ridge, 1 million oz gold equivalent, looking for many more millions of ounces, plus 37 reported mineral occurrences on an extension of the same package of rocks at Kinskuch (Sept 2012).
Katherine Mine Ruins!
BEST VIEWED FULL SCREEN AT 1080hHD Katherine's Landing takes its name from the old Katherine Mine that is located northeast of the current marina. The Katherine Mine lies dead and decaying. All that stands is an odd assortment of concrete pillars, arranged as if in some forgotten graveyard, and the foundation of the once impressive structure. Scattered about are the rusting remains of iron tanks and other equipment used in the mining operation. Deep beneath the surface, a labyrinth of passages is choked with water, rotten timbers and memories of long departed miners. Mining activity began in the Katherine-Union Pass area in the mid-1860s with the discovery of gold. The Pyramid and Gold Cycle mines, both in the present-day South Telephone Cove area; the Homestake Mine, across the river in Nevada; and the Sheeptrails Mine in the Union Pass area, were the more primary mines established during this time. To process ore, the Sheeptrails Mine built a mill near the Colorado River, west of the Pyramid Mine. The road used to haul ore from the Sheeptrails Mine to the mill passed by a solitary granite knob that protruded from a flat gravel plain. A teamster, S.C. Bagg, who was hauling ore to the mill, panned some samples from the outcropping. In September 1900, the outcrop was claimed by Bagg and became the Catherine Mine (original spelling). S.C. Bagg wasted no time About 2000 tons of ore were mined from Catherine and then processed at the Sheeptrails Mill between 1900 and 1903. The mine was leased in 1903, and an unknown amount of ore was removed before the mine was closed in 1904. The mine was sold that same year to the Arizona Pyramid Mining Company which reopened it in 1907, operating it for two years. In 1915, gold was discovered in the United Eastern Mine at Oatman. This discovery caused the "First Oatman Boom." Numerous claims were staked, and shafts sunk with little reason and even less chance of success. This boom soon reached the Union Pass-Catherine District where claims were staked adjoining the Catherine, Sheeptrails and other older existing mines. Shafts in the new area were sunk with less justification and chance of success than they were at Oatman. Most of these "bloomers" adopted the name Catherine in their title: Catherine Extension, Catherine Treasure Vault and Catherine Midway. None of the new mines recorded any production, and all were shut down by the onset of the Great Depression in 1929. With the boom came the promotion of the Catherine and Tri-state town sites. The Catherine town site was about two miles east of the Catherine Mine, and the Tri-state was across the river from the present day Katherine Landing. A post office was operated at the Catherine Town site from 1925 to 1929. Today, little remains of the Katherine site, the Tri-state site lies under the waters of Lake Mohave. In 1919, Catherine Mine, now titled the Katherine Gold Mining Company, began to further develop the area. A new vertical shaft was sunk to 950 feet, and a shaft sunk from the 400 foot level opened the 500- and 600-foot levels. A cyanide mill that could process 75 tons of ore a day was completed in June 1925. It was later enlarged to process 250 tons per day. The mill ran more or less continuously through 1927. The mine and mill operation slowed down in 1928, and in December of 1929, the Katherine Gold Mining Company declared bankruptcy. The mill operated for short periods of time, processing ore from some of the area mines between 1931 and 1932. This marked the separation of the Katherine Mill and Mine operations. Between 1933 and 1934, the price of gold rose, and it became profitable to mine gold again. Many old mines were reopened. The Gold Standard Gold Mining Company acquired the Katherine Mill and Mine water rights, and began operating in September 1933. A fire severely damaged the structures in September of 1934. The mill was back in operation by November 1934, and processed ore from the local mines. The Gold Standard Gold Mining Company acquired title to the Katherine Mine in 1935. After rehabilitating the mine and repairing the fire damage, the Katherine Mine was in production from 1937 to 1940. The mill ran continuously until April 15, 1943, when it was closed by the War Production Board. Katherine was a boom town that gained more from its reputation than from the ore that it produced. The Katherine Mine produced less than $2 million in gold and silver between 1900 and 1940. The mill, processing ore from area mines, excluding the Katherine Mine, produced $3.6 million in gold and silver between 1900 and 1943. Read more: http://www.desertusa.com/colorado-river/lake-mead-nra/lake-mohave/katherine-mine.html#ixzz4MWJEOJ2d Read more: http://www.desertusa.com/colorado-river/lake-mead-nra/lake-mohave/katherine-mine.html#ixzz4MWJ4xvnA Read more: http://www.desertusa.com/colorado-river/lake-mead-nra/lake-mohave/katherine-mine.html#ixzz4MWIvUCIj
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South Dakota Saga - Part 1
Homestake Mining Corporation
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Deadwood Mining Co. Speeder Clip #2
Deadwood Mining Co. Speeder Clip #2 Crossing trestle
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Top 10. Best Tourist Attractions in Spearfish: South Dakota
group facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1787047574894248/ The most beautiful places and sight in Spearfish. Top 10. Best Tourist Attractions in Spearfish - South Dakota: Spearfish Canyon, Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway, D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery, Bridal Veil Falls, Termesphere Gallery, Spirit of the Hills Wildlife Sanctuary, Devil Bathtub South Dakota, Spearfish Rec & Aquatics Center, High Plains Heritage Center Museum, Crow Peak Brewing Co.
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Sanford Lab Brown Bag Lunch Presentation Part 4
Bill Harlan, Communications Director for the Sanford Underground Science and Egineering Laboratory at Homestake Mine in Lead, South Dakota, gives a presentation for Rapid City employees on the lab's history and progress as part of the Brown Bag Lunch series. For more information about the lab, the mine, and all the science yet to come to the Black Hills, visit the Rapid City Public Library's wiki at http://dusel.wikidot.com or the Sanford Lab's homepage at http://www.sanfordundergroundlaboratoryathomestake.org .
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Old mine near Custer
This doesn't do justice and show how big and really deep this mine is. They are filling it in and covering it up now. And no, we are not supposed to be here but Donn talked me into it!!
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North River Resources Namib Lead & Zinc Mine 1
A Virtual Tour of North River Resources Namid Lead and Zinc Mine in Sierra Leone by DOP Ben Marlow
Abandoned South Dakota Farm Town
I was hunting and came across this abandoned farm. there was a whole town next to it that the people just left when the train stopped coming through town, the water levels rose to create flooding and farms got bigger driving small farmers out of business. Hope you enjoyed the video! Like and subscribe
Home for sale - 11171 Alpine Circle, Lead, SD 57754
Listing Site: Property Site: http://tour.circlepix.com/home/SSNHWS/11171-Alpine-Circle-Lead-SD-50937Bedrooms: 3Bathrooms: 02 three-quarter and 1 half BathroomsSquare Feet: 2985Price: $390,000MLS ID: 50937For more information about this property, please contact Dorcie Johner at 605-645-1234 Dorcie or [email protected] You can also text 3209200 to 67299.COMPANY SOCIAL MEDIA: ------------------------------------------ http://www.kwblackhills.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KellerWilliamsBlackHills YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/prudentialkahlerhome REALTOR SOCIAL MEDIA: ------------------------------------------ dorcie.kw.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DorcieJohnerKellerWilliams/ 11/15/2016 07:32:03 amLast modified: