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Gold Mines & Mills - Death Valley
Keane Wonder Mine

Keane Wonder Mill

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Picture of stamp mill at Keane Wonder mine, Funeral Mountains, Death Valley National Park

Ore from the mine, 1,300 feet above, was pulverized and gold, silver and lead was removed by an amalgamation process. Once waste material from this process was further processed removing more valuable metals, the product was shipped by wagons to Rhyolite, the nearest railhead.

History of the Keane Wonder

Keane Wonder Mine

Stamp Mills

Rhyolite Ghost Town

Clickable Stovepipe Wells area map

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