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Roosevelt Mineral Property

$53,994.55

Mule Mountains/Hodges Mining District

Riverside County, CA

Near Blythe, CA

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Property Overview


The Roosevelt Mining Property is a gold mine located in south east California in Riverside County. The mine and the general region is economically depressed and there is little industry in the area aside from some farming operations. There are no major towns nearby, the dying town of Blythe, CA, being the closest but offers little in amenities or services. Desert Center, California, some 50 miles away would be the closest town with access to all needed amenities.

It is for this reason that the Roosevelt remains largely undeveloped and overlooked in the harsh Mule Mountains. The range is a small grouping of high peaks, deep canyons, inhospitable to hikers, bikers or other recreation development. In fact, the mining may be the sole value of the range.
Gold is found in native form in some of the waste dumps on the site. It is in small specks but not microscopic. It is assumed to have been discarded as more valuable ores were being developed on the Rainbow and Roosevelt veins. The apex of both of the aforementioned veins are contained on the Roosevelt Mining Claim.

The mine camp is established below the main haulage portal on the property. There is very little left, notably, the remains of a gear driven arrastra and a few foundations for machinery.

The primary mine workings are cut intercepting and opening the Roosevelt vein, which is gold bearing, copper stained quartz with some iron showings in a granordite type host rock. There is visible gold in small quantities noticeable inside the vein in the quartz. Exploration of the vein and definition of the boundaries of the vein would likely yield positive results. These main workings consist of a large, stable adit which intercepts at least four (4) shafts and or open stopes. Open stopes showing where the vein was worked to the surface. Total estimated linear workings seen at in this complex is 1200’. This does not account for shafts and stopes. There are likely other drift levels inside the shafts that are not mapped or explored for mineral content.

The total claim covers 20 acres and what appears to be the majority of the development of the Rainbow and Roosevelt veins. There are extensive dozer cuts and trenches run through the property.

Gold Rush Expeditions, Inc. does offer mining consultation services and assistance with permits for a small fee.

Training courses for underground work and exploration can be found here: https://stayoutstayalive.com/training/

The Roosevelt Mining Property is a gold mine located in south east California in Riverside County. The mine and the general region is economically depressed and there is little industry in the area aside from some farming operations. There are no major towns nearby, the dying town of Blythe, CA, being the closest but offers little in amenities or services. Desert Center, California, some 50 miles away would be the closest town with access to all needed amenities.

It is for this reason that the Roosevelt remains largely undeveloped and overlooked in the harsh Mule Mountains. The range is a small grouping of high peaks, deep canyons, inhospitable to hikers, bikers or other recreation development. In fact, the mining may be the sole value of the range.
Gold is found in native form in some of the waste dumps on the site. It is in small specks but not microscopic. It is assumed to have been discarded as more valuable ores were being developed on the Rainbow and Roosevelt veins. The apex of both of the aforementioned veins are contained on the Roosevelt Mining Claim.

The mine camp is established below the main haulage portal on the property. There is very little left, notably, the remains of a gear driven arrastra and a few foundations for machinery.

The primary mine workings are cut intercepting and opening the Roosevelt vein, which is gold bearing, copper stained quartz with some iron showings in a granordite type host rock. There is visible gold in small quantities noticeable inside the vein in the quartz. Exploration of the vein and definition of the boundaries of the vein would likely yield positive results. These main workings consist of a large, stable adit which intercepts at least four (4) shafts and or open stopes. Open stopes showing where the vein was worked to the surface. Total estimated linear workings seen at in this complex is 1200’. This does not account for shafts and stopes. There are likely other drift levels inside the shafts that are not mapped or explored for mineral content.

The total claim covers 20 acres and what appears to be the majority of the development of the Rainbow and Roosevelt veins. There are extensive dozer cuts and trenches run through the property.

Gold Rush Expeditions, Inc. does offer mining consultation services and assistance with permits for a small fee.

Training courses for underground work and exploration can be found here: https://stayoutstayalive.com.training/


Acres

Commodities

Type

20

Gold

Lode, Mill

Underground Dev

Surface Dump

Tailings

1,200 feet

25,237 tons

1,110 tons

Access

Features

High Clearance 4WD

N/A

Gold Reserves

Silver Reserves

Copper Reserves

Platinum Reserves

Tungsten Reserves

Molybdenum Reserves

27,836 oz

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A


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