OVERVIEW

The Governor Mine contains $3-$4 billion dollars in Gold Reserves that have never been mined. High Gold reserves were found underground that equaled 5 ounces of gold per ton of dirt in certain locations. There is the potential for much more than $4 Billion in Gold below the 1000' level.

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HISTORIC ARCHIVE DATA

Our staff and team of geologist of accumulated a lot of data pertaining to the Historic Governor Gold Mine.

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NEARBY MINES

Governor Gold Mine is located within the Cedar Mining District. Nearby mines include the Golden Queen's Soledad Mountain Project, Red Rover Mine, and more.

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ARTICLES

You can read several published articles written about the Governor Mine and it's history.

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MINE AND MINERAL DATA

The Governor Mine was shut down because President Roosevelt ordered all gold miners to work at iron mines to make weapons in World War II. In the 1980's an untapped adjacent ore body that has greater gold reserves was discovered. This primary ore body has not been mined.

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LOCATION

The Governor Gold Mine is located 52 Miles North of Downtown, Los Angeles.

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GOVERNOR MINE HISTORY

In the 1940's, the Governor Mine was the largest gold producer in LA County. With the discovery of the untapped adjacent ore body, the Governor Mine has immense economic potential today.

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ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS

For Original Documents such as geological reports, maps, lab results of drill samples, etc.:

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