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Staking a mining claim on Federal lands

United States. Bureau of Land Management.

Staking a mining claim on Federal lands

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mining claims,
  • Public lands -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    IS no. 2-78

    The Physical Object
    Pagination[15] p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14918006M

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Staking a mining claim on Federal lands by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Staking a mining claim on federal lands by United States. Bureau of Land Management,U. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management edition, in English. Staking a Claim.

Federal law specifies that claim boundaries must be distinctly and clearly marked to be readily identifiable. Most states have statutes and regulations concerning the actual staking and recording of mining claims so Staking a mining claim on Federal lands book should refer to the appropriate state agency for additional requirements before locating a claim.

permitted to own or have an interest in mining claims or sites. There is no limit to the number of claims and sites that you may hold as a qualified claimant, as long as the requirements of the General Mining Law have been met. A mining claim is a selected parcel of Federal land, valuable for a specific mineral deposit or deposits, for.

When staking a claim on federal lands, location posts or rock monuments are placed at each corner of the claim. A location notice must be placed on one of the corner markers. Location notices contain the following information: (1) date of location, (2) name of locator, (3) name of claim or property, (4) type of claim, (5) acreage claimed, and.

Who can stake a mining claim. A person who is a citizen of the United States or has declared an intention to become a citizen may locate and hold a mining claim.

You may prospect and locate mining claims on lands open to mineral entry. What is a mining claim. A mining claim is a selected parcel of Federal land, valuableFile Size: KB. Staking A Mining Claim On Federal Lands Item Information. Condition:. not specified. Price: US shipping. Staking A Mining Claim On Federal Lands Seller Rating: positive.

Stake Your Claim: How to Find Gold and Stake a Mining Claim [Silva, Marks] on FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Stake Your Claim: How to Find Gold and Stake a Mining Claim. This book explains how to locate and patent mining claims in California.

It shows locations, monuments, and claim maps. This book is written by the Bureau of Land Management, and it cost To order, call ()   Following the laid out laws, you can easily stake a mining claim on the federal lands within these 19 states.

To help you stake and maintain your mining claim for years to come, here are the steps that you should follow: 1. Select an Area with the Minerals you are Interested in. Before you even think of staking a claim on the federal lands you. Digest of Mining Claim Laws, 5th Edition. A much-used compendium of federal and state mining laws (and federal regulations) which govern the location and maintenance of mining claims on federal lands in the 14 western states, including Alaska.

InCongress altered the procedure for holding unpatented mining claims, in turn causing state. Under the location system, the public generally has the right to explore federal lands, stake mining claims, hold the claims in perpetuity, and extract minerals without paying a federal royalty.

Under the leasing system, the public generally must obtain agency approval to explore federal lands for minerals and must obtain a mining lease, which. About the Yellow Book. Comment Letters. mining. However, some Canadian provinces allow mineral exploration using a location system that provides open access to land to stake a mining claim.

GAO recently reported on the number and characteristics of mining operations on federal lands in GAOR and was also asked to review the. Learn how to find gold in rivers, streams and open land, own a gold mine, and earn extra income selling your gold.

Also included in this Staking a mining claim on Federal lands book is an exclusive listing of more than resources detailing exact placer gold locations throughout the United States. 2. Location of mining claims and sites.

Recordation of mining claims and sites. Annual maintenance (annual assessment work or annual fees) for mining claims and sites. Mineral patents. This pamphlet also provides a brief introduction of the BLM Mining Law Administration Programs responsibilities on federal lands administered by the BLM.

mining leases on State-owned lands. The regulations will provide for the manner of staking and holding claims on lands where claim staking is allowed, and for mining leasing proce- I dures and rentals on lands so classified that mineral rights must be leased. Mining leasing I on tide and submerged lands.

Mining on Federal Lands: Hardrock Minerals Summary Mining of hardrock minerals on federal lands is governed primarily by the General Mining Law of The law grants free access to individuals and corporations to prospect for minerals in public domain lands, and allows them, upon making a discovery, to stake (or locate) a claim on that.

How to Find Federal Lands That Are Open to Gold Mining Claims. While the United States' gold rush days officially ended in the s, for many people the dream of staking a claim and striking it rich continues to this day. The federal government has lands in many parts of the country that are open to mining.

unpatented mining claim from a private seller, make sure you understand what you are purchasing. A Federal unpatented mining claim describes a parcel of federal land that may contain valuable minerals.

Any prospective buyer should understand federal mining laws, including the rights and responsibilities of an unpatented mining claim. Active Mining Claims The other major consideration you will need to keep in mind area active mining claims.

Most of the best areas with gold and minerals on public lands are already claimed. Without permission, you are not allowed to do any prospecting on these lands.

To be clear, these are still public lands that you are allowed to recreate on. CLAIM STAKING. We stake unpatented mining claims. The staking work usually includes preparation of Location Notices, Location Certificates, and the maps required for BLM and county filing.

If claims are to be located on Stock Raising Homestead Act Lands we can prepare the necessary Notice of Intent to Locate (NOITL). Enter the Mining Law for federal lands.

This worked out until some discovered they could stake a mining claim, work the claim for a while, then patent the land. Who Are You Staking a Claim in This Land Book Description: Everyday lives of black people (styles, food dishes, remedies, taboos, etc.

) during the ss. How to regain some of the great ancestral land that was taken during these times and before. Under the General Mining Law of ( ), as amended (30 USC ), citizens of the United States or those intending to become citizens are provided the opportunity to explore for, discover, and purchase certain valuable mineral deposits on public domain lands in the United law also sets general standards and guidelines for claiming the mineral rights to minerals.

The following statement from a pamphlet issued in by the U. Department of the Interior and entitled "Staking a mining claim on Federal Lands" responds to the question "Where May I Prospect?" "There are still areas where you may prospect, and if a discovery of a valuable, locatable mineral is made, you may stake a claim.

(Record Group 49) (bulk ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT Correspondence Records relating to lands administration Other records RECORDS OF OPERATING DIVISIONS OF THE GENERAL LAND.

The Mining Law of is famously generous to miners when it comes to granting them rights to the riches on public lands. But in northern Idaho, a.

the Federal Land Policy and Management Act to protect special public landscapes by withdrawing them from the mining law, essentially placing them off-limits for staking new mining claims. This authority limits withdrawals affecting 5, or more acres to renewable year periods.

Such a withdrawal also requires a detailed analysis. Mining of hardrock minerals on federal lands is governed primarily by the General Mining Law of The law grants free access to individuals and corporations to prospect for minerals in public domain lands, and allows them, upon making a discovery, to stake (or locate) a claim on that deposit.

A claim gives the holder the right to develop the minerals and may be patented to. Since the passage of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of (FLPMA),(16) federal law requires miners to pay a fee and file a copy of the notice of location with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to meet federal recordation requirements.

(17) The miner's claim rights are extinguished ninety days after location of a claim if the miner fails to meet FLPMA filing requirements.

The Bureau of Land Management itself has State Offices and, it says, The Federal Government office with the complete set of land and mineral records for Federal lands in a particular State is the BLM State Office. The BLM State Office is the only office where the mining claim records are filed and available for public inspection.

That rulemaking, at 45 FRaddressed similar comments received on that rulemaking's definition of mining operations and noted, One does not need a mining claim to prospect for or even mine on unappropriated Federal lands.

BLM is simply carrying forward the older definition with only minor modifications. As time passed, recorders added various types of deeds, patents, mining claims, etc.to create an ever-increasing variety of official land records.

Since the law required only that these be recorded in well bound books, record types were combined or separated at the recorders' discretion. An overview of the federal and state records available to confirm title to existingmining claims is presented here.

FEDERAL MINING CLAIM RECORDS A. The Basic Components The Federal Land Policy and Management Act of (FLPMA) requires owners of unpatented mining claims to, among other things, timely file location certificates and. Contrary to the popular belief, not too much has changed since the 's Gold Rush, and there are still laws in effect today that permit and allow for the staking of a gold mining claim on government (federal) lands.

45 Acres and Mining Claims For Sale in Montana United. 8 hours ago Get All. The Claim being more particularly described in the official field notes and depicted on the official plat which are expressly made a part of United States Patent No.

duly recorded in b Page of Patents, records of Phillips County, Montana said premises containing acres. Mining Claims (BLM) Montana hasmining claims on public land listed in The Diggings.

Of these claims, are active while are now closed. Madison, Lincoln, and Sweet Grass are the most active counties in Montana.

General Mining Law Permits citizens to stake mining claims on public land, the federal government to manage claims filed new paperwork or stop mining their claim on BLM land. Staking a Claim in History: The Evolution of Homestake Mining Company by Duane A. Smith Minor shelf and handling wear, overall a clean solid copy with minimal signs of use.

One of the anniversary seals on the front cover is peeling off. All other aspects are like new. Secure packaging for. Here is where I decided to stake my claim, the first step a prospector takes to mine public lands. For a year, this remote and magnificent desert landscape was part of Bears Ears National Monument and off-limits to new mining claims.

That changed in December when President Donald Trump reduced the million-acre monument by 85 percent. The Mining Act Of Digs Up A Lot Of Issues President Trump has opened land to mining in California and Utah. But what does that mean. Planet Money explores the rules for mining on public land.

KALISPELL - Conservationists have staked mining claims on 1, acres in Montana and throughout the West, hoping they'll dig up support for modernizing the nation's year-old mining law.Mining Claims (BLM) Arizona hasmining claims on public land listed in The Diggings™. Of these claims, % are active while % are now closed.

Pinal, Mohave, and Yavapai are the most active counties in Arizona.Land Matters is just getting started. What you see is only a taste of what is on the way.

Keep Land Matters growing. We rely entirely on your public support. Make a donation today. Content. Claims Map Video Tutorial Map Tools Instructions. Mining Claims Maps.