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All but about 4,000 ounces of Shoshone County’s 450,000 ounces of gold was mined in the Coeur d’Alene Mountains.The mineralized area can be best located from the town of Wallace.Along Prichard Creek and Eagle Creek, there was some very rich placer gorunds of the 1880’s, rivived in the 1930’s and intermittently worked today.The South Fork of the Coeur d’ Alene River, had many rich lead silver lode mines, with a peak production in 1911. Around the Prichard area most of the streams contain placer gold.Tags: Beaver District, Bunker Hill, Bunker Hill Mine, Burke, Calder, Coeur d' Alene River, Coeur d'Alene National Forest, Coeur d’Alene, Coeur d’Alene Mountains, Eagle City, Eagle City Park, Eagle Creek, Eagle District, Evolution District, Granite Mine, Hunter District, Kellogg, Kingston, Lelande District, Mammoth Mine, Morning Mine, Mullan, Murray, Placer Center District, Poorman Mine, Prichard, Prichard Creek, Shoshone County Idaho Gold, South Fork of the Coeur d' Alene River, St.Joe River, Sullivan Mine, Summit District, Sunshine Mine, Tiger Mine, Wallace, Yreka District Between 18 a total of 441,696 ounces of gold was reported out of Elmore County Idaho.They are now combined as one of the worlds largest lead and silver producers, but they also produce a by product of gold.

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At T47 and 48N R4 and 5E, in the stream and bench gravels you can find placer gold.The two main areas are along the Boise River (the Middle Fork and the South fork) and at Twin Springs.The Atlanta district, which includes Hardscrabble Mine, Middle Boise Mine and Yuba Mine, produced around 385,000 ounces of gold. There are numerous old mines that produced lode gold.In this area you will find the Beaver District, Eagle District, Evolution District, Hunter District, Lelande District, Placer Center District, Summit District and Yreka District.

At Kellogg, is the great Bunker Hill and Sullivan mines.

This district produced around ,000,000 prior to 1911.