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Nelson Mine is located in the [[Jackson Range]] at the top of [[Jackson Creek]] at [https://geohack.toolforge.org/geohack.php?pagename=Nelson_Mine&params=41_18_30_N_118_25_40_W_type:city_region:US-NV 41° 18' 30" north 118° 25' 40" west].<ref>[https://mapcarta.com/23759156 mapcarta]</ref>
Nelson Mine is located in the [[Jackson Mountains Mining District]] at the top of [[Jackson Creek]] at [https://geohack.toolforge.org/geohack.php?pagename=Nelson_Mine&params=41_18_30_N_118_25_40_W_type:city_region:US-NV 41° 18' 30" north 118° 25' 40" west].<ref>[https://mapcarta.com/23759156 mapcarta]</ref>


In ''Humboldt County 1905'', the author traveled from [[Willow Creek Ranch]] up [[Trout Creek]] Canyon to the source of [[Jackson Creek]] and then down to the [[Lays Ranch|Lay Ranch]].  The next day, they traveled 2.5 miles down Jackson Creek to the [[Nelson Mine]] and then on to a second Lay Brothers Ranch.  Copper was mined there, managed by W. M. Darling.<ref>"[https://humboldtmuseum.org/humboldt-county-1905 Humboldt County 1905]," Allen C. Bragg, 1905.</ref>
In ''Humboldt County 1905'', the author traveled from [[Willow Creek Ranch]] up [[Trout Creek]] Canyon to the source of [[Jackson Creek]] and then down to the [[Lays Ranch|Lay Ranch]].  The next day, they traveled 2.5 miles down Jackson Creek to the [[Nelson Mine]] and then on to a second Lay Brothers Ranch.  Copper was mined there, managed by W. M. Darling.<ref>"[https://humboldtmuseum.org/humboldt-county-1905 Humboldt County 1905]," Allen C. Bragg, 1905.</ref>
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* [[Iron King Mine]]
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Latest revision as of 03:14, 19 May 2022

Nelson Mine is located in the Jackson Mountains Mining District at the top of Jackson Creek at 41° 18' 30" north 118° 25' 40" west.[1]

In Humboldt County 1905, the author traveled from Willow Creek Ranch up Trout Creek Canyon to the source of Jackson Creek and then down to the Lay Ranch. The next day, they traveled 2.5 miles down Jackson Creek to the Nelson Mine and then on to a second Lay Brothers Ranch. Copper was mined there, managed by W. M. Darling.[2]

References

  1. mapcarta
  2. "Humboldt County 1905," Allen C. Bragg, 1905.

See Also