Dry Washing for Gold (Klien)


Dry Washing for Gold (Klien)

Desert locations of gold in CA, AZ and NV.

The updated edition with more on modern electronic prospecting and current equipment. Discover the practice of dry washing, which is a profitable means of extracting gold in regions where water sources are not available. This book will teach you how to dry wash successfully and help you prospect for gold better. Learn about the history of gold, the geology of placer deposits, where to dry wash, how to build a dry washer, how to stake a claim, and much more! Filled with helpful photos, detailed illustrations, and descriptive text that will help you on your way to "showing color!"

About the Author
James Klein was born in Beechgrove, Indiana. In 1932, at the age of 14, he arrived in Los Angeles. He attended Los Angeles City College and UCLA, then went to work at the old Daily News. He later moved to the Los Angeles Mirror-News, and then on the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner. For the next five years, he was sales manager for B.S.I., an automotive battery company.

During his years as a newspaperman, he began doing small parts in movies and television. Introduced to gold prospecting by a friend, he caught gold fever almost at once. He now devotes his full time to acting and prospecting. He is a frequent guest on television talk shows, and has been seen in Coming Home, Comes a Horseman, The China Syndrome, The Electric Horseman, and had a co-starring role in Tom Horn.

Paperback: 89 pages
Publisher: Gem Guides Book Co; Revised edition (June 7, 1994)
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.4 x 0.2 inches

Price: $9.95