MINING NEWS: Little Squaw shareholders adopt new name
Independent consultant estimates more than a quarter-million ounces of gold can be recovered in Chandalar placer mining operation
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After decades of doggedly chasing the legendary allure of the gold-rich Chandalar District northern Alaska, Little Squaw Gold Mining Co. is showing signs of closing in on its recent goals. The Spokane, Wash.-based junior changed its name in May to Goldrich Mining Co. It also released findings April....
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