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Teddy Cullinane's application for Placer Mining Grant at Eldorado in Bonanza - Nov 1906

This application is dated 15th November 1906 and is signed by Teddy at the bottom right.
"After gold was discovered in 1896 on Bonanza Creek, thousands of claims were staked along tributaries of the Yukon and Klondike Rivers. The Yukon Gold Commissioner's Office issued "Placermining Grants," enabling prospectors to become miners and work their claims for "placer" findings (mineral deposits containing gold, left by glaciers or rivers )."
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Teddy Cullinane's application for Placer Mining Grant at Eldorado in Bonanza - Nov 1906

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