Details: Paha Sapa, the Black Hills, sacred land of the Lakota Indians, had long been the destination for prospectors. In 1874, Gen. George Armstrong Custer conducted an expedition into the Black Hills confirming rumors of gold. The findings of the expedition were widely publicized and the gold rush began. Unable to stem the tide of prospectors seeking their fortunes, the federal government opened Black Hills Native American land to settlement in 1877. During the rush, from 1874 to 1879, unknown numbers of mines were worked and more than 400 mining camps and towns sprang up in the gulches overnight. When the mines played out, most of the settlements died. Black Hills Gold Rush Towns looks at the mining towns that once flourished.
Usually, we have our paydirt bagged, sealed and ready to be shipped within 5-10 days. Sometimes a little faster… other times a little longer if we’re waiting on a fresh truckload of paydirt from our mine or if we are hosting a sale and get swamped with orders. But we promise you the quality of your Lynch Mining Paydirt will be worth the extra few days wait time.
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We will honor a 30day money back guarantee on all orders. If you decide to return paydirt please note that we will not accept any paydirt that has been opened. This includes bags, jars & buckets. Once we receive the returned paydirt we will pan down the material to make sure no gold was taken out. Once your returned paydirt is okayed we will move forward with issuing your refund. free returns.