The Flowery Gold Mines Company of Nevada
Photo of Gold Mountain , Tonopah Divide Mining Company
About The Flowery Gold Mines Company of Nevada
Norman Lamb at the entrance to the Flowery Mine 1987
before its purchase by American Eagle Resources Inc.
The Flowery Gold Mines Company of Nevada was incorporated in Nevada on January 2,1958. It owned part of the productive Golden Eagle Mine (Flowery Gold Mine) in the Flowery Mining District, Storey County, Nevada from 1980 to 1997. Presently it is the largest shareholder of the Tonopah Divide Mining Company, Esmeralda County, Nevada and the second largest shareholder of California - Engels Mining Company, Lights Creek Mining District, Plumas County, California.
For more details see our Corporate Information Statement.
Tenabo Gold Placers
The placer washing plant of our lessee Major Barite Inc. at the Mud Springs for Tenabo Gold Placers, Lander County, Nevada in 1982
Norman Lamb & James Brousseau at first drill hole in 1980 at Flowery Gold Mine, Six Mile Canyon, Storey County, Nevada
The heap leach ore pile at Flowery Gold Mine, looking west toward Virginia City, Sugar Loaf Mountain in the background.
Leach ponds and plant at Flowery Gold Mine, looking east toward Carson Valley
On August 4, 2021 our executive office was burned to the ground in the Dixie Wildfire in Plumas County, California.
Some documents and maps could be not saved in the outer office as the fire came thru too fast.
We have relocated to Roseville, CA . We will keep you up to date as we secure a new office. We are conducting business as usually at this time.
Corporate Information Statement
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