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John A Sutter & James W Marshall
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Chapters # 1841 & # 49
Joint Gentlemans Doins
~ 20AUG16 ~

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... heading out for the doins at Kennedy Mine...
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
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photograph by Russell Holder
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photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
the "new" safer far-away-from-everything storage for the dynomite...
notice the tin roof so the explosion would blow UP, not out
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
What a great plaque JWM #49 erected!!!
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photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder

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the infirmary
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Iggy in his blue T-shirt still working as a Docent, zzz, Col. Klink, Stinky...
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photograph by Russell Holder
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1841 Hangman, Beerman... Deerslayer...
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Clamp Chef and Bongo... nice shiny skull on the BBQ...
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Ben Franklin hawking for #49
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Popeye and Sparks and the black power revolver and the KNIFE...
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The original dynomite storage building, but, in the middle of all the other supportive buildings for the mine, then, safety concious as they were, for fear everything around would be wiped out should it blow out, a stone building with a tin roof a safe distance away was built, and with the tin roof, if the dynomite should blow it would blow up, not out, hence the phrase, "blow up."
photograph by Russell Holder
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photograph by Russell Holder
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the archives building - everyone who ever worked in the mine is on record, when they started, when they quit and how much they were paid
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GOOD LOOKING MOTORCYCLE!
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SteveM, known as Iggy in Clamperdom, is a Docent at the Kennedy Mine and...
- now out of his blue T-shirt is our tour guide today.
The Kennedy Mine operated from 1892 until 1942 when WWWII started.
This mine produced more gold than anyother mine in California.
The shaft is over a mile deep...
- although today is filled with water up to 200 feet from the surface.
The framehead is the tallest in the state, made of steel (not wood), 135 feet tall.
4 kinds of skips went down the shaft at 35 MPH!!!
- miner skip (9 miners on the bottom, 8 on top of them
- donkey skip to get donkeys in/out, 4 at a time
- 112 gallon water skip for removing water
- ore skip
Mine and supporting structures resided on 152 acres.
The movie was filmed in 1914.
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
the blacksmith shop... and the machine shop...
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... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
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the stampers (what is left of them)... and beyond, see the Church where the Serbian miners worshiped...
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... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
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photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
photograph by Russell Holder
... photograph by Russell Holder
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