Pamlico ridge stamp mill was built in the late 1800’s and serviced the area mines for a many number of years. The Pamlico district was part of Nevada’s early mining history, yet information on the area is limited. From what we can gather the region produced an average grade around 2 ounces per ton up until the town of Pamlico burnt down in the early 1900’s. Robert Carrington, P. Geo and Chairman of Newrange Gold Corp took the time to walk us through the flow sheet of the mill and explained how the old stamp mill would have gone about crushing the ore for processing in one of Nevada’s earliest cyanide treatment facilities.
Superstition Mountain Museum was kind enough to allow us to use a picture of a replica of a 20 stamp mill which is very similar to what would have been built in the Pamlico district over 100 years ago.
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