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Ferreira, Samson Lee

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The Neversweat Prospect (MMK-092) is located on the right bank of Eldorado Creek, a tributary of Moose Creek. The site is a landscape of the Kantishna Historic Mining District (KHMD). The KHMD is within the boundaries of Denali National Park and Preserve, at the end of the 92 mile Park Road near Wonder Lake. The Neversweat Prospect is a 4.3 acre historic site and contains a small collection of historic buildings and structures, small scale features and landscape features associated with lode mining. The extant features consist of one building (cabin), and 15 structures (three collapsed adits, one partially collapsed adit, one partially collapsed outhouse, a historic road, a historic trail, six rock retaining walls)....
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The Nugget Creek landscape is a historic vernacular landscape that exemplifies the evolution of small-scale copper-lode mine on the Kuskulana drainage in the copper belt of the Chitina Valley, Alaska. The Kuskulana drainage is situated along the western slope of the Wrangell mountains, and is a tributary of the Chitina River, which is the major western-flowing-tributary of the Copper River. The property is owned by the federal government within the boundaries of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. Access is along a dirt road/ATV trail from Strelna, at mile 14.5 of the McCarthy road. The McCarthy road was the original route of the Copper River and Northwest Railroad, which connected the famous copper mines...
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