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Mining firm relocates to Crescent City

From the pages of the Crescent City American, June  1931.

The International Milling and Separator Company of Seattle has decided to make Crescent City its headquarters as interest is being revived in black sand mining along this part of the coast and because of the many deposits of black sand in this area.

Ralph Hansen, of Seattle, and C. T. Sigtrig, of Medford, Ore., arrived here last week and set up a working model of the machine, which separates gold from sand, on the corner of Second and K streets in the McNamara building.

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