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ROME — In the California Gold Rush of 1848, mining technology initially included pans, picks, and shovels. Some prospectors quickly learned that gold extraction was quicker and more reliable with devices designed to drop the heavy metal through a sifting screen. It wasn’t long before the image of the lonely gold-panner crouching in a stream […]

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ROME — In the California Gold Rush of 1848, mining technology initially included pans, picks, and shovels. Some prospectors quickly learned that gold extraction was quicker and more reliable with devices designed to drop the heavy metal through a sifting screen. It wasn’t long before the image of the lonely gold-panner crouching in a stream […]

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