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Greenwood lode
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Info Last updated: 23.02.2022 (18:13:10)
Greenwood Lode - Sur. No. 9655
My Collection; Claim map with Rails laid on top, based on the 1902 claims overview map I have.
Media ID: 205
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
Date Located / Formed:
Squaw Mountain
Location Map Description:
Discovery / Formed by:
  • Charles G. Greenwood ( Info From Claim/Survey Map )
Fate details:
Owned by:
  • Charles G. Greenwood
    -> 1895-11-05 [claim Map]
Known claims:
  • Greenwood lode - 9655
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    General notes:
    This map, while very broken up by other claims is very interesting and sort of important, as the locater of it, Charles G. Greenwood, is associated with a tunnel project called Squaw Mountain Tunnel in various version of that name, and this claim map it shows just such a long tunnel into the hill making me sure this is the Squaw Mountain tunnel - cool!!!! :-) Size of claim is tiny as there is only 0.398 Acres left of it, but it appears a tunnel has no need to own a claim as they can not own a claim I've read somewhere, so it might not matter for the Squaw Mountain Tunnel people.
    graphic for visual presentation of text The Discovery Cut is almost at the northwest end of the claim, marked as a short Tunnel, just southwest of the very long tunnel talked about above. They both are on a strip of land still part of this claim, then some lost ground before a triangle small shape is found all alone in the northwest corner of the claim. Inside lost ground there is also a Cut and a Shaft shown southeast, with some piece of land left further southeast, about middle length of the claim and near the marked end of the long tunnel.
    graphic for visual presentation of text About 1/4 northwest from the southeast border there is a small triangular shape piece of ground still with the claim, and on the ground there is shown a third Tunnel going northeast into the Canuck claim or the Ray, both those shares some ground there. A tiny, tiny, tiny triangular shape of ground is shown along the southeast border between other claims..
    graphic for visual presentation of text After hours of fiddling with 60 points I was able to pretty good match my 1902 claims overview map unto this claim so I could trace the tracks, and unless I have messed it up big it appears that the east tunnel is just below the M.T. tracks, at first I got the tracks lined up in front of it but some claims did not match so after fiddling with more points as mention, this was the result. I think it is pretty correct, but who really knows..