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Most mines stayed above the water table, being no more than thirty feet deep, such as the Allatoona Mine in Bartow County. The deepest was the Loud Mine, in White County, at one hundred and thirty feet. Gold mining as a commercial venture really no longer exists in GA. This is mainly due to the fact GA does not have public BLM claims.

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The General Mining Act of 1872 was created in an era when the federal government wanted to encourage people to move to and settle the West. The law was intended to regulate prospectors swinging pickaxes, not international corporations that blast and excavate thousands of acres of land at a