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Land status determinations on Federal mining claims

United States. Bureau of Land Management

Land status determinations on Federal mining claims

Bureau of Land Management task group report

by United States. Bureau of Land Management

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Published by Bureau of Land Management in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public lands,
  • Mining leases,
  • Mining claims,
  • Data processing

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBureau of Land Management
    The Physical Object
    Pagination45 leaves (in various pagings) :
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25458136M

    texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Mining claims and sites on federal lands by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Publication date Topics Mining claims, Mineral lands, Public lands Publisher [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management: [For sale by the Supt. An Overview of Federal and State Mining Claim Records Jon Tjornehoj, Mineral Title Examination () For the title attorney or abstractor interested in examining title to hard rock mining claims, two interrelated inquiries typically drive the process: (1) the status of the subject lands, and (2) the status of relevant mining claims.

    County Records and Special Federal Records. Robert G. Pruitt, Jr,, Federal Land Status Determination () In the beginning, all mining claim notices and documents were filed for record with the Register or Recorder of the organized Mining District in which the claims were situated. 3 In time, organized Mining Districts were either abandoned. Mining Claims and Sites on Federal Lands; Mining Claim Fees; Maintenance Fee Waiver Certification Form ; Land status maps, master title plats, and supplemental information can be found at the Maps, Plats, GIS and GPS page. The BLM offers two online records research tools. The first is Legacy Rehost , but better known as LR, for.

    Location of mining claims under the Mining Law of , 30 U.S.C. §§ , is a self-initiation system under which a person physically stakes an unpatented mining claim on public land that is open to location, posts a location notice and monuments the boundaries of the claim in compliance with federal laws and regulations and with state. The Alaska Mining Claims Mapper is a custom view of land-records data related to mining that is provided by the Alaska Mapper application.. Alaska Mapper is a web-based geographic information system (GIS) that allows you to locate Alaska land-records information by navigating an interactive map of the state. The land-records data provided by the system comes from the Department of Natural.


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Land status determinations on Federal mining claims by United States. Bureau of Land Management Download PDF EPUB FB2

There are three basic types of minerals on federally-administered lands: locatable, leasable, and salable. Mining claims are staked for locatable minerals on public domain lands. Locatable minerals include both metallic minerals (gold, silver, lead, etc.) and.

Land status determinations on Federal mining claims: Bureau of Land Management task group report by United States. Bureau of Land ManagementPages: Foreword. The Bureau of Land Management. (BLM) administers over mil- lion acres of public lands and million acres of subsurface minerals nationwide.

BLM is responsible for the management of these lands, their resources, and their various values, with focus placed on what will best serve the needs of the American people. 2. Location of mining claims and sites. Recordation of mining claims and sites.

Annual maintenance (annual assessment work or annual fees) for mining claims and sites. Mineral patents. This pamphlet also provides a brief introduction of the BLM Mining Law Administration Program’s responsibilities on federal lands administered by the BLM.

of mining claims and sites, (3) recordation of mining claims and sites, (4) maintenance (annual worklsurface management) of mining claims and sites, and (5) mineral patents.

The Mining Law Administration program managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) File Size: KB. Robert P. Davison, Federal Land Status Determination () Simply stated, a land status check is an examination of the federal, state and county land records which apply to the pertinent area of interest to determine the present ownership and the availability of lands in the area of interest for the intended use.

A mining claim is a selected parcel of federal land, valuable due to a specific mineral deposit or deposits, for which one has asserted a right of possession under the Mining Law. Rights are restricted to the development and extraction of a mineral deposit. The rights granted by a mining claim protect.

Mining claims can be located on open public land administered by another federal agency (most commonly on Forest Service land). You may prospect and locate claims and sites on public and NFS land open to mineral entry.

Claims may not be located in areas closed to mineral entry by a special act of Congress, regulation, or public land order. The law in the United States allows you to stake a mining claim on some federal lands throughout the country. Federal lands where you can stake a claim are located in 19 states.

These states are Alaska, Montana, Utah, Arizona, Arkansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, California, Nevada, Oregon, Colorado, New Mexico, Florida, Idaho, North Dakota, Louisiana, Wyoming, Mississippi, and. Own a mining claim near the quaint rural town of Neihart.

This property has beautiful trees, views, and peaceful seclusion. Build your cabin on the property or simply camp for the weekend. The property is close to thousands of acres of Forest Service land for hunting, hiking, snowmobiling, ATVs, and.

For traditional placer claims, in addition to proof of a discovery of a pay streak, each 10 acres must be shown to be mineral-in-character; that is, that there is a reasonable expectation of further economic mineral under these lands.

An actual exposure of the valuable mineral deposit is not necessary. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Nowadays, claims can still be staked for mines, but one does not gain ownership of the land. If you are interested in mining public lands, you should contact the Bureau of Land Management (BLM.

The federal government has lands in many parts of the country that are open to mining claims. If you want to try your hand at it you only need to find the right spot and file your claim.

Some. most of the land and mineral, status, and mining claims case records along with reference maps including surface management agency boundaries, active and closed mining claims, topographic maps, and aerial imagery.

General Land Office (GLO) Federal Land Patent Records - - Provides access to Federal land conveyance records for the Public Land States. There are 19 States in which mining claims can be located on Federal Land. The Mining Law gives individual States the option to establish their own claim requirements.

State requirements can vary so it is important to check the details of the State where you are going to locate claims in and the type of claim you are going to locate. Of the remaining lands open to mineral entry (staking mining claims) potentially valuable areas are often already claimed.

So, the first step in staking a mining claim is thorough research into the land status to determine whether the land is available for mineral entry and whether it is already claimed.

Variations can be examined on a state, as well as a national level. The data are tied to a section of land, approximately acres, which allows it to be used at regional, as well as local scale.

The data only pertain to Federal land and mineral estate that was open to mining claim location at the time the claims. mine on public lands and National Forest System lands. Areas of Special Concern: The Federal Government maintains the right to manage the surface and surface resources on mining claims and sites located under the Mining Law after Jand many claims.

(a) BLM will conduct a mineral examination to determine whether your claim or site was valid as of the date that lands within the wilderness area were withdrawn from appropriation under the mining laws.

We also will determine whether your claim or site remains valid at the time of the examination. (1) If you do not have an approved plan of operations, BLM must complete this validity. The procedures for establishing or “locating” mining claims are set out by the General Mining Law ofwhich has not been significantly amended since its passage.

A claim is located by marking the corners of the acreage claimed, posting a notice on the land. concerning mining claims on Federal land are based on an Federal law titled “An Act to Promote the Development of Mineral Resources of the United States ”.

Mining claim procedures still are based on this law, but the original scope of the law has been reduced by several legislative changes.Learn more about the Bureau of Land Management, Public Land Survey System, and mining claims. Understanding Claim Ownership We receive lots of emails from people who find their name or a relative’s name on our site and want to know if this means they have some right to the land listed under that name.