Gold Bug #1
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GOLD BUG #1 is a 160-acre closed mining claim in Lawrence, South Dakota.
Ownership and use of this claim is overseen by the Bureau of Land Management's South Dakota Field Office under the serial number MMC221774. The last action for this claim occurred on May 16, 2014. Information on the claim was last updated on July 3, 2014.
This Placer Claim falls under U.S. Code Title 43 Public Lands; Section 1744; Statute 090; Page 0090. Federal Land Policy and Management Act (FLPMA). (1976-10-21)
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** The mine central point is based on an average of the mine's bounding box(es) and does not necessarily fall on the claim itself.
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