Mulberry Creek Tributaries

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Mulberry Creek Alabama Gold

Mulberry Creek Alabama Gold

Reports that all tributaries of Mulberry Creek contain gold. Mulberry Creek is a 45.4-mile-long waterway in central Alabama. It rises in Chilton County and farther downstream forms the boundary between Dallas County and Autauga County. It is a tributary of the Alabama River.

Gold is present at a grade sufficient to have a strong effect on the economics of an excavation project. It may even be viable as the only commodity mined.

The Franklin Jemison mine is located on Mulberry Creek, 13 miles west of Clanton Alabama.

The land is privately owned.

Latitude : 32.89072
Longitude : -86.78999

In Chilton County, gold can be found in Mulberry Creek along with its tributaries, the Coosa River, Blue Creek and Rocky Creek, as well as many drainages that are unnamed that will produce placer gold.


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Mulberry Creek 32.779572, -86.856099 Mulberry CreekWest of Clanton Alabama 13 miles on the small tributary of Mulberry Creek.The Franklin (Jemison) Mine, small pits in schists and quartz, site of a 10 stamp mill operated until 1923.On the south bank of the creek exposing Hillabee Schist, The B.T. Childers Prospect with pyrite and copper minerals.Also along Mulberry Creek, about 2 miles below Honeycutts Mill for some distance above, the Mulberry Creek Placers, productive in the early days.All the tributaries contain placer gold.Latitude:32.7795721Longitude:-86.8560989 (Directions)

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