Golden Arrow

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Golden Arrow lies about 34 miles southeast of Tonopah.

The postmistress at Tybo found a small ledge of rich gold ore in October 1904, and the Page brothers made additional discoveries in September 1905. In early 1906 the Golden Arrow Mining Co. laid out a townsite. By 1907, the camp had a wood-frame hotel, store, and several saloons. But, the boom was brief, and ten years of erratic mining efforts brought little production to show for the time and money spent in development.

A collapsed mine headframe, and one stone building shell remains.



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