Old-timers Spriggs, Lamb, and Dillon are shown here panning for gold in Rockerville, Dakota Territory. The Black Hills area was a major hub of western mining. Boom towns appeared overnight, where gold dust was the medium of exchange for purchases made or drinks ordered. Photographed by John C. H. Grabill in 1889.
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