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  • Belcher Camp

10 miles northeast of Republic

Belcher Camp was a mining camp for the local iron mines. The camp had a post office, general store, bunkhouses, a railroad station, and a few other houses. The town went ghost in the early 1900's.

   

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  • Danville

18 miles north of Curlew Lake

Danville's original name was Nelson. It was a gold mining town. It boasted several businesses and a railroad, totaling 20-30 buildings. The town went ghost when the mines played out, but revived during prohibition, then went ghost again when prohibition was repealed and a fire took most of the buildings.

   

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