Conklin Gulch
Conklin Gulch is a valley in British Columbia which has an elevation of 1,592 meters. It is located southeast of Barkerille and east of Mink Gulch. Conklin Gulch is a tributary of William's Creek and was one of the areas in which gold was found during the British Columbia gold rush.1
The Aurora company, a mining company at Conklin Gulch, is said to have made $1500000 by 1864 from drift mining at the gulch. Conklin Gulch was also one of the central areas for mining placer gold.2 During its operation as a gold mine during the Cariboo Gold Rush, Conklin Gulch and another tributary of William's Creek -- Stout's Gulch -- produced $30000000 worth of gold between 1861 and 1898.3
Mentions of this place in the documents
The Colonial Despatches Team. Conklin Gulch. The Colonial Despatches of Vancouver Island and British Columbia 1846-1871, Edition 2.2, ed. The Colonial Despatches Team. Victoria, B.C.: University of Victoria. https://bcgenesis.uvic.ca/conklin_gulch.html.

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