White gold, gold mirrors, and the Washington gold mines were once the gold of Europe, according to a new documentary.
The documentary “The Gold of the World” by Laura Ingalls Wilder chronicles the American mining boom and its impact on the region, and looks back at the people and places that made it all possible.
The Washington gold industry has come a long way since it first opened its doors to the public in the mid-19th century, Ingalls said.
The town of White Horse, now home to a hospital, is just one example.
White Horse’s mines are the source of some of the country’s most iconic photos, including one of President John Adams sitting in his car in the White House Rose Garden.
Ingalls hopes her film will remind people about what made White Horse and the other gold mines of the time possible.
It also will give them a glimpse into the communities that have survived it, including the people who helped the mines flourish.
The film follows the miners who built White Horse into one of the nation’s largest gold producers.
The people who came here and the families who had families who came to work and lived here, Ingall said.
And they were very resilient and did not give up.
It’s a reminder of how much America’s story has changed over the last 150 years, Ingals said.
“The people of White House rose to the occasion and they took care of the people of their town, they took the care of their country, and they were the gold.
And so it’s not just the people here that are the heroes.
The gold was here.
And it’s a great story to tell.”
The documentary was shot in April and will air this fall on the Smithsonian Channel.
In addition to Ingalls, producer and director Rebecca Hall, producer Ben Wachter and producer Chris Wittenberg also were featured in the documentary.
Inglsons said the documentary is a way for viewers to understand how these people worked to make the gold mine in their town.
She also wants viewers to be reminded that America is an incredible place and its people are still the gold.
“The Washington-area gold mines are owned by a private company, White Gold Mining Company.
Ingelsons said her goal is to bring people into the film by bringing the history and people to the screen, so viewers will see the town and people who were here in the 1800s and 1900s, Inglsings said.
White gold mines had a big impact on Washington, she said.
As a child growing up in the area, Ingelsings said she always loved the sound of mining.
Her grandfather died when she was a little girl. “
He was very into the mining business,” Ingelsies said.
Her grandfather died when she was a little girl.
Inglesons said she also always loved seeing the mines as they were, even when they weren’t there.
When her grandfather died, Inglesings said, she always thought about her grandfather, who was her grandfather’s best friend.
She said she would go up to the mine in the evenings and listen to the workers who worked in the pits.
She has also worked with some of them in the past.
Ingillsons said one of her favorite things about her family was to get to know people from all walks of life.
“My grandmother, my great-grandmother, my aunt, my uncle, all of them were part of that community,” she said in an interview with WUSA-TV.
“It was very, very, important to me to make that connection with them.
And I want to be able to bring that connection to the film.”
Ingallsons said that even though her grandmother died, she and her family did not stop working.
“I think they were really kind of surprised by the gold,” Ingallsies said in the interview.
“But they just kept going and doing their job and just kept growing and growing.”
Inglesies said she has learned a lot about her grandparents.
She grew up in an environment where she and other people did not have the privilege of learning about the gold in the region.
Inglisings said the family is not just a family anymore.
“We’re really like the kids at the party,” Inglesands said.
She added that she wants to be a part of the story in this documentary and to share that story with others.
Ingollsons said in addition to the documentary, she hopes people will share the film with their friends and family.
“They’ll be proud of their hometowns and communities.” “
In addition, Ingellsons said, they want people”
They’ll be proud of their hometowns and communities.”
In addition, Ingellsons said, they want people