Vanderbilt Gold Corporation is in the business of acquiring, developing and producing precious metals properties. The Company has one wholly owned subsidiary, Star Mining Corporation. Vanderbilt is engaged in the mining business, primarily in the Western United States and Mexico, with its principal operation at the Morning Star Mine (Morning Star), which is located in San Bernardino County, California. Morning Star is a gold and silver property, which has produced significant quantities of these precious metals. Vanderbilt has been the operator this mine since 1973.

Vanderbilt Gold   VAGO   (OTC BB)

100% of 32,000 acre La Sierra exploitation concession in Durango NW of Cosala, Sinaloa and 17.15% of nearby 12,000 acre Las Coloradas concessions of Cosalteca S.A. de C.V. All JVed w/Guardian Enterprises and Cons. Viscount. Mill at Las Coloradas Concession Group started limited Au-Ag production in august, 1997. Full production expected by October. Five old mines have been re-opened: Santa Anita, Piedra Bola, Contrabando Nuevo, Escandalo and Confital. Producing some high-grade direct shipping ores.

MBD September, 1997
News Release 4Sep97
MBD December, 1996
Randol Mexico Mining '97 Exhibitor
PointCast InfoSeek 19-Nov-96
MBD May, 96
LAMR, v3, #4 Apr. 96