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Gold deposits of the Kenora-Fort Frances area, by R.C. Beard and G.L. Garratt

Gold deposits of the Kenora-Fort Frances area, by R.C. Beard and G.L. Garratt

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Published by Ministry of Natural Resources in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gold - Ontario - Kenora

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsGarratt, G.L.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p.
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22007132M

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Gold deposits of the Kenora-Fort Frances area, by R.C. Beard and G.L. Garratt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Beard and Garratt () reported assays of oz Au/ton, % Zn, and % Ni. References. Book - NMI FILE, 52E/10 AU Publication Number: N/A Date: Publication - The Geological Setting of Gold Occurrences in the Lake of the Woods Area, p. Publication Number: OFR Date: Publication - Geology of the Shoal Lake-Western Peninsula Area, p.

Publication Number: OFR Date: Author: Davies, J.C. Publisher Name: OGS. Book - NMI FILE, 52E/10 AU Publication Number: N/A Date: Publication - The Geological Setting of Gold Occurrences in the Lake of the Woods Area, p.

Book - NMI FILE, 52E/10 AU Publication Number: N/A Date: Publication - Geology of the Shoal Lake-Western Peninsula Area, p. Publication Number: OFR Date: Author: Davies, J.C. Publisher Name: OGS. Publication - Gold Deposits of the Kenora-Fort Frances Area. Book - NMI FILE, 52E/10 AU 7.

Publication Number: N/A Date: Publication - The Geological Setting of Gold Occurrences in the Lake of the Woods Area, p. Publication Number: OFR Date: Author: Davies, J.C., Smith, P.M.

Publisher Name: OGS. Publication - Gold Deposits of the Kenora-Fort Frances Area, p. Commodities. Primary Commodities: gold Secondary Commodities: silver, zinc Location. Township or Area: Snowshoe Bay Area Latitude: 49° 35' " Longitude: 94° 58' " UTM Zone: 15 Easting: Northing: UTM Datum: NAD83 Resident Geologist District: Kenora NTS Grid: 52E10SW Point Location Description: Precise Location Method: conversion from mdi.

I nomuex.5 SOURCES OF INFORMATION A. Published Beard, R.C. and Garratt, G.L.: Gold deposits of the Kenora-Fort Frances area, Districts of Kenora and Rainy River, Ontario Division.

Gold deposits of the Kenora-Fort Frances Area, Districts of Kenora and Rainy River, Ontario Division of Mines, Mineral Deposit Circular Beth Canada Mining Company,See Phoenix and Questor.

Blackburn, C.E., Ontario Geological Survey, MapKenora - Fort Frances; Geological Compilation Series; scale 1 inch to 4 mi les. Richard Beard, Table of Contents for the entire Mine Centre -Fort Frances area. The gold deposits of the Mine Centre gold camp largely occur within quartz Beard, R.C.

and Garratt, G.L. Gold Deposits of the Kenora -Fort Frances area, Districts of. Satterly, J,Geology of the Dryden-Wabigoon Area, Vol. L Part II Fiftieth Annual Report, Ontario Department of Mines Beard, R.C.

and Garratt, G.L., - Gold Deposits of the Kenora-Fort Frances Area, Mineral Resources Circu Ontario Department of Mines. Beard, R. C., and Garratt, G. L., Gold Deposits of the Kenora- Fort Frances Area, Districts of Kenora and Rainy River; Ontario Division of Mines, Mineral Deposits Circular Some Iron and Gold Deposits of Rainy River District in Ontario, Ont.

Dept. of Mines, Annual Report, Vol Part 4. Australia's Olympic Dam is also one of the top five largest gold deposits. This area gained prominence in In addition to gold, the Olympic Dam is also abundant in copper and uranium.

As for the Western Hemisphere, one of the largest and most renowned gold deposit regions rests along a roughly mile (about kilometers) stretch in California. Except for these samples, no gold has been transferred to or from the Depository for many years.

The gold is held as an asset of the United States at book value of $ per ounce. Size of a standard gold by R.C. Beard and G.L. Garratt book 7 inches x 3 and 5/8 inches x 1 and 3/4 inches.

Weight of a standard gold bar: approximately ounces or pounds. Alluvium is a deposit of eroded materials and sediment that is gathered into one area.

As gold and other materials are eroded, the small pieces are pushed by water and other forces into creek and river beds and other depressions. Because gold is heavier than most other naturally occurring materials, it Gold deposits of the Kenora-Fort Frances area at the bottom of these deposits.

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GOLD DEPOSITS OF THE SEWAKD-SUNRISE KEGION, KENAI PENINSULA. By BEETRAND L. JOHNSON. INTRODUCTION. The following paper is a preliminary report on the main features of the distribution and occurrence of gold-bearing lodes and placers in the northern part of Kenai Peninsula and the adjoining Crow Creek district.

It had a total production,ounces of by-product gold. Some 20 area mines in T15S R80 and 81E, but chiefly the Mary Murphy Mine was the largest producer, withounces of by product gold. The area creek gravel's have minor placer deposits. GARFIELD. The Monarch district is near Garfield at an elevation of 10, feet.

Beginning in the midth century, gold was discovered in a succession of strikes along the western coast of the United States in an ascending arc from California to Alaska.

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Beginning incentral banks around the world turned from being net sellers of gold to net buyers of gold. Last year they collectively added tonnes—the second largest annual total since. The famous silicified coral, first found in the Tampa Bay area around is the only gemstone of note from the State.

Since its discovery in Tampa Bay, the agatized coral also has been found at Tarpon Springs, south of New Port Richey, near the town of Kathleen, and along the banks of the Suwanee River in Hamilton, Columbia, and Suwanee Counties. Report of the Bureau of Mines Part VI; p Kenora, ON area ; Rainy River District ; Lake of the Woods area ; Location of gold deposits in Lake of the Woods area ; Mines west of Shoal Lake ; History and description of mines in area ; Mikado Mine ; Bag Bay ; Olympia Mine ; Helldiver Bay ; Geological map of Mikado and Olympia mine area ; Mikado Mine (photos) ; Cornucopia Mine.

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The Bear Creek Gold Placer was closed at the time of data entry with no known plans to re-open. The Northern Rocky Mountains physiographic province of the Rocky Mountain System characterize the geomorphology of the surrounding area.

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Our Colorado Gold Maps show there are curren active gold claims andabandoned gold claims located throughout the state. Of those active claims, 13, are. Ina young mining engineer named Herbert Hoover (our future 31st president) came to the area and described the difficulties of the dispersed nature of the gold and lack of necessary water.

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Explorer Zebulon Pike heard a report of gold in South Park, present-day Park County, Colorado, in Gold discoveries in Colorado began around Denver; prospectors traced the placer gold to its source in the mountains west of Denver. The Deadwood Gulch placers, discovered inyielded an estimated $4 million (, ounces) in gold by Stimulated by the rich placer finds, prospectors combed the area and quickly found a variety of other gold-bearing deposits, including placerlike deposits in the basal conglomerate of the Cambrian Deadwood Formation.A mine was attempted by Mr.

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Geologists say that the reason why there is so little gold in the state is because of the type of rock that makes up most of the state, glacial activity (or a lack of) over the last.