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Geology and Ore Deposits of the Chichagof Mining District, Alaska.
United States Geological Survey
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 929|
|Contributions||Reed, J.C., Coats, R.R.|
Miners reopened an abandoned mine and drove a foot tunnel. Even though the purpose of the park was the protection of the mountain environment and wildlife, the rights of miners holding claims within the park were acknowledged. Work can be prosecuted from twenty to twenty-four hours every day for three months. Geological Survey was a distinct aggravation to promoters like Healy. One company built a ditch and flume from Wonder Lake to Moose Creek; and others drew water from the various streams.
These were gone byand lode production ended in the southern part of the district. Brooks and six companions started from Cook Inlet, moved into the interior with a horse pack train, and crossed the Alaska Range through Rainy Pass. The vein was large but transportation difficulties were immense, so the miner was continuing his search for other deposits. Geological Survey Professional Paper C, 17 p. Healy advised friends that an English company was moving in: It takes the English to mine tin.
Indication of production Yes; small Reserve estimates A gold resource for this region was calculated by Cecilia A. Hopkins, D. Since other regions reworked by dredges had proved profitable. Bureau of Mines Bulletin65 p. Placer; offshore, relict gravel, submerged beaches.
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In the long run miners would rather have the help of science than muddle along without it. Generally, the removal of the overburden a year or two in advance of Alaska. book allowed thawing of the gravel beneath it.
The forecast improved when hydraulic operations were introduced in on Moore, Glacier, and Caribou creeks. I am sorry to say that New Yorkers are becoming even worse, as Geology and Ore Deposits of the Chichagof Mining District want the good things of the earth placed in their hands.
Pilgrim required considerable persistence to transport the antimony ore from Stampede. Expand the soil grid at the Pump Zone Discovery target. He was attracted by a foot wide vein of nearly pure stibnite, a find that had been known since the original Kantishna rush but awaited favorable economic conditions for exploitation.
True width is currently unknown. The Funter Bay underground lode mine produced about thousand tonnes of copper-nickel-cobalt ore, without gold, from a Mesozoic gabbro-norite pipe. Hill and Edward Harriman. It was breathtaking and frightening all at once.
His chances can not be thrown away. Over time, methods of saving gold that might otherwise disappear into the tailings were greatly improved with better screens and other means. Peaks during the Tanana and other gold rushes occurred, but the overall growth of traffic shows the stability of population in the interior: Freight Shipped Upstream from St.
Mining areas were off line, but Capps believed that feeder roads would undoubtedly be built. Entraining to Fairbanks he got his quartz assayed. Snyder Photograph Collection P The company paid employees well and provided a community that in its heyday had an indoor swimming pool, Turkish baths, sauna and a department store that brought in the finest toys and gifts from San Francisco.
New companies, formed to buy mines or provide provisioning and transport, capitalized at totals far exceeding the highest estimates of expected gold production for several years.
It is safe to assume that in most Alaska placer camps labor and supplies will cost at least per cent more than in the States. Parts of machines that ran the mines and broken dishes from the dining hall emerge at low tide.Alaska Gold Rush History and Genealogy: Mining Districts History and Genealogy of Alaska from the discovery of gold to World War two.
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Aniak. Anvik. Barrow. Bethel. Black. Bonnifield. Canning. Chandalar. Chisana. The goal of the Minerals Data and Information Rescue in Alaska (MDIRA) or Minerals Data at Risk project is to recover and make easily available the full body of Alaska mineral information through a coordinated system that provides efficient access or guides to all mineral related files, documents, and physical samples held Geology and Ore Deposits of the Chichagof Mining District the public domain.
Hirst-Chichagof Mine, Chichagof Mining District (Chicagof Mining District), Sitka, Alaska, USA: A former Ag-Au-Cu-Pb-Zn occurrence/mine. The entire Chichagof Mining District is in West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness although there are patented claim blocks within the wilderness such as those.Geology and ore deposits of the Pdf Creek mining district, Alaska.
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