2 edition of ... Geology of the Whitewater and Lucky Jim mine areas, Slocan district, British Columbia found in the catalog.
... Geology of the Whitewater and Lucky Jim mine areas, Slocan district, British Columbia
M. S. Hedley
|Other titles||Whitewater and Lucky Jim mine areas.|
|Statement||by M.S. Hedley. 1945.|
|Series||British Columbia. Dept. of mines. Bulletin, no. 22|
|LC Classifications||TN27 .B72 no. 22|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||gs 47000154|
Geology and mineral deposits of Tyaughton Lake map-area, British Columbia (Geological Survey of Canada. Paper) [Cairnes, Clive Elmore] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geology and mineral deposits of Tyaughton Lake map-area, British Columbia (Geological Survey of Canada. Paper)Author: Clive Elmore Cairnes. This paper describes economic gold placers within late Pleistocene glacial and related fluvial sediments of the Cariboo Mining District in central British Columbia, Canada. The area has been defined as a "giant" gold placer; total production since is o kg.
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Geology of the Whitewater and Lucky Jim mine areas, Slocan district, British Columbia, (British Columbia. Dept.
of mines. Bulletin) [M. S Hedley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geology of the Whitewater and Lucky Jim Mine Areas.
SUMMARY. This bulletin contains a structural analysis of the area between Retallack and Zincton and a detailed description of the Whitewater and Lucky Jim mines as well as of six smaller properties.
Triassic age. EMPR PF (Hedley, M.S. (): Outline Report on Lucky Jim Mine; Photograph, numerous underground level plans and sections, surface plans, underground and surface geological plans and mineral claim location map; *Snell, J.C. (): The Geology and Mineralization of the Triassic Basal Slate Member, Slocan Sediments, Whitewater District of.
Mines of the Slocan; their location by towns: Slocan district. Gives a synopsis of the activity at various mines." -- Lowther, B. J., & Laing, M. A bibliography of British Columbia: Laying the foundations, The Slocan district, British Columbia: its resources Open Collections.
BC Historical Books. Featured Collection. Slocan silver camp, which has been active since the 's. Government statistics show that the Slocan Mining Division produced million ounces of silver,tons of lead andtons of zinc between.
Geology of the Whitewater and Lucky Jim mine areas The Whitewater Mine producedtons of. CHAPTER L-INTRODUCTION Previous work by the writer includes a study of the Whitewater and Lucky Jim mine areas in andand property examinations in the camp at large. The present bulletin is the result of field work done from to Slocan Mining Camp, British Columbia, Geol.
Surv., Canada, Mem. The claims are located in the Slocan Mining Division of British Columbia, midway between New Denver and Kaslo and approximately km north of Trail, B. The pro- perty is centered on Jackson Basin on the north slope of Reco Mountain between Zincton and Retallack.
The White. Full text of "Report on the Slocan, Nelson and Ainsworth mining districts in West Kootenay, British Columbia [microform]" See other formats. Full text of "The Slocan district, British Columbia [microform]: its resources and opportunities for investment" See other formats. - Geology of the Ferguson Area, Lardeau District, British Columbia Map J.T.
Fyles and G.E.P. Eastwood - Late Glacial History and Surficial Deposits of the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia Map H. Nasmith - Geology of the Cariboo River Area, British Columbia Cover, Summary, Table of Contents.
Bulletin 29 covers the geology and ore deposits of the Sandon area, Slocan Mining Camp, British Columbia. Sandon has been a centre of production of silver-lead-zinc ores for sixty years.
Mines in the area have contributed approximately half the entire output of silver and lead of the Slocan Mining Division. Description: This publication contains a description of the geology and an analysis of the geologic structure of the Retallack & Zincton areas in the northern part of the Slocan mining district of British Columbia.
It also provides details on the Whitewater and Lucky Jim mines which produced gold, silver, lead, and zinc. PRODUCT I PKQV INCE OR British Columbia TERRITORY I NAMEOF PROPERTY LUCKY JDd, SWAP LOCATION of WW corner of Lucky Jim claim.
~ot. 50°02' Long. °12' Radius of ancertainty - 1% m, Mining Division Slocan District Kootenay County Township or Porish. The main body of the report deals with six map areas showing the distribution of late glacial features, and each map area is accompanied by a description of each feature and an interpretation of its significance in relation to other features in the same map area.",,publication date,complete,non-planned, Page 26 - Cariboo are found gneisses, granites and quartzites, which resemble the characteristic rocks of the Archean.
Associated with these are lower granitic rocks. The entire crystalline series of the gold region of Cariboo is lithologically identical, as near as can be described in general terms, with the rocks of the pre-Cambrian and Cambrian gold regions of eastern Canada.
Throughout this intensive examination of development in the West Kootenay area the writer has done her best to give a true historical picture of these mountain valleys, rich in their rugged beauty. As far as modern research permits, the story and the customs of the aboriginal Indians have been described.
For a century and a half, we have accompanied fur-traders, and. Lucky Jim Mine, Zincton, Slocan Mining Division, British Columbia, Canada: Commodities: Zinc, Silver, Lead, Cadmium, Gold, Tin.
Ore bodies mainly the result of. Whitewater mine and the 15 Crown-granted claims of the Whitewater Deep mine. A new mill was put into operation in and oper- ated until July when it closed. From about to the Ross Mining Syndicate operated the mine; the company operated again briefly in In the Metals Recovery Co.
erected. The geology of British Columbia is a function of its location on the leading edge of the North American mountainous physiography and the diversity of rock types and ages hint at the complex geology, which is still undergoing revision despite a century of exploration and mapping.
The country's most prominent geological features are mountain ranges, including. The Slocan Syncline, located in the center of the Kootenay Arc, south-central British Columbia, is outlined in its core by deformed Triassic sediments—the Slocan Group.
Mines near the city of Rossland in the West Kootenay district of southeastern British Columbia were important producers of copper and gold from to .history of British Columbia, and British Columbians. Please submit manuscripts for publication to the Editor, British Columbia History, John Atkin, Princess Avenue, Vancouver BC V6A 3E8 e-mail: [email protected] Book reviews for British Columbia History, AnneYandle, West 20th Avenue, Vancouver BC V6S 1 E4, File Size: 2MB.BUTTLE LAKE mining camp (NTS: F12E; ' N, ' W), near central Vancouver Island in Strathcona Park at the south end of Buttie Lake, is 90 km southwest of Camp- bell River, southwestern British Columbia (Fig.
1). The camp is a major volcanogenic massive sulfide district with deposits.