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Black Diamond Mine
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Info Database Last Updated 13.12.2021 (Entity News entries: 2)
Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Colliery Engineer and Metal Miner. Volume: 17 [XVII], Issue No. 11
Info Publication Date:
June, 1897
Info found on page:
482
Info Title:
Portland Ore-Shoot Description
The Portland main ore-shoot was caused by a junction of three veins, one having a N. W. course, the second a N. E, course, the third, a small cross-vein ; size of ore-shoot is from 12 to 30 feet wide, pinching to 6 feet; its length is 175 to 225 feet. Until a depth of 400 feet the shoot pitched S. W., at angle of 52° near surface. At 400 feet in the granite the shoot straightened, and at 600 feet dipped north 85°. There are values in the vein from the Black Diamond to the Anna Lee, a distance of 800 feet.
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Abstracted, partly restructured from source Article about Ore-Shoots in Cripple Creek
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Above Info was Last Updated on 21.11.2021 (16:32:49)
Above Info was First Seen 27.06.2019

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 9 [IX], Issue No. 24
Info Publication Date:
December 31, 1899
Info found on page:
11 (7)
Info Title:
Lessees Made Good Strike in Diamond on Battle Mountain
A DIAMOND STRIKE.
graphic for visual presentation of text Burns and Loomis, leasing on the Diamond on Battle mountain, have made a good strike. The vein is about two feet in width and is believed to be the Cookoo. Assays show values as high as eight ounces of gold to the ton.
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Above Info was Last Updated on 30.10.2020 (11:04:30)
Above Info was First Seen 27.08.2020