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File Created: 08-Apr-1986 by Larry Jones (LDJ)
Last Edit:  08-Apr-1986 by Larry Jones (LDJ)

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NMI
Name FIR, DON Mining Division Kamloops
BCGS Map 082M003
Status Showing NTS Map 082M03W
Latitude 051º 04' 40'' UTM 11 (NAD 83)
Longitude 119º 24' 34'' Northing 5661236
Easting 331224
Commodities Lead, Silver Deposit Types I05 : Polymetallic veins Ag-Pb-Zn+/-Au
Tectonic Belt Omineca Terrane Kootenay
Capsule Geology

The property is underlain by sediments and volcanics of the Cambrian to Ordovician Eagle Bay Formation, consisting of limestones, schists and tuffs.

Mineralized quartz veins, trending southeast, occur within the volcanics and limestones. The veins carry galena and tetra- hedrite. A 5.0 centimetre wide vein gave 44.25 per cent lead and 2976 grams per tonne silver and a 46 centimetre wide vein ran 4.92 per cent lead and 429 grams per tonne silver.

Bibliography
EMPR ASS RPT *6388, *7371, *8348, *11253, 12848, 13760, 14126
EMPR EXPL 1976-59; 1977-87; 1978-102; 1979-108; 1982-108; 1984-111,112
GSC MAP 48-1963
GSC OF 637
GCNL Apr. 15, Nov. 4, 1980; Oct. 21, 1982; June 14, 1983
IPDM v. 7, No. 2, March/April 1984, p. 9 (Bachelor, D., 1984)
N MINER July 5, 1984

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