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Assessment Report: 16772
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Property Name Wallace Mountain
Mining Division(s) Greenwood
Camp Beaverdell Area
NAD 27:
Latitude: 49 25 41 Longitude: 119 03 53 UTM: 11  350280  5476873
NAD 83:
Latitude: 49 25 41 Longitude: 119 03 57 UTM: 11  350204  5477094
NTS: 082E06E
BCGS: 082E045
Title of Report *
Affidavit Date 1988-03-31
Claim(s) Rob Roy, Kokomo Fr., Tiger, Castor Fr., Black Pine
Author(s) Murton, J.W.; IGF Metals
Report Year 1987
No. of Pages 0 Pages
Off Confidential 1989-03-31
General Work Categories Drilling, Geochemical, Physical
Work Done
DrillingDiamond surface3 hole(s); BQ;101.8 m
GeochemicalRock80 sample(s)
Elements Analyzed ForGold, Silver, Lead, Zinc
Sampling/assaying2 sample(s)
Elements Analyzed ForGold, Silver, Lead, Zinc
Soil1745 sample(s)
Elements Analyzed ForSilver, Gold, Arsenic
PhysicalLine/grid64.0 km
Reclamation0.0 ha
Stripping1.0 ha
Geological Summary The area is underlain primarily by the Westkettle Batholith of Jurassic age. This large intrusive body contains roof pendants of the Permian Wallace Group, and has been intruded by the Early Tertiary Beaverdell stock. Mineralization consisting of galena, sphalerite and pyrite occur in quartz veins occupying fissures.


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