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Little Giant Claims, Copper Gulch Area, Deweese Plateau, Fremont Co., Colorado, USA

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REF:Deposit:: COKER, R. J., 1982, MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE ARKANSAS CANYON PLANNING UNIT WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE FORMER GRAPE CREEK WILDERNESS STUDY AREAS AND THE MCINTYRE HILLS WILDERNESS STUDY AREA: US BLM MINERAL REPORT, P. 44-46
Deposit:: TAYLOR, R
Commodities (Major) - Copper; (Minor) - Silver
Development Status: Occurrence
Host Rock Unit: Migmatitic Gneiss
Structure: Northern Wet Mountains, Canon City Embayment, Thirtynine Mile Volcanic Field, Numerous Faults, Most Trending Ne, Intersecting Nw-Trending Fault; Ilse Fault
Host Rock: Biotite Gneiss
Tectonic Structure: Central Cordillera (Southern Rocky Mountains)

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