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Clifton Mines, Clifton, St. Lawrence Co., New York, USA

Latitude: 44°18'18"N
Longitude: 75°2'3"W
Ref.: New York State Museum Bull. 223,224, Newland, David H. (July-August 1919), The Mineral Resources of the State of New York: 115. An iron mine complex located in the Clinton area and at the Tracy Pond outlet area (Parish ore body). Owned by the Clifton Mining Co. Includes the Dodge vein (20 feet wide) opening and the Parish ore body. Host rocks are hornblende gneiss and limestone.

Mineral List

'Biotite'
Ferro-hornblende
Feruvite
Fluorite
'Garnet'
Magnetite
Pyrite
Pyrrhotite
Vonsenite


9 entries listed. 7 valid minerals.

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