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Upper Elizabeth R. Mine (Elizabeth R. Mine [original]), Oceanview Mine (MS 6452; MS 6848; Ocean View mine), Chief Mountain, Pala, Pala District, San Diego Co., California, USA

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The original Elizabeth R. mine workings are located within the patented Oceanview mine property, at the edge of the western endline boundary. More recent mine workings are located to the west and downdip along the Oceanview pegmatite within the unpatented Elizabeth R. lode mining claim.

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Sinkankas, J. (1997), Gemstones of North America. Vol. 3. Beryl; Tucson, Arizona: Geoscience Press Inc.; pages 57-58, 526 pp.

Mauthner, M. H. F. (2008), The Forty-niner Pocket, Oceanview Mine, Pala District, San Diego County, California. Rocks & Minerals 83(4): 292-297.

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