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Western Mine (Western Union Mine; Black & Tan Mine), Stockton Hill, Stockton Camp District (Stockton Hills District), Wallapai District, Cerbat Mts (Cerbat Range), Mohave Co., Arizona, USA
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Vanadinite
Western Mine, Stockton Hill, Stockton Camp District, Wallapai District, Cerbat Mts, Mohave Co., Arizona, USA

Photo: Rob Lavinsky
Latitude: 35°18'28"N
Longitude: 114°6'29"W
 
 
A Pb-Au-Zn-Ag-Cu (trace of V) mine.
Mineralization is a vein deposit. Precambrian schistosity strikes N30ºE. Veins, fissures and dikes strike NW to NNW regionally.

Ref.:
- Dings, M.G. (1951), The Wallapai Mining District, Cerbat Mts, Mohave County, Arizona, USGS Bll. 978-E; Preliminary reconnaissance for uranium in Mohave County, Arizona, 1952 to 1956, US Atomic Energy Comm., RME-158;
- Galbraith, F.W. & Brennan (1959), Minerals of AZ: 73; AZ Dept. Min. Resources (ADMR) Western Union Mine file; Flagg, A.L., Vanadium report book I; Evaluation of the Mineral Resources of the Hualapai Indians (1964), Vol. 1: 249; MRDS files #10027747 & 10283326.
- Hay, M. (1997). "The Western Union Mine, Cerbat Mountains, Mohave County, Arizona." Mineralogical Record, 28(3),pp:167-174.



Mineral List

Galena
Hematite
Pyrite
Sphalerite
Vanadinite
var: Arsenatian Vanadinite


6 entries listed. 5 valid minerals.

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