East Branch Swift River Gold locality, Byron, Oxford Co., Maine, USA
Stream placer deposit. The actual locality is on the East Branch of the Swift River although gold also occurs in the Swift River, itself.
Photo: Nathan King
6 entries listed. 6 valid minerals.
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Pratt, Elbert and Condon, Henry, 1947, Reconnaissance of Portions of the Swift River Valley, Maine, Report of the State Geologist 1945-1946, Maine Development Commission, Augusta, Maine, p. 57-65.
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Locality Updated: Tazkazgan Mine (Taskazgan), UzbekistanFrom David Von Bargen, 22nd May 2013 20:37:05