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Chatham-White Mine (Reeves White Mine; Snow prospect), Glendon District, Moore Co., North Carolina, USA

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 35° 30' 21'' North , 79° 25' 4'' West
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 35.5058326721, -79.4177780151
 
Commodities (Major) - Talc-Soapstone; (Minor) - Mica
Development Status: Producer
Deposit Model: 154: Epithermal quartz-alunite Au
Structure: Foliation And Fold Axes Strike Northeast, Foliation Dips Steeply Northwest, Glendon Fault
Host Rock: Argillite
Tectonic Structure: Eugeosynclinal

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3 entries listed. 2 valid minerals.

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References

STUCKEY, J. L. (1928), THE PYROPHYLLITE DEPOSITS OF NORTH CAROLINA, WITH A MORE DETAILED ACCOUNT OF THE GEOLOGY OF THE DEEP RIVER REGION: NORTH CAROLINA DEPT. CONSERV. AND DEVEL. BULL. 37, 62P.

CONLEY, J. F. (1962), GEOLOGY AND MINERAL...

 
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