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Rosebud Mine (Robert Rom; Black Imp Nos. 1-3; Unpatented Claims: Rosebud Nos. 1-3; Rosebud Extension; Rosebud Mill Site), Lone Cone District (Dunton District), Dolores Co., Colorado, USA

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REF:Deposit:: BUSH, A.L., AND BROMFIELD, C.S., 1966, GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE DOLORES PAK QUADRANGLE, DOLORES AND SAN MIGUEL COUNTIES, COLORADO: USGS MAP GQ-536.
Deposit:: PRATT, W.P., AND OTHERS, 1969, GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE RICO QUADRANGLE, DOLORES AND MONTEZUMA
Deposit:: REF:MINOBRAS
Deposit:: NEUBERT, J.T., 1992, MINERAL APPRAISAL OF SAN JUAN NATIONAL
Deposit:: FOREST, CO: U.S. BUREAU OF MINES MINERAL LAND ASSESSMENT
Deposit:: OPEN-FILE REPORT 2-92 (SAMPLES 63-75)
Commodities (Major) - Silver, Copper, Lead; (Trace) - Sulfur, Manganese, Zinc
Development Status: Producer
Deposit Model: 85: Polymetallic veins
Host Rock Unit: Dolores Formation, Calico Peak Porphyry
Structure: San Juan Uplift, Paradox Basin, Rico Dome, Calico Peak Anticline, Unnamed Fault
Host Rock: Sandstone, Shale, Siltstone
Tectonic Structure: Central Cordillera (Southern Rocky Mtns)

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