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No. 2 Mine (Number Two Mine), American Asbestos Mine (Arizona Asbestos Inc. claims; includes claims: Vosberg; Smith; Benstago; Wilson), Horse Camp Mesa area, Sierra Ancha District, Sierra Ancha Mts, Gila Co., Arizona, USA

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A former asbestos mine located in the SW¼NE¼ sec. 19, T8N, R15E. Closed 1955.

Mineralization is chrysotile hosted in the Mescal Limestone. An associated rock unit is diabase.

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References

Stewart, L.A. (1955), Chrysotile-Asbestos Deposits of Arizona, U.S. Bureau of Mines Information Circular 7706: 67-71.

U.S. Bureau of Mines Minerals Availability System: Arizona Asbestos, Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources (June, 1976).

Peirce, H. Wesley (1990), Arizona Geological Survey Industrial Minerals card file.

MRDS database Dep. ID #10105114, MRDS ID #TC10372; and Dep. ID #10185572, MRDS ID #M002976, MAS ID #0040070521; and Dep. ID #10185727, MAS ID #0040070096.

 
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