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Hogvall Mine (Hogvall prospect; Standard Mine), Chilito, Hayden area, Banner District, Dripping Spring Mts, Gila Co., Arizona, USA

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A former surface and underground Cu-Pb-Au-Ag mine located in the SE¼NW¼ sec. 27, T4S, R125E, about ¾ mile S of the Chilito ghost town site and about 1¾ miles NW of Tornado Peak, on federal land. Produced 1907-1942. Operators included: A. Hogvall; C. Lindahl; and, Velasco and Hodges.

Mineralization is an irregular ore body hosted in the Martin Formation, Abrigo Formation and the Troy Quartzite. The Abrigo and Troy Formations immediately underlie the Martin.

Area structures include an ENE-trending quartz latite porphyry dike. Beds of Martin and Abrigo Formations have an ENE strike and dip 10-16SE. NNW-trending faults in the area. The Keystone Fault is 1/4 mile west. A small fault is exposed trending NNW from the mine.

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Ross, Clyde P. (1925) Ore Deposits of the Saddle Mountain and Banner Mining Districts, Arizona, USGS Bull. 771: 65.

Banks and Krieger (1977) USGS Map GQ-1391.

USGS Hayden Quadrangle map.

MRDS database Dep. ID #10108973, MRDS ID #M000529; and Dep. ID #10209791, MAS ID #0040070403.

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