Hartley Mine, Neihart District (Montana District), Cascade Co., Montana, USA
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|Latitude & Longitude (WGS84):||46° 56' 17'' North , 110° 43' 41'' West|
|Latitude & Longitude (decimal):||46.9380555556, -110.728055556|
REF:Deposit:: KLEINKOPF, M. D., AND OTHERS, 1972, AEROMAGNETIC, BOUGUER GRAVITY, AND GENERALIZED GEOLOGIC MAPS OF THE CENTRAL PART OF THE LITTLE BELT MOUNTAINS: U.S. GEOL. SURVEY MAP GP-837.
Deposit:: MONTANA BUR. MINES AND GEOL. MEMOIR 13, 1935, P. 42-44.
Deposit:: MONTANA BUR. MINES AND GEOL. MEMOIR 20, 1940, P. 17.
Deposit:: MONTANA BUR. MINES AND GEOL. MEMOIR 31, 1950, P. 17.
Deposit:: U.S. BUR. MINES IC 7589, 1951, P. 26-27.
Deposit:: ROBERTSON, A. F., 1951, MINES AND MINERAL DEPOSITS (EXCE
Commodities (Major) - Silver, Zinc, Lead; (Minor) - Gold, Copper
Development Status: Past Producer
Host Rock Unit: Belt, Neihart Quartzite, Pinto Diorite - Large Phenocrysts Of Feldspar & Hornblende
Structure: Zone Of Igneous Intrusions Covering Over 800 Square Km., Moulton Fault, Northeast-Trending Fractures, Domal Uplift Caused By Intrusion Of Snow Creek Porphyry
Host Rock: Gneiss, Schist
Tectonic Structure: Rocky Mountain Foreland
6 valid minerals.
Rock Types RecordedEntries shown in red are rocks recorded for this region.
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