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Fred C shaft, Rabazo Township, Algoma District, Ontario, Canada

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History:

1909-1910: Norwalk Gold Mines - shaft sunk to 128 feet with 50 feet of drifting on 50-ft level.
1963: Candore Exploration Ltd. - 4 ddh (834 ft), mapping
1970: Pango Gold MInes - mapping, ground geophysical survey
1979-85: Canabec Explorations Ltd. - 3 ddh (960 ft), ground geophysical survey, deep pulse EM survey, mapping.
1983: Northern Horizon Resource Corp. - airborne geophysical survey.

Geology:

Metasediments and intermediate metavolcanic rocks interbedded with quartz feldspar porphyry sills and dikes. At depth, numerous massive pyrite-pyrrhotite fracture fillings are found within the intermediate metavolcanics. Lamprophyre dikes are prominent at depth.

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References

Ann P.Sabina (1991), Rocks and Minerals for the Collector, Sudbury to Winnipeg. GSC Misc. Report 49. p.71
MDI Number: MDI41N15NW00010

 
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