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Silver from
Kings Mountain Mine (Catawba Mine), Kings Mountain Mining District, Cleveland Co., North Carolina, USA

Locality type:Mine
Classification
Species:Silver
Formula:Ag
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:J.Wright Horton,Jr.,and Victor A.Zullo,1991,The Geology of the Carolinas,pg # 333
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Silver data
Locality Data:Click here to view Kings Mountain Mine (Catawba Mine), Kings Mountain Mining District, Cleveland Co., North Carolina, USA
Nearest other occurrences of Silver
15.1km (9.4 miles) Horn Mine, Kings Mountain Mining District, York Co., South Carolina, USA
59.9km (37.2 miles) Lewis Mine, Monroe, Union Co., North Carolina, USA
68.9km (42.8 miles) Brightlight Mine (Crowell Mine), Carolina Slate Belt, Union Co., North Carolina, USA
83.5km (51.9 miles) Scott Hill Mine (Miller Gold Mine), Morganton, Burke Co., North Carolina, USA
95.1km (59.1 miles) Whitney Mine (McMackin Mine; McMakin Mine), Gold Hill Mining District, Cabarrus Co., North Carolina, USA
 
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