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Macfarlanite

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Originally described from Silver Islet mine, Silver Islet, Sibley Township, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada.


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Parsons & Thompson, 1921, Univ.Toronto Studies, Geol. Ser. no 12. p23

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Canada
 
  • Ontario
    • Thunder Bay District
      • Sibley Township
        • Silver Islet
Walker, T.L. and Thomson, E. (1921) Animikite and MacFarlanite From Silver Islet, Thunder Bay, L.Superior. University of Toronto Studies, Geological Series, No.12; Contributions to Canadian Mineralogy, 1921. P23-26
 
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