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Pyrite Deposits at Horseshoe Bay, Latouche Island, Alaska

United States Geological Survey

Pyrite Deposits at Horseshoe Bay, Latouche Island, Alaska

A Description of Sulfide-Bearing Deposits in the Southwestern Part of Prince William Sound Area : Mineral Resources of Alaska.

by United States Geological Survey

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 1024E
ContributionsStejer, F.A.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21729289M

The Horseshoe Bay P.O.A. was established in as a Texas non-profit corporation. The P.O.A. offices are located at Quail Point Lodge on Twilight off Red Sails. Office hours are a.m. to p.m. Monday through Friday. Magnetite deposits at Tuxedni Bay, Alaska / by Arthur Grantz. Format Online Resource Book Published [Washington, D.C.]: United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, Washington: United States Government Printing Office Description.

Beatson Beatson-Bonanza Latouche Mine Inactive The mine is located one-half mile southeast of Powder Point on the west side of Latouche Island. It is in the NE1/4 sect T. 1 S., R. 9 E., of the Seward Meridian. The Beatson mine is shown on the revision of the , U.S. Geological Survey topographic map. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.

Pyrite Deposits At Horseshoe Bay Latouche Island Alaska. IF. Department of the Interior. Tungsten Deposits of the Hyder District Alaska. Geology of the Freshwater Bay Area Chicagof Island, Alaska. ID. Department of the Interior. Geology of the North Bradfield River Iron Prospect Southeastern Alaska. Latouche Island, one of the outermost islands in Prince William Sound, lying about miles southwest of the mainland port of Valdez, is the former site of a large copper ore deposit which was mined before in the Beatson mine. Since then all mining has ceased, and there was only one permanent resident on the island at the time of this study.


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The sulfide-bearing zone at Horseshoe Bay, on Latouche Island in the southwest part of Prince William Sound, Alaska, was explored in the early days as a copper prospect, and although large bodies of copper-bearing pyritic "ore" were found on the Duchess, Duke, and Iron Mountain No.

4 claims, a mine was never brought into by: 4. Pyrite deposits at Horseshoe Bay, Latouche Island, Alaska() Open Access Version: Publisher Index Page Download citation as: RIS | Dublin Core.

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Everyday low Author: Francis A Stejer. PDF | On Jan 1,D.H. Richter and others published Shield volcanoes in the Wrangell Mountains, Alaska | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. ore deposits of Latouche Island suggest that the massive pyrite from the Beatson mine (fig.

42, table A.,Pyrite deposits at Horseshoe Bay, Latouche Island, Alaska: U.S. Geological. Horseshoe Bay on Latouche Island is located three miles northeast of the new town of Chenega Bay. The old town of Latouche was located just northeast of Horseshoe Bay.

Active and historic mine plots are located around the park. This bay is one of the only. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for 9 Geological Survey Bulletins Alaska - Greens Creek Mine Exploration at the best online prices at eBay. Free delivery for many products. The booklets included are: Pyrite deposits at Horseshoe Bay Latouche Island Alaska – Geological survey bulletin E – Francis A Stejer – US Dept of Interior – US Gvmnt Printing Office – -1 map/plates in back envelopeEnd date: The Horseshoe Bay State Marine Park is located southwest of the old town of Latouche and three miles northeast of the new town of Chenega Bay.

Books about Latouche: * Memories of Latouche, by Decema Kimball Andresen (Anchorage: Publication Consultants, ). Paperback, 38 pages. and "Pyrite deposits at Horseshoe Bay, Latouche Island, Alaska." The concluding geology session was a stimulating lecture by Geoffrey A.

Kellaway, principal geologist of the British Geological Survey, on "Pleistocen'e structures in the British Isles." He reported that an examination of permafrost in Alaska. Horseshoe Bay State Marine Park The old town of Latouche was located just northeast of Horseshoe Bay. The earthquake that hit Alaska on Macaused Latouche Island to be raised an average of 9 feet and moved about 60 feet to the southeast, resulting in discoveries such as stumps from a forest that was submerged below sea level.

The mine is located one-half mile southeast of Powder Point on the west side of Latouche Island. It is in the NE1/4 sect T. 1 S., R. 9 E., of the Seward Meridian.

The Beatson mine is shown on the revision of theU.S. Geological Survey topographic map. MS Book and Mineral Company United States Geological Survey Bulletins - Home Page: G. / NICKEL-COPPER DEPOSIT AT SNIPE BAY, BARANOF ISLAND, ALASKA,pb, 9 pages, $ 4 F.

/ PYRITE DEPOSITS AT HORSESHOW BAY, LATOUCHE ISLAND, ALASKA,pb, pages -1 plate (in pocket), 4 figs., $5. Pyrite Mountain Catches Uncaptured in Wando.

Plate 11 near-surface rocks and above the ground water table Pyrite-bearing veins well developed in the Bald Eagle sandstone were exposed in the Large Cut Face LCF road-cut over a distance of approximately feet A visual estimate of 4 to 5 pyrite by volume is confirmed by chemical analyses of samples from along Table 1 Table 2.Ellamar, on Virgin Bay, and the Bonanza mine, on Latouche Island are making regular shipments of ore.

Each of these mines has been rhotite and pyrite. Most of the ore removed has come from one stope, which is 45 by 15 feet in area and 5 to 10 feet in height. Reynolds-Alaska Development Company. On Horseshoe Bay this.Pyrite deposits at Horseshoe Bay, Latouche Island, Alaska; Ratification by Congress of a Contract for the Purchase of Certain Lands and Mineral Deposits by the U.S.

from the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations of Indians, Introduced by Mr. Welch; Reconnaissance of the geology and mineral resources of Prince William Sound, Alaska.