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|Quadrangle map, 1:63,360-scale||A-4|
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|Location and accuracy||The location of this anitmony occurrence is uncertain; the only description states it is at the head of Fourth of July Creek in about the NW1/4 sec. 16, T. 10 S., R. 5 W., Fairbanks Meridian (Joesting, 1942 [ATDM MR 194-11]).|
Geologic descriptionAntimony ore in float found near the head of Fourth of July Creek was examined in 1942 by the Alaska Department of Mines (Joesting, 1942 [ATDM MR 194-11, p. 10-11]). Fourth of July Creek lies within the California Creek Member of the Totatlanika Schist , which is composed of gray quartz-orthoclase-sericite schist and augen gneiss (Wahrhaftig, 1970 [GQ 810]).
|Geologic map unit||(-148.557340268276, 64.050548035079)|
|Workings or exploration||Samples of stibnite were collected in float (Joesting, 1942 [ATDM MR 194-11]).|
|Indication of production||None|
Joesting, H.R., 1942, Antimony and tungsten deposits in the Fairbanks and adjacent districts: Alaska Territorial Department of Mines Miscellaneous Report 194-11, 26 p.
|Reporters||J.R. Guidetti Schaefer and C.J. Freeman (Avalon Development Corporation)|
|Last report date||7/31/2001|