Pinson

Plant in Humboldt county in Nevada, United States with commodities Gold, Mercury, Silver

Geologic information

Identification information

Deposit ID 10149740
MRDS ID M232744
MAS/MILS ID 0320130220
Record type Site
Current site name Pinson
Alternate or previous names Ogee-Pinson, Pinson Mine and Mill
Related records 10045085, 10310313

Geographic coordinates

Point of reference Ore Body
Geographic coordinates: -117.27176, 41.12909 (WGS84)
Elevation 1500
Location accuracy 1000(meters)
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Geographic areas

Country State County
United States Nevada Humboldt

Public Land Survey System information

Meridian Township Range Section Fraction State
Mount Diablo 038 N 042 E 32 Nevada

Commodities

Commodity Importance
Gold Primary
Mercury Tertiary
Silver Tertiary

Materials information

Materials Type of material
Calcite Unknown
Chalcedony Unknown
Chert Unknown
Cinnabar Unknown
Gold Unknown
Kaolinite Unknown
Marcasite Unknown
Pyrite Unknown
Quartz Unknown
Sericite Unknown
Gold Unknown

Nearby scientific data

Ore Body (1) -117.27176, 41.12909

Ore body information

  • Thickness 65M
    Depth to top 5M
    Width 130M
    Length 370M
    Area 9241HA
    Field Value
    MAS Matrix # 1
    MAS Column # 1
    Type of Orebody #1 DISSEMINATED
    Shape of Orebody #1 TABULAR
    Type of Orebody #2 BRECCIA FILL
    Type of Orebody #3 REPLACEMENT
    Primary mode of Origin HYDROTHERMAL
    Primary Ore Control FAULTING
    Secondary Ore Control FRACTURING
    Degree of Wallrock Alter. MODERATE
    Type of Wallrock Alter. #1 SILICIFICATION
    Type of Wallrock Alter. #2 SERICITIC
    Type of Wallrock Alter. #3 OTHER
    Minimum Depth to Top 0
    Total Surface Area (HA) 9241
    Date of Last Modification 961204

Economic information

Economic information about the deposit and operations

Operation type Surface
Development status Plant
Commodity type Metallic
Deposit size Small
Significant Yes
Discovery year 1972
Mining method Open Pit
Year of first production 1981
Plant type Leach
Milling method Heap Leach-Agglomerate-Carbon Column-Electrowin

Comments on exploration

  • IN 1983 EXPLORATION DRILLING RESULTED IN ADDITIONAL INDICATED RESOURCE ALONG THE MINERAL ZONE EXTENSION.THIS DISCOVERY IS FAIRLY DEEP AND NARROW.

Mining district

District name Potosi District

Mineral rights holdings

Type of mineral rights Other
Type of mineral rights Located Claim
Type of mineral rights Fee Ownership

Land status

Ownership category Private

Ownership information

  • Type Owner-Operator
    Owner Homestake Mining Co. (Corona Corp.)
    Interest 50
    Home office California
    Year 1996
    First year 1996
  • Type Owner
    Owner Barrick Gold Corp. (American Barrick Resources Corp.)
    Interest 50
    Home office Canada
    Year 1996
    First year 1996
  • Type Operator
    Owner Pinson Mining Co.
    Home office Nevada
    Year 1996
    Last year 1996
  • Type Owner
    Owner Rayrock Yellowknife Resources, Inc.
    Interest 26.5
    Home office Canada
    Year 1996
    Last year 1996
  • Type Owner
    Owner Homestake Mining Co. (Corona Corp.)
    Interest 26.3
    Home office California
    Year 1996
    Last year 1996
  • Type Owner
    Owner Barrick Gold Corp. (American Barrick Resources Corp.)
    Interest 26.3
    Home office Canada
    Year 1996
    Last year 1996
  • Type Owner
    Owner John S. Liermore, Petter Galli And D. M. Duncan
    Interest 21
    Year 1996
    Last year 1996

Comments on the ownership information

  • THE PINSON MINING COMPANY IS A NEVADA PARTNERSHIP FORMED OF: RAYROCK; UNITED SISCOE MINES, 26.25%; AND PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS, 21%. THE FIRST THREE PARTNERS ARE WHOLLY OWNED U.S. SUBSID- IARIES OF THREE CANADIAN MINING COMPANIES. PARTNERSHIP MANAGEMENT, COORDINATION AND PROPERTY OPERATION ARE PROVIDED BY RAYROCK RESOURCES LTD. AS OF 12/16/96 RAYROCK YELLOWKNIFE RESOURCES AND THREE OTHER PARTNERS OF THE PINSON PARTNERSHIP HAVE REACHED AGREEMENT TO SELL THEIR COMBINED 47.5% INTEREST IN PINSION TO THE OTHER TWO PARTNETS: HOMESTAKE MINING COMPANY & BARRICK GOLD CORPORATION FOR US$8.4M AND A SMALL ROYALITY. RAYROCK WILL RECEIVE US$4.7M FOR ITS 26.5%. SALE IS EFFECTIVE 11/30/96 & CLOSES 12/17/96.

Production statistics

  • Year 1981
    Description Mill 1,753,245 Gm Au 340935 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 1,753,245g
  • Year 1982
    Description Grade Of 1981:1982 Mill Ore Mined 6 Grams Per Metric Tonne
  • Year 1982
    Description Total Ore And Waste Mined During 1981-82 8379000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1982
    Description Combined 1981-1982 Leach Ore Stacked 57000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1982
    Description Combined 1981-1982 Mill Ore Mined 792000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1982
    Description Mill 2,053,980 Gm Au 450661 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 450,661mt
  • Year 1983
    Description 1983 Leach Ore Stacked 321000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1983
    Description 1983 Mill Ore Mined 447000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1983
    Description Heap Leach 246,087 Gm Au 321142 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 321,142mt
  • Year 1983
    Description Mill 1,509,926 Gm Au 477345 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 477,345mt
  • Year 1984
    Description Heap Leach 509,716 Gm Au 595110 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 595,110mt
  • Year 1984
    Description Mill 1,519,008 Gm Au 472482 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 472,482mt
  • Year 1985
    Description Total Ore And Waste Mined (Pinson 1985) 3934000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1985
    Description 1985 Leach Ore Stacked From The Pinson 601000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1985
    Description 1985 Mill Ore Mined From The Pinson Pit 486000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1985
    Description Heap Leach 467,603 Gm Au 600553 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 60,053mt
  • Year 1985
    Description Mill 1,447,876 Gm Au 485904 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 485,904mt
  • Year 1986
    Description Total Ore And Waste Mined (Pinson 1986) 497000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1986
    Description Leach Ore Stacked From Pinson In 1986 458000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1986
    Description Mill Ore Mined From Pinson During 1986 466000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1986
    Description Total Ore And Waste Mined (Preble 1986) 315000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1986
    Description 1986 Leach Ore Stacked From Preble Pit 289000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1986
    Description 1986 Mill Ore Mined From Preble Pit 26000 Metric Tonnes
  • Year 1986
    Description Heap Leach 930,944 Gm Au 741166 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 741,166mt
  • Year 1986
    Description Mill 1,747,211 Gm Au 492279 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 492,279mt
  • Year 1987
    Description Heap Leach 804,541 Gm Au 786525 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 786,525mt
  • Year 1987
    Description Mill 1,579,006 Gm Au 491681 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 491,681mt
  • Year 1988
    Description Heap Leach 868,489 Gm Au 643191 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 643,191mt
  • Year 1988
    Description Mill 1,692,190 Gm Au 466437 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 466,437mt
  • Year 1989
    Description Heap Leach Gold 604953 Grams
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 604,953g
  • Year 1989
    Description Mill 1,636,204 Gm Au 486141 Metric Ton Ore/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 486,141mt
  • Year 1992
    Description Gold Production (Ag Prod 5730 Tr Oz) 51000 Tr Oz/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 1,586,278g
  • Year 1992
    Description Ore Milled @ 0.093 Oz/St 1089000 St Ore
  • Year 1993
    Description Gold Production (Ag Prod 3470 Tr Oz) 49800 Tr Oz/Yr Gold
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 1,548,953g
  • Year 1993
    Description Ore Milled @ 0.093 Oz/St 1104000 St Ore
  • Year 1994
    Description Gold Produced (Ag Prod 3500 Tr Oz) 44100 Tr Oz/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 1,371,664g
  • Year 1994
    Description Ore Milled @ 0.078 @ Oz/St 1124000 St Ore
  • Year 1995
    Description Gold Produced (No Ag Prod Rept) 46900 Tr Oz/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 1,458,753g
  • Year 1995
    Description Ore Milled @ 0.088 Oz/St 1118000 St Ore
  • Year 1996
    Description Gold Produced (No Ag Prod Retp) 42400 Tr Oz/Yr
    Importance Item Commodity Group Amount recovered Grade Recovery percentage
    Major Gold Gold 1,318,788g
  • Year 1996
    Description Ore Milled @ 0.077 Oz/St 1099000 St Ore

Comments on the production information

  • P-INV SHOWS TOTAL PROPOSED INVESTMENT FOR BOTH MILL AND HEAP LEACHING PROCESSES. P-UPC IS DIFFERENT FOR A1 AND 1B. 1B IS PROPOSED, AND WILL COME ON STREAM IN 1984.
  • MILL: ON-SITE, ACTIVE, CYANIDE HEAP LEACH, CYANIDE PRETREATMENT CARBON COLUMN-AGITATED LEACH, CIP ELECTROLYSIS, SMELTING, PROCESS RATE:1360 T/D ORIGINAL RATE (1980): 907 T/D. PRODUCTION: STARTED JAN. 1981 (MILLING), LATE 1982 (HEAP LEACHING), EXPECTED MINE LIFE +10 YRS. ABOUT 1741 KG AU/YR MINE: OPEN-PIT,ABOUT 1200 T/D ORE 17000 T/D WASTE. TWO PITS PLANNED FOR PRODUCTION. 5,388 MT OF HIGH GRADE ORE FROM THE KRAMER HILL DEPOSIT IS HAULED TO THE PINSON MILL (0320130220) FOR PROCESSING. 272,372 MT OF LOW GRADE ORE FROM THE KRAMER HILL DEPOSIT IS HAULED TO THE LEACH PADS AT THE PREBLE MINE (0320130443) FOR PROCESSING.
  • HUTTL (1950) REPORTS 3760 T ORE @ 6.38 G/T AU PRODUCED AT THE OGEE-PINSON MINE. DATA FROM 1992 TO 1996: SEE HP BIBLIOGRAPHY 001-002:

Reserves and resources

  • Type In-situ
    Estimate year 1991
    Demonstrated 10,967,000mt ore
    Indicated 3,978,000mt ore
    Measured 6,989,000mt ore
    Total resources 10,967,000mt ore
    Commodity Subtype Grade units Group Importance Year
    Gold Au 2.2 g/mt Gold Major 1991
  • Type In-situ
    Estimate year 1995
    Demonstrated 4,303,684mt ore
    Measured 4,303,684mt ore
    Total resources 4,303,684mt ore
    Commodity Subtype Grade units Group Importance Year
    Gold Au 2.47 g/mt Gold Major 1995
  • Type In-situ
    Estimate year 1996
    Demonstrated 3,696,000mt ore
    Commodity Subtype Grade units Group Importance Year
    Gold Au 2.5 g/mt Gold Major 1996
  • Type In-situ
    Estimate year 1997
    Demonstrated 2,326,000mt ore
    Commodity Subtype Grade units Group Importance Year
    Gold Au 2.47 g/mt Gold Major 1997

Comments on the reserve resource information

  • RECOVERABLE INDICATED RESERVES, AS OF JANUARY 1982, INCLUDING AN ESTIMATED 10% DILUTION FACTOR FOR OPEN PIT MINING TOTALS 3,978,000 METRIC TONNES MILL GRADE ORE RUNNING 3.08 GM/TONNE GOLD AND 5,000,000 METRIC TONNES HEAP LEACH GRADE ORE RUNNING 1.20 GM/TONNE GOLD. NO OTHER MINERALS OCCUR IN SUFFICIENT QUANTITY FOR RECOVERY. INDICATED MILL ORE RESERVES, AS OF APRIL 28, 1986 FOR THE PINSON MILL PORTION. INDICATED LEACH ORE RESERVES AS OF 4/28/86 @ PINSON MINE INDICATED MILL ORE RESERVES AS OF APRIL 28, 1986 FOR THE PREBLE MINE PORTION. INDICATED LEACH ORE RESERVES, AS OF APRIL 28, 1986 FOR THE PREBLE MINE PORTION.
  • TOTAL 12/31/96 PROVEN + PROBABLE ORE RESERVES, (HOMESTAKE).

Workings at the site

  • Type of workings Surface
    Area 1425HA
    Field Value
    MAS Development Schedule # 1
    Mining Record # 1
    Status of Mining Method ACTUAL
    Mining Method OPEN PIT
    Percent Waste Rock 99.9
    Primary Material Cover M-HARD ROCKS
    Hardness of Ore M-HARD ROCKS
    Avg. Bench Height (meters) 6
    Max. Pit Slope (degrees) 48
    Capacity 3629
    Capacity Units MT ORE/DAY
    Unit Production Cost 21.74
    Units of Production $/MT ORE
    Operating Days per Year 260
    Operating Shifts per Day 2
    Year of Information 1991
  • Type of workings Surface
    Field Value
    MAS Development Schedule # 1
    Mining Record # 2
    Status of Mining Method ESTIMATE
    Mining Method OPEN PIT
    Capacity 3629
    Capacity Units MT ORE/DAY
    Unit Production Cost 22
    Units of Production $/MT ORE
    Operating Days per Year 260
    Operating Shifts per Day 2
    Year of Information 1991
  • Type of workings Surface
    Field Value
    MAS Development Schedule # 1
    Mining Record # 3
    Status of Mining Method ESTIMATE
    Mining Method OPEN PIT
    Capacity 1884
    Capacity Units MT ORE/DAY
    Unit Production Cost 25.12
    Units of Production $/MT ORE
    Operating Days per Year 260
    Operating Shifts per Day 2
    Year of Information 1991

Comments on the workings information

  • DETOXIFICATION OF HEAPS BY FRESH WATER RINSE IS PLANNED, BUT HAS NOT BEEN STARTED. APPROXIMATELY 200 ACRES, OR 1/3 OF THE DISTURBED AREA HAS BEEN RECLAIMED.

Comments on other economic factors

  • TRANSPORTATION CHARGES 1.05 MT DORE/YR X $52,000/MT X 1 YEAR/104 SHIPMENT X 1 SHIPMENT/840 KM = $0.625/KM
  • UNIT PRODUCTION COSTS ARE PRESENTLY ESTIMATED TO BE $10.03 PER METRIC TON ORE OF ORE. THIS COST WILL INCREASE TO $12.79 FOR THE YEARS 1988-90.

Reference information

Links to other databases

Agency Database name Acronym Record ID Notes
U.S. Bureau of Mines Minerals Availability System MAS 0320130220

Bibliographic references

  • Production

    BARRICK GOLD CORPORATION, 1996 FORM 40-F, P37.

  • Reserve-Resource

    CORONA CORP. 1989 ANN8AL REPORT.

  • Reserve-Resource

    AMERICAN MINES HANDBOOK, 1996, PP. 128, 200.

  • Reserve-Resource

    RANDOL, MINES DIRECTORY, 1996/97, U.S. MINES & MINING

  • Reserve-Resource

    COMPANIES, P265.

  • Reserve-Resource

    HOMESTAKE MINING COMPANY, FORM 10-K, 1995, P13.

  • Reserve-Resource

    BARRICK GOLD CORPORATION, FORM 10-K, 1995, P12.

  • Reserve-Resource

    HOMESTAKE MINING CO., 1996 FORM 10-K REPORT, P12.

  • Reserve-Resource

    HOMESTAKE MINING CO., 1996 ANNUAL REPORT, PP. 18-19.

  • Reserve-Resource

    BARRICK GOLD CORP., 1996 ANNUAL REPORT, P36.

  • Reserve-Resource

    BARRICK GOLD CORP., 1996 FORM 40-F REPORT, PP. 14, 38.

  • Deposit

    AMERICAN BARRICK RESOURCES CORPORATION. ANNUAL REPORT

  • Deposit

    1985-1989.

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    ARGALL, G. O., JR., AND P. RAPALUS. UNITED STATES OPEN PIT

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    AND UNDERGROUND MINE TONNAGE. WORLD MIN., V. 34, NO. 10,

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    1981, P. 50.

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    ARIZONA PAY DIRT. OF MINES AND MEN. NO. 466, APR. 1978,

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    P. 59.

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    COUNTY, NEVADA. ABSTRACT IN GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION

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    BAGBY, W.C., AND B. R. BERGER. GEOLOGIC CHARACTERISTICS OF

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    SEDIMENT-HOSTED, DISSEMINATED PRECIOUS-METAL DEPOSITS IN

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    THE WESTERN UNITED STATES. PAPER IN REVIEWS IN ECONOMIC

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    GEOLOGY, V. 2, SOC. ECON. GEOL., 1985, PP. 169-202.

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    PEARCE, R. C. RAYROCK, SISCOE, LACANA TEAM LAUNCH

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    PINSON PROJECT IN NEVADA. NORTHERN MINER (TORONTO),

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    V. 67, NO. 11, 1981, PP. 1, A28-A29.

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    BERGER, B.R. GEOLOGIC CHARACTERISTICS OF SEDIMENT- AND

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    VOLCANIC-HOSTED DISSEMINATED GOLD DEPOSITS--SEARCH FOR AN

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    OCCURRENCE MODEL. U.S. GEOL. SURV. BULL. 1646, 1985,

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    P. 117-119.

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    BERGER, B. R., AND B. E. TAYLOR. PRE-CENOZOIC NORMAL

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    FAULTING IN THE OSGOOD MOUNTAINS, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA.

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    GEOL., V. 8, NO. 12, 1980, PP. 594-598.

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    SKILLINGS, D. N., JR. PINSON MINING COMPANY MARKING

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    FIRST FULL YEAR OF GOLD PRODUCTION. SKILLINGS' MIN. REV.,

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    V. 71, NO. 28, 1982, PP. 8-12.

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    CAVENDER, W. S. INTEGRATED MINERAL EXPLORATION IN

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    THE OSGOOD MOUNTAINS, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA. PH.D.

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    DISS., UNIV. CA, BERKELEY, CA, 1963, 225 PP., 9 PL.

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    CHAMBERLAIN, P. G., AND M. G. POJAR. GOLD AND SILVER

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    INFORMATION CIRCULAR 8969, 1984, 47

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    PP.

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    CLISBY, H. NEVADA'A PRECIOUS METALS PICTURE LOOKING

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    BETTER ALL THE TIME. BIG SKY PAYDIRT (BISBEE, AZ),

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    NO. 36, SEPT. 1983, PP. 21A- 25A.

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    CORONA CORPORATION. ANNUAL REPORT, 1989.

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    ENGINEERING AND MINING JOURNAL. BOOK OF FLOWSHEETS.

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    MCGRAW-HILL, 1984, 207 PP.

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    GALLI, P. E., J. S. LIVERMORE, AND L. G. REEVE.

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    PINSON AND PREBLE GOLD DEPOSITS NEAR GOLCONDA, HUMBOLDT

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    ASPECTS OF FINE-GRAINED, CARLIN-TYPE GOLD DEPOSITS. GEOL.

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    SOC. NV AND MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES SYMP., RENO, NV, 1976,

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    P. 3; AVAILABLE AT MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES, UNIV. NV, RENO,

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    HOBBS, S. W. GEOLOGY OF THE NORTHERN PART OF THE

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    YALE UNIV., NEW HAVEN, CT, 1948, 97 PP.

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    HOTZ, P. E., AND R. WILLDEN. GEOLOGY AND MINERAL

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    DEPOSITS OF THE OSGOOD MOUNTAINS QUADRANGLE, HUMBOLDT

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    PROFESSIONAL PAPER 431, 1964, 128 PP.

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    HOTZ, P.E. AND R. WILLDEN. GEOLOGY AND MINERAL DEPOSITS

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    U.S. GEOL. SURV. PROF. PAPER 431, 1964, P. 117.

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    HUMBOLDT SUN (WINNEMUCCA, NV). PINSON POURS GOLD

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    MINE'S 100TH 1,000-OZ. BAR. JULY 27, 1982, P. 1.

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    HUTTL, J. B. HOW GETCHELL MINE AND MILL PREPARE FOR

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    GREATER OUTPUT. ENG. AND MIN. J., V. 151, NO. 7, 1950,

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    PP. 60-62.

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  • Deposit

    LACANA MINING CORP. ANNUAL REPORT, 1982. 1983,

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    P. 3.

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    LACANA MINING CORP. ANNUAL REPORT, 1982-1983.

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    LEWIS, A., LEACHING AND PRECIPITATION TECHNOLOGY FOR GOLD

  • Deposit

    AND SILVER ORES. ENGINEERING AND MINING JOURNAL, V. 184, #6,

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    1983, PP. 48-56.

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    _____. GOLD AND SILVER CYANIDATION PLANT PRACTICE,

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    HOTZ, R.E. AND RONALD WILLDEN. GEOLOGY AND MINERAL DEPOSITS

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    MINING JOURNAL (LONDON). NEW GOLD HORIZONS.

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    SMITH, M. E., AND W. B. CRAFT. PILOT SCALE HEAP

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    LEACHING AT THE PINSON MINE, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA.

  • Deposit

    PRES. AT SOC. MIN. ENG. AIME FALL MEETING, SALT LAKE CITY,

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    UT, OCT. 19-21, 1983. SOC. MIN. ENG. AIME PREPRINT 83-343,

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    7 PP.

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    MINING MAGAZINE (LONDON). PINSON, NEVADA - A NEW

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    USGS PP 431, 1964, P. 117.

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    MINING RECORD (DENVER). PINSON GOLD MINE AND

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    GALLI, P.E., J.S. LIVERMORE, L.G. REEVE. PINSON AND PREBLE

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    MORRISON-KNUDSEN. MINE/DEPOSIT FILE REPORT, PINSON MINING

  • Deposit

    COMPANY, BUMINES CONTRACT NO. S0221028. MORRISON-KNUDSEN

  • Deposit

    CO. INC.- MIN. GROUP, 1982.

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    NEVADA MINING ASSOCIATION (RENO). PINSON GOLD MINE

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    GOLD DEPOSITS NEAR GOLCONDA, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA;

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    ASSOC. BULL., V. 5, NO. 2, 1981, PP. 2-3.

  • Deposit

    NEV. DIV. MINE INSPECTION, 1982, DIRECTORY OF NEVADA MINE

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    OPERATIONS ACTIVE DURING CALENDAR YEAR 1982, P.

  • Deposit

    NEV. DIV. MINES INSPECTION, 1991, DIRECTORY OF NEVADA MINE

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    OPERATIONS ACTIVE DURING CALENDAR YEAR 1990, P.

  • Deposit

    CORDEX EXPLORATION CO.-RENO, NV, GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION

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    (WILSONVILLE, OR). RECENT LACANA, SANTA FE RESULTS.

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    ASPECTS OF FINE-GRAINED, CARLIN-TYPE GOLD DEPOSITS,

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    NORTH AMERICAN GOLD MINING INDUSTRY NEWS. LACANA

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    A SYMPOSIUM PRESENTED BY THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEVADA

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    ISSUE 19, OCT. 12, 1984, P. 13.

  • Deposit

    AND MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES, RENO, NEVADA, MARCH 26, 1976.

  • Deposit

    RAYROCK, DOME, AND LACANA. NORTHERN MINER (TORONTO),

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    FILLO, PAUL V. U.S. BUREAU OF MINES LIAISION OFFICER-NEVADA

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    PINSON MINING CO. PINSON MINING COMPANY, FIELD

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    TRIP 1, SEDIMENT-HOSTED GOLD DEPOSITS. PAPER IN

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    EXPLORATION FOR GOLD DEPOSITS OF THE NORTH AMERICAN

  • Deposit

    CORDILLERA, FIELD TRIP GUIDEBOOK, ED. BY J. L. JOHNSON.

  • Deposit

    SYMP. OF ASSOC. EXPL. GEOCHEM., RENO, NV,

  • Deposit

    MAR. 25-28, 1984, PP. FT1 11-15.

  • Deposit

    PINSON MINING CO. COMPANY BROCHURE ON PINSON MINE.

  • Deposit

    PRES. AT OPEN HOUSE, MAY 12, 1981, 7 PP.; AVAILABLE AT

  • Deposit

    PINSON MIN. CO., WINNEMUCCA, NV.

  • Deposit

    POWERS, S. L. JASPEROID AND DISSEMINATED GOLD AT THE

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    OGEE- PINSON MINE, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA. M.S. THESIS,

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    UNIV. NV, RENO, NV, 1978, 88 PP.

  • Deposit

    REEVES, L. PINSON/PREBLE. GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION

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    ASPECTS OF FINE-GRAINED, CARLIN-TYPE GOLD DEPOSITS. A

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    SYMP. PRES. BY GEOL. SOC. NV AND MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES,

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    RENO, NV, MAR. 26, 1976, 14 PP.; AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

  • Deposit

    FROM MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES LIBRARY, UNIV. NV, RENO,NV

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    SLAVIK, G. (ED.). PINSON MINE, FLORIDA CANYON

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    DEPOSIT, ROCHESTER DISTRICT, AND RELIEF CANYON DEPOSIT.

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    GEOL. SOC. NV 1984 MEETING, FIELD TRIP, AND ROAD LOG,

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    SEPT. 21-23, 1984, RENO, NV, 68 PP.

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    THORNDYCRAFT, R. B. PINSON MINING COMPANY - MILL

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    DESIGN. PRES. AT SOC. MIN. ENG. AIME ANNU. MEETING,

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    DALLAS, TX, FEB. 14-18, 1982. SOC. MIN. ENG. AIME PREPRINT

  • Deposit

    82-162, 10 PP.

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    WALLACE (ID) MINER PINSON PEGS FALL OPENING. AUG.

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    30, 1984, P. 1.

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    WARGO, J. G. THE NEXT EXPLORATION STAGE FOR

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    CARLIN-TYPE GOLD DEPOSITS. MIN. ENG.(NY), VOLUME 31,

  • Deposit

    NUMBER 9, 1979, PP. 1321-1323.

  • Deposit

    WILLDEN, R. GEOLOGY AND MINERAL DEPOSITS OF HUMBOLDT

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    COUNTY, NEVADA. NV BUREAU OF MINES AND GEOLOGY BULLETIN

  • Deposit

    59, 1964, 154 PP.

  • Deposit

    THE MINING RECORD, V 107, N34, AUG. 21, 1996, P13.

  • Deposit

    THE MINING RECORD, VOL., 107, #51, DEC., 18, 1996, P1.

General comments

Subject category Comment text
Deposit HOLDINGS CONSITS OF 22,826 ACRES OF WHICH 11,583 UNDER LEASE; 7780 ACRES OF UNPATENTED MINING CLAIMS; 3463 ACRES FEE LANDS GENERAL LOCATION: ABOUT 64 KM NE OF WINNEMUCCA. GENERAL SIZE OF ORE BODY: SMALL

Reporter information

Type Date Name Affiliation Comment
Reporter 24-SEP-97 Buckingham, David A. U.S. Bureau of Mines