This is a small district in east-central San Diego County about six miles southeast of Cuyamaca Rancho State Park and about 50 miles east of San Diego. Minor amounts of gold have been recovered from narrow north-trending quartz veins in schist, gneiss, and diorite. The area also has been prospected for tungsten.
Weber, F. Harold, Jr., 1963, San Diego County, gold: California Div. Mines and Geology County Rept. 3, pp. 115-167.
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