Permit Boulder, Kockel, Bulldog, Bullpup

  

Mine Info

State: California

County: Mariposa

Elevation: 2,851 feet (869 meters)

Primary Mineral: Gold

Lat, Long: 37.54667, -120.01972



Permit Boulder, Kockel, Bulldog, Bullpup MRDS details

Site Name

Commodity

Location

Primary: "Permit Boulder, Kockel, Bulldog, Bullpup"
Primary: Gold
State: California
County: Mariposa
District:
 

Land Status

Holdings

Workings

Land ownership: National Forest
Administrative Organization:
Type:


Ownership

Production

Deposit

Owner Name: Permit Mining Co.
Company ID:
Percent:
Home Office: C/O H. H. Odgers
Info Year:
Years: -

Record Type: Site
Operation Category: Producer
Deposit Type:
Plant Type:
Plant Subtype:
Operation Type: Unknown
Mining Method:
Milling Method:
Year First Production:
Year Last Production:
Discovery Year: 1890
Discovery Method:
Years of Production:
Organization:
Significant: N
Deposit Size:


Physiography

Mineral Deposit Model

Orebody

General Physiographic Area: Pacific Mountain System
Physiographic Province: Cascade-Sierra Mountains
Physiographic Section: Sierra Nevada
Physiographic Detail:


Structure

Alterations

Rocks



Analytical Data

Materials



Comments

Comment Type:
Deposit
Comment Discovery Year: 1890 OR 1894
Comment Type:
Deposit
Comment FIVE UNPATENTED CLAIMS, THE ALADDIN, ALADDIN NOS. 1 AND 2, PERMIT, AND PERMIT EXT. IN 1935 THE ORE AVERAGED $14 TO $20 PER TON. THE MAIN VEIN IS ON THE SAME SYSTEM THAT EXTENDS FROM THE MILBURN MINE NORTH TO THE NUTMEG. MINE FULLY EQUIPPED IN 1954 BUT NO ONE WAS ON THE PROPERTY AND THE EQUIPMENT WAS NOT ACCESSIBLE. A SMALL PRODUCTION OF GOLD AND SILVER REPORTED IN 1954. U.S. BUR. MINES MIN. YEARBOOK 1954, MIN. INDUSTRY OF CALIF. (PREPRINT) , P. 64
Comment Type:
Production
Comment THE BULLDOG OPERATED IN 1890 PRODUCING A FEW TONS OF LOW GRADE ORE. MINE OPERATED INTERMITTENTLY UNDER VARIOUS NAMES UP TO PRESENT TIME. A SMALL PRODUCTION RECORDED IN 1930'S AND LATE 1940'S. FROM 1898-1900 A TOTAL OF 241.87 OZ. OF GOLD WAS PRODUCED FROM 28 TONS OF ORE.
Comment Type:
Workings
Comment 70-FT. SHAFT ON W. VEIN, 70-FT. SHAFT WITH A 500-FT. DRIFT ON CENTER (MAIN) VEIN; AND A 74-FT. SHAFT ON THE EAST VEIN.


References

Reference Category:
Deposit
Pages:
Reference: CALIF. JOUR. MINES & GEOLOGY, V. 53, NOS. 1 & 2, JAN.-APRIL, 1957, PP. 150-151, 295
URL:
Reference Category:
Deposit
Pages:
Reference: U.S. BUREAU OF MINES MIN. YEARBOOK 1954, MIN. INDUSTRY OF CALIF. (PREPRINT), P. 64
URL:

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All mine locations were obtained from the USGS Mineral Resources Data System. The locations and other information in this database have not been verified for accuracy. It should be assumed that all mines are on private property.

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