The Julia Dean is a lead and silver mine located in Salt Lake county, Utah at an elevation of 6,099 feet.
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Elevation: 6,099 Feet (1,859 Meters)
Primary Mineral: Lead, Silver
Lat, Long: 40.5375, -112.15306
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Julia Dean MRDS details
Primary: Julia Dean
County: Salt Lake
District: Bingham District
Record Type: Site
Operation Category: Past Producer
Operation Type: Unknown
Years of Production:
Mineral Deposit Model
Description: Fault Plane (N - S, W)
Age Type: Host Rock
Age Young: Pennsylvanian
Analytical Data: 1905 : AVE: 50 - 52 % PB, 100 OZ AG, $3 IN GOLD AND A TRACE OF COPPER PER TON.
Comment (Location): THE MINE IS UNDERNEATH THE WASTE DUMPS OF THE OPEN PIT.
Comment (Production): TOTAL PRODUCTION TO 1905 - $70,000
Comment (Deposit): ALONG A FAULT PLANE IN QUARTZITE
Comment (Workings): A 500 FT ADIT AND SEVERAL LEVELS
Comment (Geology): GEOL.DESC: THE ORE OCCURS BETWEEN A QUARTZITE HANGING WALL AND A THICK BED OF BANDED, GRAY - BLACK GOUGE OVERLYING A CRUSHED QUARTZITE FOOT WALL.
Reference (Deposit): CONSV. DIV. COMP. DATE, 03-25-1958
Reference (Deposit): USGS PROF. PAPER 38. P. 295