The Bates and Kraemer Claims is a chromium mine located in Whatcom county, Washington.
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Name: Bates and Kraemer Claims
Lat, Long: 48.66778, -121.97472
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Bates and Kraemer Claims MRDS details
Primary: Bates and Kraemer Claims
District: Twin Sisters Area, Mount Baker District
Land ownership: National Forest
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Owner Name: James W, Ruel, Lake Charles, La.
Years: 1969 -
Record Type: Site
Operation Category: Occurrence
Operation Type: Unknown
Years of Production:
Deposit Size: S
General Physiographic Area: Pacific Mountain System
Physiographic Province: Cascade-Sierra Mountains
Physiographic Section: Northern Cascade Mountains
Mineral Deposit Model
Comment (Location): ASSUMED A SPOT IN MIDDLE OF SECTION 25. ; INFO FROM LAND.ST :(1952)
Comment (Deposit): 2 UNPATENTED CLAIMS ; INFO.SRC : 1 PUB LIT
Reference (Deposit): HUNTTING, MARSHALL T., 1956, INVENTORY OF WASHINGTON MINERALS, PART II, METALLIC MINERALS: WASHINGTON DIVISION OF MINES AND GEOLOGY, BUL. 37, P. 40
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