The Lookout Mine is a gold and silver mine located in Pennington county, South Dakota at an elevation of 5,220 feet.
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Name: Lookout Mine
State: South Dakota
Elevation: 5,220 Feet (1,591 Meters)
Commodity: Gold, Silver
Lat, Long: 44.07167, -103.70500
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Lookout Mine MRDS details
Primary: Lookout Mine
State: South Dakota
District: Unorganized District
Land ownership: National Forest
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Administrative Organization: Black Hills National Forest
Owner Name: Charles P. Bishop - Berkely, California
Record Type: Site
Operation Category: Occurrence
Operation Type: Unknown
Years of Production:
Deposit Size: S
General Physiographic Area: Interior Plains
Physiographic Province: Great Plains Province
Physiographic Section: Black Hills
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Comment (Location): CENTER OF THE S 1/2 OF SECTION
Comment (Development): DEVELOPMENT WORK RECORDED IN 1892, 1900 AND 1905 ; ECON.COM: 40 - STAMP MILL (FROM ALTA LODE MINING COMPANY)
Reference (Deposit): U.S. BUREAU OF MINES, 1954, BLACK HILLS MINERAL ATLAS, SOUTH DAKOTA: PART I, BUREAU OF MINES INFORMATION CIRCULAR 7688
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