The Last Chance Prospects is a silver and lead mine located in Salt Lake county, Utah at an elevation of 8,232 feet.
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Elevation: 8,232 Feet (2,509 Meters)
Primary Mineral: Silver, Lead
Lat, Long: 40.57917, -111.65500
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Last Chance Prospects MRDS details
Primary: Last Chance Prospects
Secondary: Last Chance Claims
Secondary: August Johnson Group
County: Salt Lake
District: Little Cottonwood District
Land ownership: National Forest
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Record Type: Site
Operation Category: Occurrence
Deposit Type: Vein
Operation Type: Unknown
Discovery Method: Ore-Mineral In Place
Years of Production:
Deposit Size: S
General Physiographic Area: Rocky Mountain System
Physiographic Province: Middle Rocky Mountains
Physiographic Detail: Wasatch Mountains
Mineral Deposit Model
Description: Wasatch Fault, Uinta Arch
Name: Plutonic Rock
Age Type: Associated Rock
Age Young: Pliocene
Name: Plutonic Rock
Age Type: Host Rock
Age Young: Neoproterozoic
Analytical Data: GRAB SAMPLE FROM DUMP: AG-153 PPM, AU-.23 PPM, CU-150 PPM, MO-LESS THAN 1 PPM, PB-15350 PPM, ZN - 690 PPM.
Comment (Location): LOCATION IS TO LOWEST ADIT OF GROUP ; INFO FROM LAND.ST :1977
Comment (Deposit): MINERALIZATION ASSOCIATED WITH PORPHYRY DIKES, SHEAR, ZONES AND QUARTZ VEINS IN QUARTZITE AND TILLITE
Comment (Workings): NORTH ADIT - WATER FLOODED BUT ACCESSIBLE, AT LEAST 150 FEET LONG, EXPLORES QUARTZ VEIN ALONG FAULT IN QUARTZITE, TRENDS N 43 W; CENTRAL ADIT - 135 FEET LONG IN IRON STAINED, SHEARED QUARTZITE, NO SIGNIFICANT MINERALIZATION NOTED, ADIT TRENDS N 10 W; SOUTH ADIT - COLLAPSED BUT ABOUT 100 FEET LONG IN TILLITE WITH SOME PORPHYRITIC DIKE MATERIAL, NO SIGNIFICANT MINERALIZATION NOTED.
Comment (Deposit): THE LAST CHANCE CLAIM DISCUSSED ON P. 109 OF CALKINS AND BUTLER, 1943 DOES NOT BELONG TO THIS GROUP. ; INFO.SRC : 1 PUB LIT; 3 FIELD OBSERV
Reference (Deposit): CRITTENDEN, M.D., JR., 1965, GEOLOGY OF THE DROMEDARY PEAK QUADRANGLE, UTAH: USGS MAP GQ-378.
Reference (Deposit): CALKINS, F.C. AND BUTLER, B.S., 1943, GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE COTTONWOOD-AMERICAN FORK AREA, UTAH: USGS PROF. PA. 201, 152 P.