The Hector Fraction is a mine located in Pennington county, South Dakota at an elevation of 4,501 feet.
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Name: Hector Fraction
State: South Dakota
Elevation: 4,501 Feet (1,372 Meters)
Lat, Long: 43.8831, -103.40470
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Hector Fraction MRDS details
Primary: Hector Fraction
Secondary: Edison Mine
Tertiary: Niobium (Columbium)
State: South Dakota
Type: Private Lease
Owner Name: Lithium Corp. Of America
Info Year: 1976
Record Type: Site
Operation Category: Past Producer
Operation Type: Surface-Underground
Mining Method: Unknown
Years of Production:
General Physiographic Area: Interior Plains
Physiographic Province: Great Plains Province
Physiographic Section: Black Hills
Mineral Deposit Model
Comment (Deposit): HARD COPY FILE CONTAINS FILE REPORT PLUS MAPS.
Comment (Reserve-Resource): OTHER NAME: HECTOR FRACTION. A PENNINGTON CO. PEGMATITE.
Reference (Deposit): BULL 17,1937,P128.
Reference (Deposit): P.70.
Reference (Deposit): LINCOLN F.C.ET ALL. THE MINING INDUSTRY OF S.D. S.D.SCHOOL O
Reference (Deposit): . BU.MINES IC 7112,1940,P27.
Reference (Deposit): GUITERAS,J.R.MINING OF FELDSPAR &ASSOCIATED MIN.IN THE S.B.H
Reference (Deposit): EOL.MON.2,1949,TABLE 5.
Reference (Deposit): CAMERON,E.N,ET ALL.INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF GRANITIC PEGMATITES
Reference (Deposit): U.S.BU.MINES STAFF.REGION I.B.H.MIN.ATLAS,S.D:PART 2.IC 7707
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