The Good Luck Claim is a mine located in Pennington county, South Dakota at an elevation of 4,839 feet.
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Name: Good Luck Claim
State: South Dakota
Elevation: 4,839 Feet (1,475 Meters)
Lat, Long: 43.9242, -103.51390
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Good Luck Claim MRDS details
Primary: Good Luck Claim
State: South Dakota
Record Type: Site
Operation Category: Prospect
Operation Type: 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): WOLFRAMITE FERBERITE AND SCHEELITE OCCUR IN A 2 FOOT QTZ VEIN NG A GRAPHITIC MICA SCHIST. QTZ VEIN STRIKES N30W AND DIP AVERAGES 60 SW. DEVELOPMENT IS A 100 FOOT SHAFT WITH 97 FT OF DRIFTING AN 18 SE TO THE SURFACE AND A 30 FT WINZE AT 40 FT AND A 28 FT CRO T THE BASE OF THE SHAFT. EXACT PRODUCTION UNKNOWN A SMALL QUANTITY OF CONCENTRATE WAS PRODUCED IN 1907. HARD COPY FILE CONTAINS FILE REPORT PLUS MAPS.
Reference (Deposit): U S BUREAU OF MINES INFO CIRC 7707 P 48
Reference (Deposit): SOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF MINES BULL 10 1914 P 220
Reference (Deposit): SOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF MINES BULL 12 1918 P 56 58
Reference (Deposit): SOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF MINES BULL 17 1937 P 140 141
Reference (Deposit): GEOL SURVEY BULL NO 380 1909 P 152
Reference (Deposit): G IN SOUTH DAKOTA P 10 AND 26
Reference (Deposit): CUMMINGS J B REPT OF S DAK STATE PLANNING BOARD 1936 TUNGSTE
Reference (Deposit): SOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF MINES BULL 1 1888 P 141
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