The Naiad Queen Mine is a mine located in Pennington county, South Dakota at an elevation of 5,600 feet.
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Name: Naiad Queen Mine
State: South Dakota
Elevation: 5,600 Feet (1,707 Meters)
Lat, Long: 43.8625, -103.63000
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Naiad Queen Mine MRDS details
Primary: Naiad Queen Mine
State: South Dakota
District: Oreville District
Land ownership: National Forest
Note: the land ownership field only identifies whether the area the mine is in is generally on public lands like Forest Service or BLM land, or if it is in an area that is generally private property. It does not definitively identify property status, nor does it indicate claim status or whether an area is open to prospecting. Always respect private property.
Type: Located Claim
Record Type: Site
Operation Category: Occurrence
Operation Type: Surface
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): SHALLOW SHAFT CONTAINS CASSITERITE, BUT NOT IN LARGE AMOUNTS SUFFICIENT TO MINE.
Reference (Deposit): BLACK HILLS MINERAL ATLAS, SOUTH DAKOTA, PT 2. 1955, USBM IC
Reference (Deposit): P 61.
Reference (Deposit): HESS, FRANK L, 1909, TIN, TUNGSTEN, AND TANTALUM DEPOSITS OF
Reference (Deposit): DAKOTA. USGS BULL 380. P 139.
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