The Golden Goose Mine is a uranium mine located in Fremont county, Wyoming.
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Lat, Long: 42.38833, -107.82139
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Golden Goose Mine MRDS details
Primary: Golden Goose Mine
Secondary: Sheep Mountain Operations
Secondary: Crooks Gap - Green Mountain uranium area
Record Type: Site
Operation Category: Past Producer
Operation Type: Underground
Years of Production:
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Comment (Identification): There are 4 preexisiting records for the Golden Goose: Golden Goose #1 Claim 10081032=W032718 Golden Goose #2 10157609 =0560130323 Golden Goose Mine #1 10303245 = 0560130322 Golden Goose #4 10279158 =0560130491
Comment (Production): As of May, 1969 the Golden Goose Mine was producing about 500 tons of ore per day (Bailey, 1969, p. 114).
Comment (Location): Bailey (1969, p. 108, pl. 2) shows a shaft to the SE of a bend in the mine roads.
Reference (Deposit): MINOBRAS, 1976, Uranium guidebook for Wyoming, 63 p. and appendix.
Pages: p. 29-31.
Reference (Deposit): Bailey, R.V., 1969, Uranium deposits in the Great Divide Basin--crooks Gap Area, Fremont and Sweetwater Counties, Wyoming, in R.B. Parker, ed., Contributions to Geology--Wyoming Uranium Issue, v. 8, no. 2, pt. 1, p. 105-120.
Pages: p. 108, 114.
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