Some Geological Features of the Swayze Gold Area

CIM Bulletin1933
THE township of Swayze, from which the Swayze gold area derives its name, is in the Sudbury mining division, approximately 150 miles northwest of Sudbury. The gold area may be regarded as situated at the southwest corner of a triangular area whose northeast and southeast corners are at Porcupine and Shiningtree, respectively, and whose sides are between 70 miles and 90 miles in length.
Keywords: Gold, Granite, granite, greywacke, porphyry, quartz, township, Granites, North, quartz, Rock, Rocks, sediments, Swayze
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