Geology of God's Lake Gold Mines, Limited

CIM Bulletin1935
GOD'S lake is in the northeastern part of Manitoba, about 400 miles northeast of Winnipeg, or about 250 miles due north of Red lake, Ontario. The lake is quite large, having an overall length of 54 miles and a maximum width of 18 miles. There are numerous islands in the lake, the largest of these, known as Elk island, being about 15 miles long and 3 miles wide in the widest part. The accompanying map (Figure 1) shows the location of God's lake and of the mine.
Keywords: Diorite, diorite, feldspar, porphyry, quartz, tuff, Discovery, Dykes, Feldspars, Gold mines, North, Porphyry, quartz, Tuffs
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