Geology of Sturgeon River Area

CIM Bulletin1935
STURGEON River area, on the east side of lake Nipigon, Ontario, was the scene of a gold rush in 1934. According to press reports, the active staking during the latter part of the summer spread out rapidly from the earl y holdings until it embraced practically all of the lower basin of Sturgeon river in a belt up to ten miles wide extending west from Kinghorn for 35 miles to lake Nipigon.
Keywords: Archean, granite, Paint lake, schists, Sturgeon River area., geology, Gold, Maps, Mine, Mines, Rock, Rocks
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