Geology at the Argosy Gold Mine, Casummit Lake, Ontario

CIM Bulletin1937
THE Argosy Gold Mines, Limited, which joined the ranks of active Ontario gold producers during the summer of 1936, holds a group of 21 claims on Casummit lake, in the Patricia portion, district of Kenora, northwestern Ontario. The Company is developing and mining gold-bearing quartz veins that occur in a series of greywackes and slates of probable Keewatin age. The writer made a geological examination of the property and the surrounding area for the Ontario Department of Mines during the early part of the field season of 1936.
Keywords: andesine, arsenopyrite, diorite, greywacke, quartz, Dykes, Fracture, Fractures, Gold, North, quartz, Rock, Rocks, Veins
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