The Eldorado Operation at Great Bear Lake

CIM Bulletin1938
THE pitchblende-silver deposits of Great Bear lake, Northwest Territories, were discovered by Gilbert LaBine in 1930. The property owned by Eldorado Gold Mines, Limited, consists of 53 claims situated, for the most part, on LaBine point, on the northeast shore of the lake. The Company also holds a group of 10 claims on Dowdell point, 7 miles to the southeast of the main group and across Echo bay. The fractures traversing the ridge on LaBine point can be readily seen from the air.
Keywords: adit, chalcopyrite, Eldorado Gold, jasper, pitchblende, Eldorado, Mine, mineral, Mines, Ore, Ores, Pitchblende, Veins
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