Gold Mining at Caribou, Nova Scotia

CIM Bulletin1938
THE property of Caribou Gold Mines, Limited, is situated in the northeastern part of Halifax county, seven miles south of the Canadian National railway line at Upper Musquodoboit. Approach to the village is by a secondary road, improved recently by waste rock from the mine dump. A two-wire telephone line, seven miles long, built and owned by the present operators, provides communication to the nearest telephone exchange, Parker's Corner.
Keywords: Canadian, Gold, H.W. Quartzite, miles long, Quartz Waste Fill, schist, sericite, mining, quartz, Quartz vein, Quartz veins, Quartzites, Veins
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