The Polaris-Taku Mine, Tulsequah, B.C. Geology and Development

CIM Bulletin1938
THE Polaris-Taku mine is a new gold property, situated in the far northwest corner of British Columbia. Production was started in November, 1937, at the rate of 150 tons a day, and recently has been increased to 200 tons. The property, which promises to become one of British Columbia's important gold mines, was developed and brought into production in twenty-nine months after work was started on it as a virtual prospect in June, 1935, by Edward C. Congdon and associates.
Keywords: arsenopyrite, Butte, Montana, Polaris-Taku Mining Company, schist, Taku River, Gold, Mine, Mines, mining, Ore, Ores, Veins
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