Geology and Ore Deposits of the Zeballos Area, British Columbia

CIM Bulletin1939
ZEBALLOS is a relatively new mining camp. It is on the west coast of Vancouver island, approximately 195 nautical miles northwestward from Victoria. Previous to 1934, a small amount of placer gold had been recovered from the Zeballos river and tributary creeks. However, it was not until the winter of 1934-35, when shipments of high-grade gold ore were made from the property of the White Star Gold Mines, Limited, that lode gold mining really began. Since then, several new mines and many promising prospects have been found.
Keywords: batholith, diopside, plagioclase, pyrrhotite, quartz, Deposits, Gold, Mine, Mines, quartz, Rock, Rocks, Veins
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