Gold Mining in the Little Long Lac and Sturgeon River Areas

CIM Bulletin1940
THIS paper will present a review of the mining operations of one of Canada's most lately established gold mining districts (1). The history of the Little Long Lac and Sturgeon River areas is interesting in view of the fact that, although they have long been the scene of a certain amount of mining activity, they remained little more than an uninhabited wilderness until 1933, since which time ten producing gold mines and mills have been established in permanent operation, eight of these having entered production since the beginning of 1937.
Keywords: Geraldton, Long Lac Gold Mines, Longlac, Sand River Gold Mining Co., Sturgeon River area, Gold mines, Mine, Mines, mining, Motors, Operation, Plants, Power
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