Geology of the Starr molybdenum mine, Okanogan County, Washington

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The Starr molybdenum mine, Okanogan County, Wash., is about 5 airline miles west of Tonasket in the north-central part of the State. The mineralized zone has been explored to a depth of 250 feet by means of three adit levels, one sublevel, and a raise which connects two of the adits and the sublevel. In all, there are about 2,700 feet of underground workings. The mine has neither machinery nor a developed water supply adequate for any work other than a small exploratory program.

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Publication type Book chapter
Publication Subtype Book Chapter
Title Geology of the Starr molybdenum mine, Okanogan County, Washington
Series number 18
Year Published 1954
Language English
Publisher State Printing Plant
Publisher location Olympia, WA
Description 12 p.
Larger Work Type Report
Larger Work Subtype Other Government Series
Larger Work Title Molybdenum occurrences of Washington (Report of Investigations 18)
First page 51
Last page 62
Country United States
State Washington
County Okanogan County