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Northwest history. Mining. Special-British Columbia. General ; 1928-09-13
Northwest history. Mining. Special-British Columbia. General ; 1928-09-13
Original index titleNorthwest history. Mining. Special-British Columbia. General ; 1928-09-13
NewspaperSpokesman-review; 1928-09-13
TitleMolly Hughes strike scene
DescriptionMolly Hughes strike scene
F. O. Berg reports 14-foot vein streaked richly with silver-gold
Unique among mines
Needs no mill, bunkhouse, tramway-ore dumped to railroad
A vein 14 feet wide has been cut in the Molly Hughes mine, near New Denver, B. C., according to Frank O. Berg, one of the owners, who inspected it last Saturday.
Subject KeysNorthwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; British Columbia; Molly Hughes mine ;
Date.Original1928
Resource Identifiernwh104-482
SubjectsNorthwest, Pacific--History--20th century
Mining--Northwest, Pacific
Mines and mineral resources--Northwest, Pacific
Mines and mineral resources--British Columbia
Mining industries--British Columbia
Molly Hughes mine
Resource TypeClippings
Text
Format.UseImage/ JPEG
SourceNorthwest history box 104
LanguageEnglish
Date.Digital2006
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