DGGS MR 191-5

Publication Details

  • Title:

    Strategic and critical mineral occurrences in southeastern Alaska
  • Authors:

    Roehm, J.C.
  • Publication Date:

    1943
  • Publisher:

    Alaska Territorial Department of Mines
  • Ordering Info:

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  • Quadrangle(s):

    Atlin, Bradfield Canal, Craig, Dixon Entrance, Juneau, Ketchikan, Mount Fairweather, Petersburg, Port Alexander, Prince Rupert, Sitka, Skagway, Sumdum, Taku River
  • Keyword(s):

    Admiralty Island; Antimony; Asbestos; Chromium; Coal; Copper; Crystals; Economic Study; Garnet; Geochemistry; Gold; Iron; Lead; Lynn Canal; Manganese; Mercury; Metallurgy; Mining; Molybdenum; Mountain Leather; Nickel; Palladium; Platinum; Prince of Wales Island; Production Data; Revillagigedo Island; Silver; Spinels; Talc; Tungsten; Zinc

Bibliographic Reference

Roehm, J.C., 1943, Strategic and critical mineral occurrences in southeastern Alaska: Alaska Territorial Department of Mines Miscellaneous Report 191-5, 98 p., 11 sheets. doi:10.14509/954

Publication Products

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  • Maps & Other Oversized SheetsMaps & Other Oversized Sheets

    • Figure 1 Map showing mining precincts of southeastern Alaska (2.7 M)
    • Figure 2 Map showing distribution of mineral occurrences in southeastern Alaska (2.3 M)
    • Figure 3 Map of surface workings and showings of Val Klemm Antimony Prospect (1.9 M)
    • Figure 4 Map showing chromite occurrences on Cleveland Peninsula (2.5 M)
    • Figure 5 Map showing longitudinal section of Harkrader coal mine, Admiralty Island (2.3 M)
    • Figure 6 Plan of mine workings at Murder Cove, Admiralty Island (1.7 M)
    • Figure 7 Map showing distribution of mineral occurrences in southeastern Alaska (copper) (2.4 M)
    • Figure 8 Map showing distribution of mineral occurrences in southeastern Alaska (iron) (2.3 M)
    • Figure 9 Map showing distribution of mineral occurrences in southeastern Alaska (zinc-lead) (2.4 M)
    • Figure 10 Map showing distribution of mineral occurrences in southeastern Alaska (manganese, molybdenum, nickel, tungsten) (2.6 M)
    • Figure 11 Map showing molybdenum occurrence Port San Antonio, Baker Island (2.5 M)

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