Boundary Red Mountain Mine

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A sample of Gold from The Boundary Red Mountain Mine

The Boundary Red Mountain Mine of Whatcom County, Washington, United States, consists of 6 patented lode claims survey in 1902 and patented under patent number 39545. The property is privately owned. The lode claims include Rocky draw lode, Klondike lode, Mountain Boy Lode, Glacier Lode, Climax lode, & Climax Ext No. 1 lode. Located in Whatcom County, Washington, U.S.A., the mine is approximately ½ mile south of the Canadian Border. It is within close approximation of the currently active Lone Jack Mine.

Geology: The gold veins of the Boundary Red Mountain Mine are mainly fissure quartz veins. [1][2]


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  1. ^ Percival R. Jeffcott (1963) Chechaco and Sourdough, Being an Account of the Hectic Pursuit of Gold in the Mt. Baker Mining District of Whatcom County, Washington, 1858-1960
  2. ^ Fritz E. Wolff, Matthew I. Brookshier,and David K. Norman - Washington State Department of Natural Resources (2008) INACTIVE AND ABANDONED MINE LANDS — Boundary Red Mountain Mine, Mt. Baker Mining District, Whatcom County, Washington

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