Craig Mining Company (Montana)

Craig Mining Company (Montana)
Item# 5808

Was: $34.95



Stock Certificate, issued/uncanceled
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The Craig Mining Company was incorporated in Butte, Montana on November 3, 1925. The company had mines in the Dedrick Mining District of California.

Dedrick was a lode-gold district near the head of Canyon Creek. The mines were developed during the 1880s and 1890s and were active until the 1930s. The Alaska, with an output of $600,000, and the Globe Consolidated, with a total output of more than $700,000, were the principal lode mines. Others included the Ralston, Maple, Silver Gray, and Mason and Thayer mines. The lode deposits consisted of parallel quartz veins containing fine free gold with some sulfides. Country rock consisted of hornblende schist with granitic stocks lying just to the north and east.MT-Montana CA-California Mining and Related Mining-California Mining Scene

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