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" ... of disturbance is marked by metamorphism, and by the presence of associated ores of iron and copper. The principal localities where the latter occur are noticed by the author, who states that the copper deposits attain their greatest development near... "
The Mines and Mineral Lands of Nova Scotia - Page 80
by Edwin Gilpin - 1880 - 129 pages
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Geological Magazine, Volume 2; Volume 4; Volume 14

Geology - 1877
...copper deposits attain their greatest development near Lochaber Lake and Poison's Lake, where they form a series of veins, cutting at oblique angles black and red shales and quartzites, apparently of somewhat doubtful age. The quality of the ore is said to be good. 13. "Glacial Drift...
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The Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London

Geological Society of London - Geology - 1877
...deposits appear to be of unusual value, and are being prepared for mining-operations. The deposits form a series of veins, cutting at oblique angles black...quartzites, and thrown for a short distance 30 out of an east-and-wcst course by a dyke, apparently a diorite containing talc and serpentine. The first vein...
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Geological Magazine, Volume 2; Volume 4; Volume 14

Geology - 1877
...copper deposits attain their j^reatest development new Lochaber Lake and Poison's Lake, where they form a series of veins, cutting at oblique angles black and red shales and quartzites, apparently of somewhat doubtful age. The quality of the ore is said to be good. 13. " Glacial Drift...
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Annual Report: 1886, Volume 2

Geological Survey of Canada - Geology - 1887
...visit, work having been long suspended at the mines ; but Mr. Gilpin* states that: "the deposit* form a series of veins, cutting at oblique angles black...quartzites, and thrown for a short distance 30 out of an east and west course by a dyke, apparently containing talc and serpentine. "The first vein met going...
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Markland Or Nova Scotia: Its History, Natural Resources and Native Beauties

Robert Randall McLeod - Nova Scotia - 1903 - 603 pages
...county proved to be cupriferous. At Lochaber, on the property controlled by Messrs. McBean, Eraser and others, of New Glasgow, the explorations so far...and quartzites, and thrown for a short distance 30 degrees out of an east-and-west course by a dyke, apparently a diorite containing talc and serpentine....
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1877
...copper deposits attain their greatest development near Lochaber Lake and Poison's Lake, where they form a series of veins cutting at oblique angles black and red shales and quartzites, apparently of somewhat doubtful age. The quality of the ore is said to be good. 13. " Glacial Drift...
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