Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 15612

Property Name Spokane
NAD 83
50° 52' 42.00'' N, 122° 22' 23.00'' W
50.878333, -122.373056
UTM: Easting 544107, Northing 5636482, Zone 10 (North)
NAD 27
50° 52' 42.28'' N, 122° 22' 18.82'' W
50.878411, -122.371894
UTM: Easting 544190, Northing 5636273, Zone 10 (North)
NTS 092J16W
BCGS 092J089
Mining Divisions Lillooet
Mining Camp
Title Geological Report on the Spokane Gold Property, Geology and Diamond Drilling
Report Year 1986
Number of Pages 58
Statements of Work n/a
Affidavit Date 1986-12-10
Off Confidential 1987-12-10
Claims Columbia (L.1122), Golden Stripe (L.1124), Jah 1, Mascot Fr., Shamrock (L.1123), Susan 1
General Work Categories Drilling, Geochemical, Geological, Physical
Operators Enexco International Limited
Julia Res.
Owners Posnikoff, John
Authors Solkoski, L.
Work Done
Drilling Diamond surface 7 hole(s); NQ; 304.9 m
Geochemical Rock 11 sample(s)
Elements Analyzed For Silver, Gold, Bismuth, Copper
Sampling/assaying 41 sample(s)
Elements Analyzed For Multielement
Geological Geological 0.0 ha; Scale(s): 1:1500
Physical Road, local access 6.0 km
Trench 2 trench(es); tren; 80.0 m
Related Report(s) 13182, 11502
File(s) 15612.pdf
Geological Summary
The claims are underlain in part by the Upper Cretaceous Coast Plutonic Complex and volcanic and sedimentary rocks of the Permian-Triassic Bridge River Group. Mineralization of gold tellurides, chalcopyrite, pyrrhotite and pyrite occur in dyke-like and/or gash-type quartz veins. Diamond drilling results suggest that the tenor and grade of mineralization may indicate a potential for economic gold-silver mineralization.