Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 17114

Property Name Cunningham Creek
NAD 83
52° 53' 00.00'' N, 121° 20' 05.00'' W
52.883333, -121.334722
UTM: Easting 612054, Northing 5860591, Zone 10 (North)
NAD 27
52° 53' 00.19'' N, 121° 20' 00.76'' W
52.883385, -121.333545
UTM: Easting 612137, Northing 5860381, Zone 10 (North)
NTS 093A14W
BCGS 093A084
Mining Divisions Cariboo
Mining Camp Cariboo - Barkerville Camp
Title 1987 Cunningham Creek Property Report
Report Year 1988
Number of Pages 167
Statements of Work n/a
Affidavit Date 1987-07-09
Off Confidential 1988-07-09
Claims Mineral Lease M32
General Work Categories Drilling, Geochemical, Geological, Geophysical, Physical
Operators Cathedral Gold Corp.
Owners Cathedral Gold Corp.
Authors Delancey, Peter
MINFILE Nos 093A 071, 093A 093
Commodities Gold
Work Done
Drilling Diamond surface 12 hole(s); NQ; 1098.4 m; No. of maps: 7; Scale(s): 1:250
Geochemical Rock 484 sample(s)
Elements Analyzed For Multielement
Soil 940 sample(s); No. of maps: 5; Scale(s): 1:1000
Elements Analyzed For Multielement
Geological Geological 150.0 ha; No. of maps: 5; Scale(s): 1:1000, 1:5000
Geophysical Magnetic, ground 9.1 km; No. of maps: 7; Scale(s): 1:1000
Physical Line/grid 28.0 km
Related Report(s)
File(s) 17114.pdf
Geological Summary
Interbedded quartzites, sericite schists, limestones and chlorite schists striking northwest and dipping 70-80 degrees northeast are cut by several systems of auriferous quartz veins. The roughly parallel trending Shasta, Hudson and 605 veins occupy steeply dipping faults. Gold mineralization is associated with sulphides, mostly pyrite, and is concentrated along steeply plunging ore shoots. Preliminary results indicate that massive pyritic "replacement" deposits, similar to those at Wells, may occur along a limestone horizon.