Auld Lang Syne Mine
One source (Castor and Ferdock) place the Auld Lang Syne Mine in the Blue Wing Mountains, where as many other sources place the Auld Lang Syne Mountain south of 80 near Dun Glen.
Carr states that the Auld Lang Syne Mine is definitely not in the Blue Wing Mountains.
- Stephen B. Castor, Gregory C. Ferdock, "Minerals of Nevada," Issue 31, 2004. The citation is "D. Hudson, w.c, 1999", which is presumable Donald Hudson, written communication.
- Unnamed Andalusite occurrence 1, Blue Wing District, Blue Wing Mts, Pershing Co., Nevada, USA," mindat.org. Refers to Castor and Ferdock and states that the location might be in the Sierra Mining District.
- James R. Carr, "Andalusite var. Chiastolite: Blue Wing Mountains, Pershing County, Nevada, Axis, Volume 10, Number 6, 2010."
- GNIS, Auld Lang Syne Mine, South of 80 in the Dun Glen Peak Quad in the Sierra Mining District.
- GNIS, Auld Lang Syne Mill. Citation: "Lincoln, Francis Church. Mining Districts and Mineral Resources of Nevada. Verdi, Nev.: Nevada Newsletter Publishing Co., 1923, 295 pp. Lengthy discussion of mining districts in Nevada, their various names, their history, and their mineral resources. p. 217"
- A. H. Koschmann and M.H. Bergendahl, "Principal Gold Producing Districts Of the United States," Geological Survey Professional Paper Volume 610, 1949. Cites Lincoln.