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The Silver Bell Mine is a former mine located south of the [[Mountain View Exploration Project | Mountain View Mine]] in [[Squaw Valley]].
The Silver Bell Mine is a former mine located south of the [[Mountain View Exploration Project | Mountain View Mine]] in [[Squaw Valley]].


Copper, Gold, Lead, Silver<ref>"[https://mrdata.usgs.gov/mrds/show-mrds.php?dep_id=10296329 Silver Bell Mine]," USGS</ref> and Tungsten were reported
Copper, Gold, Lead, Silver<ref>"[https://mrdata.usgs.gov/mrds/show-mrds.php?dep_id=10296329 Silver Bell Mine]," USGS</ref> and Tungsten were reported.


The Silver Bell Mine is likely part of the [[Deephole Mining District]].
The Silver Bell Mine is likely part of the [[Deephole Mining District]].
In 1919, silver and lead were struck.<ref>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/96381756/rich-ore-found-in-mine-near-gerlach/ Rich Ore Found In Mine Near Gerlach]," Reno Evening Gazette, October 29, 1919.</ref>
In 1925, rich values were reported.<ref>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/96381619/silver-bell-mine/ Local News]," Mason Valley News (Yerington, Nevada),    June 6, 1925, page 4.</ref>


Copper ore shipments from the Silver Bell ended in June 1951.<ref>"[https://www.google.com/books/edition/Minerals_Yearbook/FQBBF7YZ79cC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=%22Silver+Bell+Mine%22+washoe&pg=PA1560&printsec=frontcover Minerals Yearbook]," 1954, USGS</ref>
Copper ore shipments from the Silver Bell ended in June 1951.<ref>"[https://www.google.com/books/edition/Minerals_Yearbook/FQBBF7YZ79cC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=%22Silver+Bell+Mine%22+washoe&pg=PA1560&printsec=frontcover Minerals Yearbook]," 1954, USGS</ref>

Latest revision as of 04:13, 25 February 2022

The Silver Bell Mine is a former mine located south of the Mountain View Mine in Squaw Valley.

Copper, Gold, Lead, Silver[1] and Tungsten were reported.

The Silver Bell Mine is likely part of the Deephole Mining District.

In 1919, silver and lead were struck.[2]

In 1925, rich values were reported.[3]

Copper ore shipments from the Silver Bell ended in June 1951.[4]

References

  1. "Silver Bell Mine," USGS
  2. "Rich Ore Found In Mine Near Gerlach," Reno Evening Gazette, October 29, 1919.
  3. "Local News," Mason Valley News (Yerington, Nevada), June 6, 1925, page 4.
  4. "Minerals Yearbook," 1954, USGS

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