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O'Connor Creek Mine Portfolio : Claims for sale

This mine / prospect project is located between Old Murphy Dome Road and Goldstream road just North of Fairbanks . These nine 40 acre claim blocks have a history of gold production dating back to 1908.



I have lots of research compiled on this property
These are State mining claims. Please feel free to look them up on Alaska Mapper.



The prospective buyer is purchasing a placer deposit with lode rock leverage. Please read below

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O'Connor Creek Mine, Inactive
Record FB072 - [View this location using Google Earth]Commodities and mineralogy
Main commodities Au
Ore minerals Gold
Geographic location of the site
District Fairbanks
Quadrangle map, 1:250,000-scale FB
Quadrangle map, 1:63,360-scale D-2
Latitude 64.969
Longitude 147.858
Location and accuracy The O'Connor Creek mine is located in the S1/2 sec. 25, T. 2 N., R. 2 W., Fairbanks Meridian. The location given is the approximate center of a placered area one-mile long on O'Connor Creek; the area extends from about 1,800 feet upstream from the mouth of Monte Cristo Creek to about 700 feet below the mouth of Hattie Creek. The mined area south of the Old Murphy Dome Road and 7 miles west-northwest of Fox. The mine is locality 50 of Cobb (1972 [MF 410]).
Geologic setting of the deposit
Geologic description The ridges surrounding O'Connor Creek are composed of quartz-muscovite schist, quartzite, and chlorite-quartz schist (Newberry and others, 1996). Prospecting was reported as early as 1907, but the auriferous gravel was about 100 to 130 feet deep and not much work was completed (Prindle, 1908). About 55 ounces of gold worth $1,000 was mined in 1907 (Prindle and Katz, 1913, p. 106). There has been mining on the creek in recent years, but there is little record of it.
Mineral deposit model Placer Au (Cox and Singer, 1986; model 39a)
Mineral deposit model number 39a
Age of mineralization Quaternary placer.
Production and reserves
Workings or exploration Prospecting was reported as early as 1907, but the auriferous gravels were 100 to 130 feet deep and not much work was completed (Prindle, 1908). There has been mining on the creek in recent years, but there is little record of it.
Indication of production Yes; small
Production notes About 55 ounces of gold worth $1,000 was mined in 1907 (Prindle and Katz, 1913, p. 106). There has been mining on the creek in recent years, but there is little record of it.
References in other databases and published literature
MRDS Number A015326
Primary reference Cobb, 1976 (OFR 76-662)
References Cobb, E.H., 1972, Metallic mineral resources map of the Fairbanks quadrangle, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF-410, 1 sheet, scale 1:250,000.
Cobb, E.H., 1976, Summary of references to mineral occurrences (other than mineral fuels and construction materials) in the Fairbanks quadrangle, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 76-662, 174 p.
Newberry, R.J., Bundtzen, T.K., Clautice, K.C., Combellick, R.A., Douglas, T., Laird, G.M., Liss, S.A., Pinney, D.S., Reifenstuhl, R.R., and Solie, D.N., 1996, Preliminary geologic map of the Fairbanks mining district, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys Public Data File 96-16, 17 p., 2 sheets, scale 1:63,360.
Prindle, L.M., 1908, The Fairbanks and Rampart quadrangles, Yukon-Tanana region, Alaska, with a section on the Rampart placers, by F.L. Hess, and a paper on the water supply of the Fairbanks region, by C.C. Covert: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 337, 102 p.
Prindle, L.M., and Katz, F.J., 1913, Detailed description of the Fairbanks district, in Prindle, L.M., A geologic reconnaissance of the Fairbanks quadrangle, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 525, p. 59-152.

Database entry and update information
Reporters J.R. Guidetti Schaefer and C.J. Freeman (Avalon Development Corporation)
Reporter affiliation Avalon Development Corporation
Last report date 7/31/2001

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Unnamed (Hattie Creek)Prospect, Inactive
Record FB071 - [View this location using Google Earth]
Commodities and mineralogy
Main commodities
Au
Ore minerals
Gold
Geographic location of the site
District
Fairbanks
Quadrangle map, 1:250,000-scale
FB

Quadrangle map, 1:63,360-scale
D-2
Latitude
64.984
Longitude
147.879
Location and accuracy
The exact location of this prospect in the Hattie Creek drainage is unknown, but it is presumed to be north of the creek where a small igneous body is mapped at the coordinates given. Hattie Creek is a tributary of O'Connor Creek about 7 miles west-northwest of Fox ; the prospect is shown on the south side of the Old Murphy Dome road in the SE1/4 sec. 23, T. 2 N., R. 2 W., Fairbanks Meridian.
Geologic setting of the deposit
Geologic description
This prospect consists of a gold-bearing igneous body that has been mapped by Newberry and others (1996) as a Cretaceous altered dike. This map unit contains altered quartz porphyry, tonalite, granodiorite, and undifferentiated mafic dikes. Grateful Dog Mining investigated this igneous body by drilling and using geochemical and magnetometer techniques (Bundtzen and others, 1990, p. 12). These investigations resulted in the definition of anomalous thorium, niobium, tantalum, and rare-earth elements in stockwork-like fissures in metaplutonic(?) rocks of the area (Bundtzen and others, 1987, p. 8).
Mineral deposit model
Gold-bearing intrusive
Alteration of deposit
Cretaceous dike is altered and iron-stained.
Production and reserves
Workings or exploration
In 1988 and 1989, Grateful Dog Mining investigated an igneous body using geochemical, magnetometer, and electromagnetic techniques, and also dug test pits and drilling it (Bundtzen and others, 1987, p. 8; Bundtzen and others, 1990, p. 12).
Indication of production
None
References in other databases and published literature
MRDS Number
10307441

Primary reference
Bundtzen and others, 1990
References
• Bundtzen, T.K., Green, C.B., Deagen, J.R., and Daniels, C.L., 1987, Alaska's mineral industry, 1986: Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys Special Report 40, 68 p.
• Bundtzen, T.K., Swainbank, R.C., Deagen, J.R., Moore, J.L., 1990 , Alaska's Mineral Industry 1989: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, Special Report 44, 100 p.
• Newberry, R.J., Bundtzen, T.K., Clautice, K.C., Combellick, R.A., Douglas, T., Laird, G.M., Liss, S.A., Pinney, D.S., Reifenstuhl, R.R., and Solie, D.N., 1996, Preliminary geologic map of the Fairbanks mining district, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys Public Data File 96-16, 17 p., 2 sheets, scale 1:63,360.
Database entry and update information
Reporters
J.R. Guidetti Schaefer and C.J. Freeman (Avalon Development Corporation)
Reporter affiliation
Avalon Development Corporation
Last report date
7/31/2001
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Kringle

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Re: For Sale: 8 Claims Historic O'Conner Creek Mine



Below is a portion of map from Prindle 1908
The diggings are shown in Red on the "X" at the base of the trail.




Below is a near infarred airphoto showing approximate location of the miner's cabin
Well head and location of site" Love" a cold war Nike missle installation



O’Conner Ck. Cabin, 13 June 2009, 11:58 am
06W0459596 UTM 7205228
This is an early miner’s cabin or bunk house. There are 2 cabins, one log cabin with a tin roof and an 2nd plywood cabin attached to the log cabin. Both cabin could be renovated. The cabins are in the vicinity of the old diggings.


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Re: For Sale: 8 Claims Historic O'Conner Creek Mine


Also at this coordinate location to the NW of the log cabin is a boiler used for steaming. The boiler is located in a dilapidated cabin foundation.


To the north west of the boiler foundation is an excavated trench about 30yds. long x
15yds.wide. It appears that the loess overburdened has been skinned back . There is remnant cribbing at this location. The trench has since over vegetated with alders.



Hattie well house, 14-June-2009, 17:31 pm.
06W 0459090 UTM 7205487. This collapsed structure has a cemented foundation and a couple of large water tanks. This well house possibly pumped water to the abandoned Norad/ Nike complex (Love Site) on top of of the Murphy Dome Rd. ridge?

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Geophysics

Here are the magnetics and electrical resistivity maps over the claims:












  
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Re: Geology

Below is a geologic map by Rainer newberry.



These claims although they are placer , there is a possiblity of there being a lode on the property. There is altered Intrusive Igneous dike float in one of the drainages, and on the pump trail I found a quartz vein rock with stibnite in/on it.

Your load leverage is the fact that these claims are located almost adjacent to the "Our Creek Property"
just south of the Our Creek Property
is located the O'Conner Creek mining claim blocks

Click on The Our Creek Project, Prospectus and Recommendation

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The Our Creek Portfolio

It is very important that you click on the link above . You will be downloading a adobe file which is a geologic report done by that outfit which outlines the geology and field work done by Goldstone Resources LLC. In the location just north of Hattie and O'Conner ck.
There are a couple of geologic and geophysical maps of the Murphy Dome area in this report which show high gold , arsenic, and antimony in their sampling
Please take a look.


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What is my asking Price?

For all 8 claims I am asking $49,000 US. OBO for all 8, 40 acre blocks. Claims will not be parceled out or split up.

There are 9 claim blocks. OC #9 will be thrown in at the same cost pending DNR's approval of my ownership on this block.

You are welcome to drive out to the claims and sample, and I will answer any questions you may have as long as I am in town.

Beware: This mine has a history of production. As my sampling progresses through September and into next year on this property, the cost of these claims will go up to cover my rental fees, fieldwork, and sampling costs.


I will consider a leasing option to a miner who is geared up with proper equipment and can present me with a mining plan which suggests he has given the ground and capital risk assessment a thorough comprehention .
You may reach me via e-mail
kringle@alaska.net or private message me on this board

Bill Bohan aka Kringle
You can also correspond with me on facebook.





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GPS Coordinates

GPS Points of Interest, Initial Recon


Corner post OCM7SE, 14-June-2009-12:23 pm.
06W0459300 UTM 7204629, Cribbed shaft 10yds east of this corner post.

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Locations of Vertical Shafts and excavation pits :
Shafts and excavations will be sampled for gold and gold indicators.

Shaft 1: 13-June- 2009, 14:54,06W0459913 UTM 7205370. There is a filled in shaft at this location.

Shaft 2 : 13-June-2009, 20:35,06W0459027 UTM 7205003. Miner’s shaft

Shaft 3: 13- June-2009, 20:38,06W0459082 UTM 7205007. Shaft location

Shaft 4: 19 -June-2009, 13:04,06W0459472 UTM 7205151. Shaft location.




Shaft 5/excavation: 22 -June-2009, 06W0460517 UTM 7205424. Huge aggressively excavated shaft. Water filled. Possibly excavated with a backhoe. Panned a one gallon bag of gravels from pile heep and panned a significant amount of clay, Quartz vein and/or schist rock fragments. Some of the qtz. veining is highly mineralized. Panned mineral concentrates include: zircons, epidote/hornblende, hematite boytroids, magnetite stibnite, pyrite, phyrrotite, and gold (microscopic).

Shaft 6/ excavation: 25-June-2009, 16:21, 06W 0459899 UTM 7205363

OC tail pile: 14-June-2009, 06W0459062 UTM 7205498 . Tail pile grown over with vegetation.

Coupled down irrigation pipe 25-June-2009, 16:44 06W0459696 UTM 7205344
This pipe is coupled from three feet diameter down to about 8 in. diameter. The pipe is 15 yds long and comes from an excavated reservoir. The reservoir is about 20 yds wide by 40 yds long and is hidden in the alders. There are excavated piles pushed up around this pond. There are no rocks in these piles as the piles are made from loess overburden, (see map for loess description). The pipe and welding look pre 1940s.

Backhoed Excavation pit 1, 25-June- 2009 , 15:47, 06W0460339 UTM 7205379
Prospect pit done by excavator. Needs sampling.

Excavation pit 2, 25-June-2009, 15:52, 06W 0460239 UTM 7205410
Old backhoed prospect pit. Needs sampling

Excavation pit 3, 25-June-2009, 06W 0459893 UTM 7205376
Old backhoed prospect pit. Needs sampling
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Reference List

O’Conner and Hattie Reference list:

Burns, L.E., Fugro Airborne Surveys Corp., and Stevens Exploration Management Corp., 2004, Total magnetic field of the Fairbanks mining district, interior Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Geophysical Report 2004-1-1A, 2 sheets, scale 1:63,360
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Burns, L.E., Fugro Airborne Surveys Corp., and Stevens Exploration Management Corp., 2004, 7200 Hz coplanar apparent resistivity of the Fairbanks mining district, interior Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Geophysical Report 2004-1-2A, 2 sheets, scale 1:63,360.

Burns, L.E., Fugro Airborne Surveys Corp., and Stevens Exploration Management Corp., 2004, 900 Hz coplanar apparent resistivity of the Fairbanks mining district, interior Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Geophysical Report 2004-1-3A, 2 sheets, scale 1:63,360.

• Bundtzen, T.K., Green, C.B., Deagen, J.R., and Daniels, C.L., 1987, Alaska's mineral industry, 1986: Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys Special Report 40, 68 p.
• Bundtzen, T.K., Swainbank, R.C., Deagen, J.R., Moore, J.L., 1990 , Alaska's Mineral Industry 1989: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, Special Report 44, 100 p.
• Clautice K.H. 1983, Upper O’Conner Creek Geochemical Survey, Fairbanks Quadrangle , PDF 84-10 Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys
• Cobb, E.H., 1972, Metallic mineral resources map of the Fairbanks quadrangle, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF-410, 1 sheet, scale 1:250,000.
• Cobb, E.H., 1976, Summary of references to mineral occurrences (other than mineral fuels and construction materials) in the Fairbanks quadrangle, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 76-662, 174 p.
• Freeman C.J. (Avalon Development Corp.) and Schaffer Guiedetti J.R. 2001, USGS Spatial data base available on internet
• Grateful Dog Mining , McPherson Roger
• Newberry, R.J., Bundtzen, T.K., Clautice, K.C., Combellick, R.A., Douglas, T., Laird, G.M., Liss, S.A., Pinney, D.S., Reifenstuhl, R.R., and Solie, D.N., 1996, Preliminary geologic map of the Fairbanks mining district, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys Public Data File 96-16, 17 p., 2 sheets, scale 1:63,360.
• Prindle, L.M., 1908, The Fairbanks and Rampart quadrangles, Yukon-Tanana region, Alaska, with a section on the Rampart placers, by F.L. Hess, and a paper on the water supply of the Fairbanks region, by C.C. Covert: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 337, 102 p.
• Prindle, L.M., and Katz, F.J., 1913, Detailed description of the Fairbanks district, in Prindle, L.M., A geologic reconnaissance of the Fairbanks quadrangle, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 525, p. 59-152.
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Nike Missle Site

Below is a Nike Rocket being fired from Site "Love" on Murphy dome ridge above Hattie and O'Conner Creek.During the duration of the cold war, mining on O'Conner may have stopped due to the Military Sensitivity of computer tracking. Surface to air radar would be in conflict with ground hammering mining equipment.




link:
Site" LOVE"

This is as close as it comes to owning your own cold war SAM site.
Go back up to the near infrarred airphoto. The military installation is in the upper left hand corner of that picture.
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Modern Day Prospecting Book

Below is a book written by Roger Mcpherson

Modern Prospecting: How to Find Claim and Sell Mineral Deposits

I am recommending this book for you to read. It is worded in common man lecture and is very understandable. But better yet Mcpherson was the owner of the Grateful dog claims and the Love Site claims during the eighties and nineties.
The book references and gives information about Hattie and O'conner creek were a portion of his Love site and Grateful dog claims were located. Lets check out the record below.








Roger Mcpherson still has claims on O'conner Ck. They appear to be placer catch blocks (See Alaska Mapper).
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Land south and west of the claims is owned by the municipality.
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Directions to access Claims

From Fox head north on the Elliot Hwy about 4miles. You will be climbing a hill. At the top of the hill you turn left on Old Murphy Dome Rd. You will then drive about 7 miles on old Murphy Dome Rd. It is a well maintained gravel road.

Turn left on Hattie Creek Rd. If you miss Hattie Ck. road you will run into a culdesac dead end. (The road does continue but it is not maintained).
Making a left on Hattie Ck. road , take Hattie down hill and make a left on Demarcation Drive.

Demarcation Drive dead ends into a culdesac. You can turn around here and drive about 200 yds back up the road and park at the trail head. I would walk the trail first or take an ATV before using the truck on the trail. It is drivable but the alders will scratch your paint job up.
Here is a map below.



There is a power line going down Murphy Dome road, but I am not sure this subdivision is completely connected to it?


  
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A realtor's reality Check

Here is a Remax Realtor's cost for a 5.8 acre lot in the O'Conner Creek Subdivision. This is the lot at 2124 Determination Drive (see map)

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Real Estate vs. Mining Claim Costs


5.8 acres vs. 320 acres....... plus as owner of the O'Conner Ck. mine.
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mining claims for sale or lease

Mining claims for sale
lease with option to own. Serious inquiries only.
kringle@alaska.net
ph. 1-(907)-590-1489 cell
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9 claims that are 40 acre claim blocks
Asking $9000 for all OBO
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The day two Swindlers met/ History of O"Conner Creek mine


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O'Connor Creek Mine Portfolio for sale

Somebody contacted me about this block of claims

  
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spaced reserved for new concepts
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O'Conor Creek Mine is 4 miles from Fairbanks and has road access

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have you ever found much gold there it seems to be very deep and exspensive to retrieve?

  
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yes, we have found visible gold on several of the prospect pits. It is a deeper placer but a D-8 would have no problem
Also there are shallower benches. Portions of the placer are eluvial.

This property is an extention of this deposit or visa versa read link:


Asking $1500 per claim block. OC9 was filed in a mineral closing order. It was a Mineral opening Order when I staked it. It is a contentious subject which I am still investigating.
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Dang good idea for trying to sell mining claims!
Geo Jim

  
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Sorry,I know its an old thread but I am trying to get a CD of this for a client.

  

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