Photo - Prospectors would forge the Salmon River Valley to the Troy claims
The property is at the southeast corner of the present Summit Lake and now consists of one located claim held by H. Swan, of Stewart.
The Granduc road cuts through the claim and clearly exposes the main mineralization, which comprises a quartz-sulphide fissure vein about 3 feet wide by 70 feet long in red and green lower Bowser sandstones and conglomerates.
The veins on the claim are steep and lenticular. They trend north-westerly and enclose erratic silver-bearing galena, sphalerite, tetrahedrite, chalco-pyrite, and pyrite.
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